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QEII Centre, Westminster, London - 12th December 2022

Responsible Supply Chain Management:
The Correct Approach

A workshop brought to you by

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Human rights, environmental and economic due diligence is increasingly becoming a mandated norm. New legal requirements around this are worrying businesses of all sizes. But where do you start? What is the minimum standard for Responsible Business Conduct that you need to meet? Which team members need to work on this? And how can you most efficiently go about it? We have got you covered!

Join IMPA ACT and sustainability consultancies Global CSR and Alexony for a one-day workshop on Responsible Business Conduct.

The workshop, created and principally delivered by Sune Skadegaard Thorsen, will teach participants how to develop their commitment to respect human rights, environment and the economy, conduct their regular operational-level due diligence, and ensure their responsibility in business relationships (customers and suppliers).


Date: Monday, Monday, 12 December 2022, 09:00 - 16:30 (lunch included)

Study Mode: QEII Centre, London, UK (please note the session will be recorded and accessible on demand after the workshop by all participants)

Price: £500 per person | 3 for 2 discount available | IMPA ACT members get 10% off


‍Here's what is covered during the workshop:

  1. What are the minimum requirements to Responsible Business Conduct (RBC)? Understanding the UN Guiding Principles and the OECD Guidelines on which IMPA ACT has based its Code of Conduct.

  2. How does the minimum standard for RBC relate to the wider field of CSR or CR or Corporate Sustainability, including the SDGs and the UN Global Compact?

  3. What are the requirements to your company's commitment? The key elements of a Policy Commitment.

  4. What is social, environmental and economic due diligence? How to document it using the csrCloud, the new online platform for all-in-one CSR Due Diligence tool.

  5. What to do in your company on a Monday? Starting up the due diligence work for the company.

  6. How do you manage your responsibility in business relationships, including suppliers?

  7. How can IMPA ACT help you meet the minimum standard for Responsible Business Conduct and work with your suppliers towards doing the same?

Find out more here.


It is highly encouraged that companies wishing to participate send at least two representatives. Upon completion of the course, all participants will receive a digital Certificate of Attendance within 7 working days, confirming they have learned about the importance and mechanisms of aligning their company's practice with internationally-endorsed standards for business and human rights.


Please sign up below and our team will send you a confirmation soon. 

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Workshop Terms and Conditions
• Upon confirming the number of places you would like to secure, you will receive an invoice from the International Marine Purchasing Association (“IMPA”, “we” or “us”) that is payable within 30 days. However, if the booking is made within 30 days of the course, payment is required sooner, so that it is received before the workshop takes place.
• Please note that in the event of the workshop not taking place due to circumstances that cannot be helped by IMPA, all attendees who signed up and paid will receive a full refund.
• We reserve the right to cancel the workshop should there be an insufficient number of attendees, but no less than 30 days before the event. In this case, all participants will receive a full refund.
• Refunds cannot be made for cancellations made by attendees less than 30 days before the event. All fees are forfeited thereafter.
• Please note that all actions, including bookings and cancellations, will only take effect once confirmation is received in writing.

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