Published in July 2012, ISO 20121:2012, full name being Event Sustainability Management Systems – Requirements with Guidance for Use, maintains that businesses should adhere to the three dimensions that reflect sustainability – economic, environmental, and social – at all stages of the business’ supply chain.
All events consume a significant amount of resources, with the pressure of water and energy usage contributing to waste and the generation of large amounts of greenhouse gas emissions, leaving behind a carbon footprint. ISO 20121 aims to reduce the negative impacts produced from the running of an event through improved planning and purchases. It provides assistance in identifying key issues, and supporting all parties involved in the organisation of an event in setting targets, creating action plans, monitoring and measuring steps taken, and pursuing continual improvement.
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Management Systems alone won’t add any value to your business or your staff. Although, if a Management System is designed to fit into the existing operations of the business, and with input from the expected staff who will be using the system, then you will start seeing improvement.
Depending on the type of Management System and what standards it is designed to comply with, you can expect the following improvements:
These are some of the benefits of a Management System although there are many more that an organisation can achieve if it adopts the system into its core operations.