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SGS - as a member of the SAC – is pleased to organize free supplier awareness trainings about SAC and the Higg Index in Mainland China and Hong Kong China. This two hours seminar targets the textile industry.

Starts

Nov 24, 2017, 13:30

Ends

Dec 15, 2017, 15:00

Location

Shenzhen, China

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The Sustainable Apparel Coalition is a trade organization comprised of brands, retailers, manufacturers, government, and non-governmental organizations and academic experts, representing more than a third of the global apparel and footwear market. The Coalition is working to reduce the environmental and social impacts of apparel and footwear products around the world.

The focus of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition is the development and use of the Higg Index - a suite of self-assessment tools designed to measure the sustainability impacts of apparel and footwear products. The Higg Index provides a tool for the apparel and footwear industry to assess sustainability throughout a product's entire life cycle, from materials to end-of-life.

SGS - as a member of the SAC – is pleased to organize free supplier awareness trainings about SAC and the Higg Index in Mainland China and Hong Kong China. This two hours seminar targets the textile industry.

Seminar Calendar

Location Date Time Language 
 Hong Kong, China  24-Nov-17  14:30~16:30  Cantonese
 Hong Kong, China  8-Dec-17  14:30~16:30  Cantonese
 Shenzhen  15-Dec-17  14:00~16:00  Mandarin
 Shanghai  15-Dec-17  14:00~16:00  Mandarin

*The seminar is free. All seats reservation will be confirmed on a first-come-first-served basis upon receipt of the registration. 3 0 seats for one session, and 1 seat for one company. SGS reserves the final right on any decisions without prior notice.*

Seminar Highlight

  • Latest Developments of Higg Index;
  • New Higg.Org & New “How to Higg Manual”
  • What’s new in Higg FEM V3? And what you need to know?
  • Highlights of Chemical Management Section
  • Timeline for rolling out Higg FEM V3

Who Should Attend

  • Environmental manager;
  • Compliance Manager;
  • Supply Chain Manager;
  • Factory Manager

Speaker Information

Hong Kong, China Session
Mr Steve Chan (BSc, MSc, MBA), SGS Environmental Services Manager, Asia.
Steve possessed more than 15 years of experience in professional auditing, training and consulting with focuses on quality and risk managements, environmental monitoring and sustainability. Steve is professionally trained environmental auditor with extensive industrial knowledge and practical experience for evaluating the environmental performance and sustainability.

Shenzhen Session
Alan Tan, SGS Environmental Services project leader.
Alan has more than 11 years of experience in professional auditing, training and consulting with focuses on social, health & safety, environmental and sustainability. He is a professionally trained and qualified tutor of Environment Conformance Assessment program and Higg Index FEM program.

Shanghai Session
Selina Ning, SAS Suzhou Branch Auditor Supervisor.
Selina possesses more than 9 years of experience in professional auditing, training and consulting with focuses on corporate-social-responsibility managements, health & safety/environmental risk assessment and sustainability. Selina is a trained environmental auditor with extensive industrial knowledge and practical experience for evaluating the environmental risks and sustainability.

General Notes

  1. Please register at least 10 working days prior to the event date;
  2. SGS will email the details 5 working days ahead of the event date to those who have successfully registered;
  3. Please bring along your name card for the event to attend the seminar.

For Enquiries and Registration

Ms. Michelle Wong
T +852 2774 7440
E hk.sas@sgs.com

About SGS
SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 90,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,000 offices and laboratories around the world.