ISO 20121:2012 pdf download – Event sustainability management systems – Requirements with guidance for use

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ISO 20121:2012 pdf download – Event sustainability management systems – Requirements with guidance for use.
6.1.2 Issue identification and evaluation The organization shall establish, implement and maintain a procedure to identify its sustainable development issues and to evaluate their significance associated with its event-related activities, products and services within the defined scope of the management system. The identification of issues shall, where applicable, encompass the following: a) environmental – resource utilization, materials choice, resource conservation, emissions reduction, biodiversity and nature preservation, releases to land, water and air; b) social – labour standards, health and safety, civil liberties, social justice, local community, indigenous rights, cultural issues, accessibility, equity, heritage and religious sensitivities; c) economic – return on investment, local economy, market capacity, shareholders value, innovation, direct and indirect economic impact, market presence, economic performance, risk, fair trade and profit sharing. In addition to those sustainable development issues that an organization can control directly, an organization shall also consider issues that it can influence. The criteria used for the evaluation of significance shall be documented and shall include a consideration of feedback from interested parties, and the identification of new emerging issues. The outputs of the procedure shall be documented, kept up to date and shared with relevant interested parties. NOTE Many issues cut across economic, social and environmental categories. These could include food and beverage, governance, transport, venue selection, supplier selection, accessibility, animal welfare, corruption, product responsibility, etc. 6.1.3 Legal and other requirements The organization shall establish, implement, maintain and revise peridically a procedure to identify, and have access to, current and emerging legal and other requirements, to which the organization subscribes.
The organization shall maintain procedures for those activities critical to the successful implementation of the event sustainability management system, where their absence could lead to a departure from the governing principles of sustainable development, purpose, values, policy, objectives and targets. Such procedures shall, where appropriate, cover emergency situations and suppliers. 8.2 Dealing with modified activities, products or services Where new or modified activities, products or services, or changing operational circumstances are encountered, issues, objectives, targets and plan(s) shall be reviewed and amended where relevant to ensure that the best overall solution is delivered adhering to the organization’s statement of purpose and values and sustainable development policy. 8.3 Supply chain management The organization shall establish the relevance of each of the objectives, targets and plan(s) to individual suppliers, and shall include sufficient and relevant information in tender or other documentation to enable its suppliers to demonstrate their capability to support the objectives. When requesting tenders or equivalent documents, an organization shall make assessments based on the supplier’s ability to meet or contribute towards objectives, targets, cost effectiveness and quality. If organizations do not go through a tender process, they shall justify their process and show how they consider sustainable development issues when choosing suppliers.

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