Sustainability has risen dramatically quickly as a key point of focus for organisational hierarchies. The drivers have come from several sources. Certainly, investors are prioritising this issue, often requiring firm commitments to meet ambitious targets. Other drivers are concerns about public image and the knock-on consequences for marketability and the implicit dangers of making a wrong move. Staff too can show strong commitment. All credible companies, security or not are impacted by the same general sustainability aims such as those relating to climate change. Others are very much more security related, for example clients with green buildings want to avoid any polluting products, that do not take account of the energy used, that don’t use recyclable packaging, that do not take account of landfill avoidance, that don’t use sustainable materials, and how the materials are sourced and their product life are important too. This webinar will discuss:
How is sustainability impacting on security?
Where are the opportunities for the security sector in presenting itself as sustainability conscious?
What is next for the security sector on the sustainability agenda?
Samantha Lang – Risk Manager at SecuriGroup
Catherine Sheehy – Global Lead of Sustainability Partnerships at UL Retail and Consumer Products
Abbey Petkar – Managing Director at Magenta Security Services Ltd