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CIPS Seminar Series - Modern Slavery

Thursday, 24 June 2021 - CIPS VIRTUAL PLATFORM

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Even with best intentions and a clear policy in place, organisations great and small can be caught off guard by the discovery of human rights abuses in their supply chains. Common factors include a lack of visibility deep into the supply chain, complacency, reputation risk and a breakdown in relationships. We talk to a panel of experts on taking responsibility for our supply chains, as well as treating modern slavery as business risk, and incentivising suppliers to compliance.  

Thank you to our sponsor Avetta for supporting this series. 

    Programme

    TimeTitleSpeaker
    12:00Welcome
    12:05Interview with Avetta's Global Lead – EHS & SustainabilityMike Ford and Emma Scott
    12:15Facilitated Panel DiscussionAll speakers
    12:45Audience Q&AAll speakers
    12:55Closing Remarks
    13:00Event Close

    Audience

    This is an exclusive Seminar for CIPS members.

    Speakers

    Mike Ford (MSc; MSc; MCIPS; CMIOSH; FIIRSM; FRSPH)

    Mike Ford (MSc; MSc; MCIPS; CMIOSH; FIIRSM; FRSPH)

    Global Lead – EHS & SustainabilityAvetta

    A Chartered safety and supply chain professional with 30 years’ experience in HSEQ and ethical sourcing and CSR audits. As Global Lead for Avetta  Mike works with global enterprise clients developing  and managing global multi-disciplinary supply chain risk and evaluation programmes with direct and in direct suppliers in Western Africa / APAC / Canada / Scandinavia / UK and Mainland Europe). He acts as an international subject matter expert on behalf of the prestigious Campbell Institute.  He has two post graduate master’s degrees in Occupational Health and Safety Management and Procurement and Supply Chain Management.

    Eirini Etoimou

    Eirini Etoimou

    Group Procurement Manager, EuropeOdeon Cinemas Group

    Eirini Etoimou is Chair of the Manchester branch of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply. She is an executive with more than 15 years’ experience in global, senior management positions. Eirini holds a MSc in Procurement, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, MBA in Leadership and Sustainability and speaks four languages. She participates as a guest speaker at universities and at UK and international conferences as a passionate advocate of human rights and specialises in leadership and sustainability. Additionally, Eirini contributes with content about leadership, business strategy, sustainability, procurement strategy and other business topics in academic journals and via social media and online business magazines. Eirini also acts as a volunteer consultant for institutions, supporting them to set their strategic plans.

    Alice Hands

    Head of Ethical and Sustainable ProcurementSir Robert McAlpine

    Clare Jones

    Group Procurement DirectorMace
    Emma Scott

    Emma Scott

    Representation ManagerCIPS

    Emma is responsible for content development, supporting Supply Management magazine, CIPS campaigns and content for the global awards and conference portfolio. Emma has been leading on campaigns such as modern slavery, women in procurement leadership and the profession of choice project to encourage young people into a career in procurement.

    Ceri Jones

    Ceri Jones

    EditorSM Magazine

    Ceri Jones is the Editor of Supply Management. She leads procurement and supply chain news and analysis across all of the brand's channels, including print, digital and audio.

    Venue

    Thursday 24 Jun - CIPS VIRTUAL PLATFORM

    CIPS Virtual Platform
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