Transport for Wales presents an excellent opportunity for Welsh SMEs to tender for business, their sustainable and ethical approach puts people first and contributes to their long-term sustainability.
In line with the Welsh Government’s objectives outlined in the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act;
- HR, Modern Slavery, Diversity, Equal Opportunities, Zero Hours Contracts and Ethical Resourcing will be key supply-chain requirements.
- Sustainability, Minimisation of Waste, Forest Stewardship and De-carbonisation will be key supply-chain requirements.
Business Wales offers a fully funded, HR & Sustainability Essentials Workshop, to help you prepare and enhance your chances of winning those tenders.
We will provide a background to the Future Generations (Wales) Act to enable you to better align appropriate responses to tender Pre-Qualification Questions on:
- The Code of Practice on Ethical Employment in Supply Chains, followed by practical exercises and action plans to help you improve your Employment Practices and will cover topics such as the Living Wage, Anti- Bribery and Modern Slavery.
Sustainability, followed by practical exercises and action plans to help you improve your sustainable performance and promote your company’s corporate and social responsibility.
** Please note, we are unable to accept the following: **
No more than 1 delegate per business at this event
No Businesses with more than 250 Employees (SME’S Only)
** If you are living outside of Wales but are intending to set up a business in Wales, you will be accepted onto our Workshops **
WHEN:17th July 2019 – 09:30 – 16:00
WHERE:Bangor – Bangor University, Neuadd Reichel