Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Green Supply Chain Management / WSQ Implement Sustainable Manufacturing

Dear Sir/Madam,
Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) is seen as a modern concept of management practices attempting to integrate environmental concerns to all stages up and down the supply chain. In a globalised market, the environmental performance criteria extends beyond the single firm to its entire supply chain network across national borders.
This course aims to identify critical success factors and propose a framework for creating successful GSCM practices in a country with an emerging environmental sensitivity. Best practices, legal implications and performance measurements are illustrated at each stage of the supply chain.
Shippers (retailers and manufacturers), 3PLs, Manufacturers, Freight Forwarders, Consultants and Technology Solutions companies, who are taking charge or involved in greening their operations. ?/B>
VP Supply Chains/ Logistics/ Transportations
Health, Safety & Environment Directors
Heads Of Environment & Sustainability
Energy/ Engineering Managers
Directors Of CSR
Carbon Footprint Advisors
Directors Of Sustainable Development
Heads Of Sustainability
Managers Of Supply Chain
Facilities Managers
Data Centre Suppliers
3PL Executives
Port Authority Executives
Technology Developers
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Course Date: Friday, 17 February 2012
Time: 9am to 5pm
Venue: 2 Bukit Merah Central, SPRING Singapore Building, Singapore 159835
Course Fee: S$250 (inclusive of 7% GST)
1. Introduction to Green Supply Chain
- Define what is Green Supply Chain
- Identify key elements of Green Supply Chain
2. Green Design
- Identify Green Design initiatives
- Design for Environment (DfE)
- Examples on Green Design
3. Green Purchasing
- Identify Green Purchasing initiatives
- Green Purchasing Best Practices
- Examples on Green Purchasing
4. Green Production
- Identify Green Production initiatives
- Green SCOR and MFCA
- Examples on Green Purchasing
5. Green Warehousing
- Identify Green Warehousing initiatives
- Green Warehouse and packaging
- Examples on Green Warehousing
6. Green Transportation
- Identify Green Transportation initiatives
- Carbon footprint and Carbon emission
- Examples on Green Transportation
7. Green Return
- Identify Green Return initiatives
- Reverse Logistics
- Examples on Reverse logistics
Modern manufacturing consumes a large amount of resources, generates waste, and pollutes the natural environment. In Singapore, as companies embark on their Corporate and Social Responsibilities (CSR), implementing sustainable manufacturing has become a natural progression. There have also been more greeninitiatives urged for the companies, to movetowards acclaiming Green Labeling and Environmental Achievement Awards.
WSQ Implement Sustainable Manufacturing is one of the Specialisation Electives that leads to the award of WSQ Statement of Attainment (SOA) in Generic Manufacturing Skills (Manufacturing Excellence).

Buyers and Supervisors, whose
actions and decisions have impacts
on Materials, Energy, Emission and Toxic Waste
Course Outline
Formulate Manufacturing Strategy
Apply the Sustainable Framework for the Management of Operations
Evaluate Operations Systems Involving Production and Environmental Impact Objectives
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Course Date: Thurs, 16-17 February 2012
Time: 9am to 6pm
Venue: 2 Bukit Merah Central, SPRING Singapore Building, Singapore 159835
Course Fee: S$154.08 (inclusive of 7% GST and Government Funding for Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents only)


Contact: Rayson Lee
Telephone: (65) 6826 3086/3100
Fax: (65) 6826 3021

1 comment:

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