BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability Briefing Report Template Grow Management Consultants Sustainability policy and procedure briefing report Introduction This report is done in order to develop the sustainability policy of the organization. It discusses about the whole process of development of the sustainability policy after assessing the already existing policy of the organization. This assignment helps the learner to learn about the different communication martods that can be used to communicate the sustainable policy to all the stakeholders and also provides the idea about the implementation nad review of the sustainable policy Current company procedures for developing policies and procedures are as follows: • The need for the policy and procedure should be established and a preliminary briefing report developed. • This should be discussed at a meeting with the senior management team consisting of at least one of the Principal Consultants. Another staff member should also be selected to ensure representation of all staff Sustainability facts and figures Include information on sustainability facts and figures, as well as the benefits to businesses. Facts of Sustainability: -By 2021 Australians could save more than $600 million on our water and energy bills just by using more water efficient appliances and products. The amount of water we can save by then is about 800,000 megalitres which is more than the whole of Sydney Harbour. -A standard showerhead may use up to 25 litres of water per minute whereas water- efficient showerhead might use as little as seven litres per minute, which is less than a third. -A tap leaking at the rate of one drip a second could waste more than 12,000 litres of water a year. Native grasses save water as require less watering than lawns. -A large-screen television turned on for 6 hours a day can generate half a tonne of greenhouse gas a year. That's about the same amount as running a fridge for a whole year. -An extra 1 degree Celsius difference between outside and inside temperatures can add around 10 per cent to heating and cooling costs. You can save money and energy by setting the thermostat to 18-20 degrees in winter and 25-27 degrees in summer. -Each old-style incandescent globe you replace with a compact fluorescent light could save you around $40 in electricity costs. It will also last six times as long. -Many plastics can be recycled again and again without losing their quality. Using recycled materials to make new products decreases Australia's demand on natural resources. © J+S Learningwork 2017
BSBSUS501 Develop workplace policy and procedures for sustainability Briefing Report Template -Hazardous products such as motor oil, pesticides, oven cleaner and pool chemicals can catch alight at relatively low temperatures, or react with air, water or other substances, and explode or produce toxic vapours.
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