SUSTAINABILITY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN (DESIGN AND PRODUCTION FOR…
SUSTAINABILITY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
how products and services affect people and the environment.
doing the right thing that can be beneficial to all stakeholder.
DESIGN AND PRODUCTION FOR SUSTAINABILITY
Life cycle assessment valuates the environment impact of a product, from raw material and energy inputs all the way to the disposal of the product at its end-of-life.
to make decision that help reduce the environmental impact of a product through its entire life.
design affect materials, quality, cost, processes, related packaging and logistic and how the product will be processed when discarded.
reduce amount of resources in the production process which is energy, water and environmental contamination.
reduce costs by achieving efficient route and delivery networks.
management analytics can help
life cycle ownership costs.
closed-loop supply chains or reverse logistics.
automaker's design incorporates disassembly, recycling and reuse.
REGULATION AND INDUSTRY STANDARTS
food and drug administration
consumer products safety commision
MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY ACTIVITY
occupation safety and health administration
environmental protection agency (EPA)
State and local agencies
NEARLY ALL INDUSTRIES HAVE REGULATION
federal safe drinking water Act
Resouces conversation and recovery Act
product life from design to disposal, including all the resources required. the product or services itself is a small part of much larger social, economic, and environmental system.
Many inputs to a production system held by the public. Possible solution include moving some of the common to private property, Allocation of rights and Allocation of yield.
Triple bottom line
consider the system necessary to support the three P which is people, planet and profit
decision affect people
globalization and outsourching complicate the task
supplier selection and performance criteria are important
look for ways to reduce the environmental impact of operations
INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND STANDARTS
organizations and governments guiding business
environmental management standarts
auditing, performance evaluation, labelling
implemented by more than 200,000 organization in 155 countries
guidance to minimize harmful effects on the environment