ASCI Webinar: Ethics Series | 1 CPD

  • 25 Nov 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


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Ethics Series

This webinar, hosted by the ASCI Ethics Committee, is the first in a series of ASCI Ethics Webinars designed to educate in the best practice approaches to managing ethical issues in our global supply chains.

In this webinar you will:

  • Find out about your benefits as a Registered Associate or Practitioner in an overview of the ASCI Ethics Management Program managed by the Ethics Committee under ASCI's Professional Accreditation Scheme including:
    • Overview of the Ethics Management Program and why you need it
    • Overview of the resources available to Registered Associates and Practitioners from the Program and how they help
    • Explanation of the complaints procedure and what it achieves for the profession
  • Hear from an expert in ethics measurement and an expert responsible for the Property Council of Australia's shared Modern Slavery application (Stockland, Mirvac, Lendlease, AMP, Vicinity and many others) 
Who should attend?
Supply Chain practitioners who want best practice examples of compliance and leadership and who are seeking greater collaboration in their supply chains to maximise impact, or minimise risk.  


Tim Proust, ASCI Ethics Management Committee Chair

Tim Proust is a logistics management professional with over 20 years in import, export, warehousing and domestic freightmanagement. Currently he is National Logistics Manager at Toshiba where he brings considerable experience managing sales administration teams and process quality initiatives.  As Ethics Management Committee Chair, Tim leads a team of volunteers within the ASCI Community who have compiled the Ethics Management Program, Code of Ethics and Ethics Complaints proceedures in line with legislation. 

Nicholas Bernhardt, CEO, Informed 365  

Nicholas Bernhardt is the CEO and co-founder of Australian ESG (Environment Social Governance) / CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) tech company, Informed 365. Informed 365 has one simple mission: to help clients make better, more informed decisions. Informed 365 helps any organisation (from non-profits to global enterprises to governments) to visualise critical data in a meaningful way that allows them to understand their data. He came in from the dark side having been an investment banker who held senior management roles at Standard Chartered Bank, Nomura Securities and Ameco Financial Services.

Robin Mellon, NSW Program Advisor, Better Building Finance

From 2016 to 2019 Robin was CEO of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, an ASCI Collaboration Partner that provides free sustainability learning resources and materials for companies of every size around the property, construction and infrastructure sectors in order to improve their supply chains.

Prior to that, Robin worked with the Green Building Council of Australia from 2007 to 2015 to drive the adoption of the Green Star rating system for buildings and communities, and as Chief Operating Officer spearheaded the GBCA’s advocacy and international work and mentored a number of countries, including Israel and Hong Kong, through the process of establishing their own green building councils.

Robin sat on the World Green Building Council’s Policy Task Force, chaired its Asia Pacific Network, and has collaborated with Austrade over many years to showcase Australian sustainability strategies. An accomplished presenter, educator and media commentator, Robin is the author of numerous articles on how Australia can capture the benefits of efficient, healthy, liveable, productive and resilient buildings, as well as better, more sustainable supply chains.

Robin is also a regular judge of green building and urban design awards, a member of the Australian Government's Modern Slavery Advisory Committee, and has been a Judging Chair for the NSW Green Globe Awards, the Architecture and Design Awards, and the Australasian Green Gown Awards.

There are two registration steps:

  1. Website registration to redeem your Continued Professional Development point, and
  2.  Click the link here to register to the Webinar (where you are advised to save the event to your diary)

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