Sustainability 101: Embracing and Implementing Sustainability in Your Organization

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Price: Member: $74.00 | Non-Member: $149.00

Continuing Education Credits (CECs): 1.5 hours

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Sustainability 101 discusses the importance of embracing and implementing sustainability within your organizations. The course also describes the free resources available on the Sustainability Roadmap for Hospitals.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define sustainability and identify supply chain considerations in an organization’s sustainability efforts, including a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) approach and keys to success.
  • Define Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP), including product attributes and characteristics, and discuss EPP in both healthcare and other industries.
  • Navigate to/around and utilize the Sustainability Roadmap resources including topics, drivers, strategies, implementation, and other resources.
  • Implement sustainability efforts from the Sustainability Roadmap in your organization, such as developing a supply chain management plan or completing a Performance Improvement Measure (PIM).
 

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