Minimising risk through responsible sourcing. A handbook ...
Minimising risk through responsible sourcing. A handbook for the construction industry (C767D)

Please note, this publication is available as a PDF download only and is not available in printed form. Orders will be processed by CIRIA and a link will be sent by email for customers to use to download their report.

SME organisations (enterprises which employ fewer than 250 persons and which have an annual turnover not exceeding 50 million euro) can purchase copies of this publication at the reduced member rate. Orders can be made over the phone with a card (0207 549 3300) or by email (enquiries@ciria.org).

This handbook is a practical reference on responsible sourcing for construction and civil engineering projects, within both public and private sectors. It provides the reader with easy to follow and practical information about the impacts associated with the sourcing of products and labour. It is primarily intended for use by category managers, suppliers, and procurement professionals, but will be helpful for many other roles associated with specification and purchasing, and sustainability management.

Much of the handbook is dedicated to a set of ´product sheets’ focusing on the most widely-used products in the industry. These sheets are arranged so that it is easy to understand the potential impacts within a product’s supply chain. Organisations should use this handbook as guidance on the complex social and environmental impacts within the supply chain of products and labour purchased within the industry.

ISBN: 978-0-86017-782-1
Author: Nicholson, I, King, E, Edwards, P, Upstill-Goddard, J, Seghal, S
Number of pages: 155 (PDF)
Publisher: CIRIA
Date of Publication: June 2017


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