Free lunchtime webinar – Tuesday, 4 October
A new webinar from Resource Efficient Scotland to be held tomorrow (Tuesday, 4 October) between 12.30pm and 1.15pm is set to share the top 10 ways businesses can maximise cost savings and environmental benefits by motivating staff to reduce their energy and water use, cut waste and recycle more efficiently.
According to Resource Efficient Scotland, individual employees can do a lot to reduce their organisation’s energy, water and raw material costs by changing equipment, processes and behaviours. However, to unlock this potential it is vital to engage employees in company-wide resource efficiency initiatives.
Its free lunchtime webinar will present 10 simple but effective ways that businesses can motivate staff to cut down costly resource use.
Delegates will receive an insight into the real-world staff engagement initiatives which companies have successfully used to help their staff to achieve resource savings.
The webinar will also signpost the free resources available to support organisation’s staff engagement and wider resource efficiency projects.
Delegates will also be able to ask Resource Efficient Scotland experts specific questions about their businesses’ staff engagement challenges in a live Q&A session.
Resource Efficient Scotland is a programme funded by the Scottish Government and the European Regional Development Fund. It is dedicated to supporting SMEs in Scotland to reduce costs by implementing resource efficiencies in energy, water, raw materials and waste management. The webinar is designed to anyone in an organisation who wants to influence or has direct responsibility for environmental performance and members of management teams engaged in organisational improvement. It is ideal for:
• health, safety and environment managers;
• environmental performance champions and green team members;
• compliance managers;
• facilities managers; and
• office and general managers.
For more information on Resource Efficient Scotland’s free support for businesses in Scotland to save money and improve environmental performance throughout their business activities, visit the website.