M O’Brien Group graduates to become Partner of the Supply chain Sustainability School!

Having been a member of the supply chain sustainability school since 2017, M O’Brien group has officially become a partner of the school. Using the schools vast library or resources for the past few years to improve the business in terms of sustainability and stay at the forefront of our fast developing industry, it is now only fitting that the company joins as a partner and begins to contribute back to the school and begin to provide input and resources to benefit the schools members.

“Being a company that operates with such a large fleet of plant and haulage vehicles, it is vital that we play our part for a sustainable and more environmentally friendly built environment. It is great that SCSS provides a platform that we can share some of our best practice with members and vice versa so that we can all continue to drive forward and have a positive impact on the areas we work in. We strive to be the best we can in terms of quality, service and safety, the field of sustainability is no different, and becoming a partner of Supply chain sustainability school offers the best learning and sharing platform for this.” – James O’Donnell, Director

Why a Partner?

M O’Brien strive to be the best we can in terms of quality, service and safety, the field of sustainability is no different, and believe becoming a partner of Supply chain sustainability school offers the best learning and sharing platform for this. Having been a member of supply chain sustainability school for the past two years and using a lot of useful resources within the school, the group have expanded the companies knowledge in sustainability. Becoming a Partner feels like the next logical step to take to continue to grow as a sustainable business and contribute M O’Brien resources and experiences to the schools members in a collaborative approach to improvement.

About the school

Becoming a member of the school is completely free and allows companies and individuals access to training in 5 different areas Sustainability, Offsite, BIM, Lean and Management and offers you the opportunity to attend training and networking events, gain CPD points, complete a self-assessment and get a bespoke action plan, complete e-learning modules and various training resources.

The collaborative approach offered by the school and its members leads to a shared learning experience and therefore an accelerates the way our industry improves its practices as it raises the bar for best practice.

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