Leadership Series: Global Ethics Day | 1 CPD

  • 20 Oct 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar via Zoom


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Global Ethics Day

To address Global Ethics Day, ASCI is running an online panel discussion on the international theme which is in line with our annual theme "Decade for Action".

As the last quarterly event for the ASCI Leadership Series in 2021, this executive panel will hone in specifically on ethics in the supply chain. 

The panel discussion will run as a live webinar with Q&A

This is an ASCI member only event. To become a member, visit the benefits here.

ASCI's role in Providing Pragmatic & Relevant Assistance & Information on Supply Chain Ethics Matters

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What the ASCI Ethics Committee has completed as part of the compliance aspects of ASCI’s professionalization program
  • Strategy & Plans for completing the services & support aspects of SC Ethics management with an emphasis on training
  • The Ethics Committee members will complete a pre-prepared Q & A among the committee members and then take questions from attendees.

Expert Panellists

Tim Proust RegAssocLog, Chair of Ethics Committee [LinkedIn]

Tim has worked in the electronics industry for over 30 years, 8 years with Hewlett Packard, 8 years with NEC and 17 years with Toshiba Aust. He has worked in a number of areas including sales administration, finance, product assembly and supply chain & logistics with considerable experience in process re-engineering, TQC and 6 Sigma methodologies.

Tim has trained as an accountant and completed the MBA Finance Management module in 2001. He has also completed training with the London School of Philosophy.  

In his current role as National Logistics Manager for Toshiba Aust., Tim is responsible for all import, export, domestic freight and warehousing for Toshiba’s growing and diverse business. He has spent much of the last 3 years working with his team to upgrade and rationalise Toshiba’s logistics processes, vendors and technology.

Wayne Larsen RegPracLog, Secretary of Ethics Committee [LinkedIn]

Wayne Larsen is a Senior Executive with more than twenty years of leadership experience in the building and industrial product sectors. During this time, he has gained extensive experience directing manufacturing, complex supply chains and end to end logistics organisations.

Wayne’s ethos is to challenge existing paradigms by applying systems thinking, technology and process automation solutions to achieve continuous organisational improvement, industry disruption and transformational change.

As a passionate business professional, Wayne is driven by the goal of achieving world class safety and cultural engagement to deliver exceptional operational, customer and shareholder outcomes. 

Rebecca Presgrave RegPracProc [LinkedIn]

Rebecca is Head of Procurement for PZ Cussons ANZ.
She has established her career working for prominent national and international brands within the FMCG sector.
She has a proven track-record in delivering sustainable growth and improving operational effectiveness aligned to a Company’s business strategy and is passionate about ethical sourcing and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Rebecca is a proud member of both the Victorian Ethics committee of ASCI and also of the Victorian committee for NAWO (National Association of Women in Operations).

Ama Aidoo-Sam RegPracProc [LinkedIn]

Ama is procurement professional who has worked across multiple industries and is passionate about helping organisations to meet their strategic objectives. 

This webinar is hosted by the ASCI Ethics Committee.

Webinar Registration

There are two registration steps to attend the webinar:

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

Don't miss this opportunity to gain one Continued Professional Development point to go towards your Registration and Certification Maintenance. 

To receive CPD points, webinar participants must attend at least 75% of the session e.g. over 45 minutes of a 1-hour webinar.

Want to learn more about the ASCI Continued Professional Development Program? Click here.

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Happy Global Ethics Day!

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