Embedding Ethical Sourcing into your Business

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There is a growing public expectation on businesses to ensure they have effective due diligence practices in place to meet their corporate responsibility to protect human rights. Through its Ethical Sourcing Program, Coles has seen some strong examples of these practices in its supply base and identified some areas of opportunity.

In this webinar we will share learnings relevant to our suppliers who manage multiple sites, or suppliers who engage subcontractors to carry out their operations. We will discuss the policies and procedures you should have in place to safeguard human rights in your business and some of the risks you should look out for. We will share the best practice we have seen and some of the common areas for improvement.

About The Presenters:

Mabel is Coles’ Ethical Sourcing Operations Manager (Non-Retail). Mabel leads Coles Ethical Sourcing Program in relation to our Goods Not for Resale (GNFR) and Services suppliers, covering activities in procurement, property and construction.

Brooke is Coles’ Ethical Sourcing Analyst who has supported a number of different business areas. She has spent the last two years at Coles supporting suppliers to comply with our Ethical Sourcing Program and is passionate about ensuring suppliers have the tools to continuously improve.



1:00-2:00pm AEST


Mabel Wong | Ethical Sourcing Operations Manager (Non Retail) | Coles
Brooke Dunleavy | Ethical Sourcing Analyst | Coles


FREE – Recording available to all Coles Suppliers, please email cqa@saiglobal.com for a copy.

Also available as part of the CQA Membership.