Maintenance Webinar CSRD Roadshow MANUFACTURING
February 29 @ 12:55 pm - 2:00 pm
Invitation | Maintenance Webinar CSRD Roadshow MANUFACTURING
Thursday 29 February | Online
CSRD in short
Although the precise contents of the guideline are still indistinct, the core is clear. Companies will have to take drastic responsibilities for what happens in their chain. The aim is for them to invest more consciously and thus contribute to a green, fair world where it is sustainable to live and work for everyone. Reporting on Sustainability goals is new for many companies and informationsystems are often not yet set up for it. The CSRD roughly comprises three pillars: ‘Environment’, ‘Social’ and ‘Governance’. Abbreviated as ESG.
The EU directive requires companies with an annual turnover of €40 million to report on the ESG themes most relevant to them. The larger the company, the greater the reporting burden. Reporting consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
But the guideline is also a fantastic tool on the road to Sustainability for smaller organizations!
NVDO, EFNMS and Sdu make the CSRD guideline attractive!
What is the CSRD? How does this affect you, your maintenance team and your business? But above all: what do you get out of it? We answer these questions in the Roadshow, focussed on the sectors Infrastructure, Built Environment, Process Industry and Manufacturing.
CSRD Roadshow MANUFACTURING
29 February 2024
Time: 12.55-14.00 CET
CSRD in short
Chantal de Groot, Accountmanager, Sdu
The European CSRD directive, which focusses on materials testing, and the associated standards, the so-called ESRS, have been introduced since 1 January 2024. But, what is the CSRD? Who will this apply to and when? What should you do? And how do you ensure that you are compliant in the Manufacturing sector? Learn from Sdu!
Landsvirkjun‘s approach to Sustainability within Asset Management
Garðar Garðarsson, Specialist Asset Management, Landsvirkjun
María Kjartansdóttir, Project Manager Sustainability, Landsvirkjun
Sigrún Sayeh Valadbeygi, Specialist Climate & Green Solutions, Landsvirkjun
Learn from the Icelandic company Landsvirkjun‘s approach to EU taxonomy and CSRD and how materiality topics are linked to Asset Management. Landsvirkjun‘s specialists will provide insights into how their materiality assessment was conducted and how selected materiality topics connect to Asset Managment and KPI‘s in their Taxonomy information.
Thursday 29 February
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