Stakeholders are those that have some sort of influence, involvement, concern, investment, interest or view in your business or operations. We can help you identify and map your key stakeholders. Understanding stakeholder views, interests and concerns helps you be better prepared and able to work through any issues before they become problems. It can also identify if there are any synergies to take advantage of together.
Cress can help you design a range of stakeholder consultation programs to get to know your key stakeholders, understand their perspectives and concerns as well as identify areas of potential collaboration. Cress can help you establish and build relationships with community, employees, regulators and other stakeholders.
Sometimes, the development assessment process can be affected by unexpected delays. A range of technical, communication or stakeholder issues may be involved. Whatever the issue, Cress can help equip you with the right information and strategy.
The integrity and resilience of your supply chain is important for cost control and business continuity but it’s also important to understand the sustainability aspects of your supply chain to reduce environmental, social and reputational risks. Cress can undertake a sustainability assessment and review of your supply chains providing greater peace of mind.
The pathway to sustainability frequently starts with procurement. It makes sense to focus on the supply chain given that 80 to 90% of carbon emissions, impacts on air, land, water and biodiversity can occur in the supply chain.
Sometimes called ethical or responsible sourcing, sustainable procurement describes the process of integrating environmental and social considerations into the procurement process to reduce the cost and risk associated with adverse impacts on health, social conditions or the environment. Aligning sustainable procurement with your business objectives, designing and implementing sustainable procurement policy and working with suppliers to set goals and establish baselines are just some of the ways Cress can help your business become more sustainable and reduce risk.
Modern slavery is the serious exploitation of other people for personal or commercial gain. The Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Commonwealth and NSW) requires certain entities to prepare a Statement on Modern Slavery. While few businesses would knowingly deal with suppliers that use exploitative practices, we share a collective responsibility to assess modern slavery risk. As sustainability specialists, Cress is ideally positioned to identify the risk of modern slavery occurring in your operations and supply chains and help you identify actions to address the risk.