We would like to invite you to an (online) information meeting on Tuesday September 19th from 15:00 to 16:30. In this meeting we offer you (if there is sufficient interest) to participate in a joint NAG pilot with an analysis and reporting method for the sustainability of business processes. The NAG wants to help its members with this to prepare for the legislation (2024) and requirements that customers will set for reports on the sustainability of business processes. In addition, we are happy to update you on the reporting requirements that are already being imposed on the larger companies. See also the attached status update from the SIG Sustainability for more information (in Dutch).
EU regulations and requirements of aircraft manufacturers in the field of sustainability of business processes will become stricter in the coming years - mandatory impact reports and continuous improvement actions:
- Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gases (GHG)
- Water pollution, noise nuisance, scarce use of raw materials/recycling.
This will become a selection criterion for new contracts from Airbus and Boeing; they are also held accountable for this. We already see this with major suppliers such as GKN. But KLM and Schiphol are also called to account by authorities and their environment. That will also affect their supply chains.
And energy consumption is already an issue from a business economic perspective.
Welcome and introduction by Jan Verbeek, vice-chairman NAG, Partner Knowledgement & Innovation ADSE
Presentation by Michiel Jas, Global Director of Sustainability at GKN Aerospace
- Update on the reporting requirements that are already being imposed on the larger companies. What does this mean for smaller companies/SME’s? What is the need for reporting from the perspective of government, regulations and customers? What is expected of suppliers?
Presentation by Marc Herberigs, Sustainability Consultant at Stichting Stimular
- Proposal of a joint NAG pilot with an analysis and reporting method for the sustainability of business processes.
- Short explanation of the envirometer (Milieubarometer), an online monitoring and reporting tool
Presentation by Henk van Bremen, occupational health and safety and environmental coordinator NLR
- Example of how the envirometer can benefit you as a company. From first footprint to climate neutral.
Time for questions
- What information do you still need to join the pilot?
End of meeting
- Participation is free of charge. During the meeting you will hear what it will cost you to participate in the pilot.
We hope to welcome you to the online information meeting on September 19th.