Reduce risk and maximise impact

Elevating supplier engagement for a comprehensive ESG strategy and increased business resilience

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Empowering your organisation's impact through The Supply Pilot Platform

Engaging suppliers regarding your ESG strategy and product sustainability goes beyond mere compliance. Evolving regional, national and global legislation means attention has to be paid to safeguarding against risks to your company’s revenue and reputation. This encompasses the protection of your supply chains, resource availability, and profitability.

Advancing your ESG approach isn't solely about the risks to resources and climate; it’s about identifying and mitigating the risks to your business.

Utilising The Supply Pilot Platform enables you to integrate engagement, data collection, and supplier capacity enhancement to recognise risks, drive change, and optimise impact.

Whether your business needs a short-term project or a retained enterprise solution, The Supply Pilot Platform is issue agnostic and adaptable to:

  • Your Brand
  • Your Products
  • Your Strategy

Proven over a decade with some of the world’s leading brands and retailers, implement a secure (ISO27001) cloud-based platform along with optional engagement services, enabling you to swiftly and effortlessly comprehend risks at the supplier, product, or substance level.

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The requirements are diverse, with regulations constantly evolving
  • REACH - European Union (EU) Registration, Evaluation, Authorization & Restriction of Chemicals
  • TSCA - Toxic Substances Control Act
  • CEPA - Canadian Environmental Protection Act

Remain prepared for new risks

Change is the only constant. Emergent requirements like Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS), often referred to as 'forever chemicals,' or material-specific certification and compliance mandates need to be taken in your stride, not derail your progress.

This encompasses:

  • Identifying products or materials of concern
  • Comprehending and ranking risks to develop action plans
  • Analyzing individual issues or aggregated supplier risk profiles
  • Implementing change and action plans, such as material substitution
  • Minimizing risk and supporting your compliance initiatives
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Risk mitigation involves not only ensuring compliance but also comprehending supplier/supply-chain constraints. As regulation evolves, pressure will mount on the availability of 'more sustainable' alternatives.

Consequently, businesses must engage suppliers beyond solely compliance. Broadening their risk mitigation strategy beyond just ‘data collection’ to encompass collaboration around future product and material choices.

This necessitates robust supplier engagement to instil awareness, understanding, and a drive for change, tailored to your strategy and risk tolerance.

Unsure where to start?

The Kickstart Assessment aids in identifying high-impact levers for change and focus projects.