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ISO: 20121 Sustainable Event Management Systems A guide to understanding ISO 20121 Prepared by ISO: 20121 Sustainable Event Management Systems A guide to understanding ISO 20121 Prepared by the Sustainable Event Alliance www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Brief Introduction • What is an ISO standard? • Why is an ISO needed Brief Introduction • What is an ISO standard? • Why is an ISO needed for the events and meetings industry? • What is ISO 20121? www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Australia and ISO 20121 - Initially only Observer (O) - Participating (P) mid 2010 Australia and ISO 20121 - Initially only Observer (O) - Participating (P) mid 2010 - Attended three international meetings 2010/2011 - Commented on ‘committee draft’ - Commented on JTCG text - Engaging in public comment of the Draft International Standard (now) www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Australian Mirror Committee • • • • Australian Centre for Event Management (UTS) Australian Australian Mirror Committee • • • • Australian Centre for Event Management (UTS) Australian Banking Association of Australian Convention Bureau Business Events Sydney Environment Institute of Australia and NZ Exhibition & Event Association of Australia International Congress and Convention Centre International Special Events Society Live Performance Australia Local Government & Shires Association NSW Meetings & Events Australia NSW Department of Environmental Climate Change and Water Sustainable Event Alliance Sydney Olympic Park Authority www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Other Mirror Committees • Secretariat: UK and Brazil • Participating Countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Other Mirror Committees • Secretariat: UK and Brazil • Participating Countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA. • Observing Countries: Armenia, Czech Republic, Finland, Lithuania, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Singapore, Thailand • Liaison Bodies: AIPC (International Association of Convention Centres), EFAPCO (European Federation of the Association of Professional Congress Organizers), GMIC (Green Meeting Industry Council), HORTREC (Hotels, Restaurants and Cafes in Europe), MPI (Meeting Professionals International), UFI (The Global Association of the Exhibition Industry), GRI (The Global Reporting Initiative) www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Development of ISO 20121 BS 8901 developed by British Standards Institute (BSI) 2007 London Development of ISO 20121 BS 8901 developed by British Standards Institute (BSI) 2007 London Olympic Committee and BSI propose to ISO an international event sustainability standard to be used at the 2012 London Olympics 2009 BS 8901 launched updated standard 2010 ISO 20121 in development ISO 20121 Meetings 1 st UK 2 nd France 3 rd USA 4 th Japan Jan/May/Oct/Jan ISO 20121 Draft International Standard Public Comment Period April – Sept 2011 International ISO committee formed www. sustainable-event-alliance. org June 2012 Anticipated Launch of ISO 20121

What is Sustainable Development? Defined ‘ A pattern of resource use that aims to What is Sustainable Development? Defined ‘ A pattern of resource use that aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but also for future generations ‘ Principles of Sustainable Development • • Human Rights Environment Labour Standards Anti-Corruption Stewardship Integrity Inclusivity Transparency www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

So What Does the Standard Involve? PLAN Define scope for sustainability management Define primary So What Does the Standard Involve? PLAN Define scope for sustainability management Define primary purpose and values Define policy for sustainability www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

So What Does the Standard Involve? PLAN Identify and evaluate issues Set objectives and So What Does the Standard Involve? PLAN Identify and evaluate issues Set objectives and targets Identify and engage stakeholders/interested parties www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

So What Does the Standard Involve? DO Provide resources and competencies Manage supply chain So What Does the Standard Involve? DO Provide resources and competencies Manage supply chain Maintain communications Document the system www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

So What Does the Standard Involve? CHECK Performance Monitoring and measurement Audit, Management Review So What Does the Standard Involve? CHECK Performance Monitoring and measurement Audit, Management Review www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

So What Does the Standard Involve? ACT Management Review Nonconformity and corrective action Continual So What Does the Standard Involve? ACT Management Review Nonconformity and corrective action Continual improvement, evaluating compliance www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Benefits of using ISO 20121 • It will put you ahead of the game Benefits of using ISO 20121 • It will put you ahead of the game if legislature comes into action regarding sustainable events or where sustainable requirements are part of a RFT • Efficiency across all aspects of event planning can be achieved • It demonstrates a systematic approach to sustainable development principles • It makes tracking and recording your sustainable performance consistent and much easier • The supply chain will inevitably become more sustainable for our industry and others. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Things to Know Q. Is there such thing as a sustainable event? A. This Things to Know Q. Is there such thing as a sustainable event? A. This term is an often used one and really does need to come with a caveat. One of the official definitions of sustainable development is: ‘Sustainable development meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. ’ So a truly ‘sustainable event’ needs to have every element of procurement and operating logistics in line with this definition. Q. What is a sustainable policy? A. Represents the foundation for all event-related activities. The policy shall take into consideration; Supply chain, event management cycle, interested parties, needs of end users, legacy issues. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Things to Know Q. Is the standard for the organisation or the event? A. Things to Know Q. Is the standard for the organisation or the event? A. The implementation of ISO 20121 is by the event organisation, and therefore it is the event organiser (and its activities/events) which are compliant with the standard, rather than the single event. Q. Is the Standard an accreditation program/system? A. The standard will be able to be ‘certified’ as ‘first party’, ‘second party’ and ‘third party’. In the first one or two years after the standard is launched it is likely that the standard will only be first or second party verified. As the uptake of the standard matures, Third Party certification will be in place. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Things to Know Q. Is this standard mandatory? A. The standard is not mandatory, Things to Know Q. Is this standard mandatory? A. The standard is not mandatory, but likely to become minimum accepted practice. Q. Will government ever regulate the standard? A. It is doubtful that government will regulate the standard. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Things to Know Q. Do my staff need training? A. Yes, your staff need Things to Know Q. Do my staff need training? A. Yes, your staff need a good understanding of sustainable development. • The person in charge needs a thorough understanding of management systems, sustainability, and event planning. • Some staff (eg: site manager, production manager, waste manager) need to understand practical application. • Induction may be enough for lower level staff members. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

Things to Know Q. What if my client doesn’t care or does not have Things to Know Q. What if my client doesn’t care or does not have a sustainability policy in place? A. Lead by example! You can refer to client’s CSR reporting requirements and remind the client that a sustainable event will meet these goals Q. Will it cost more to organise an event that is consistent with the standard? A. Once you have introduced the management system, you may find either costs savings or investment required, depending on what actions you have to take to improve your sustainability performance. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

How Can You Get Involved • You can comment on the latest draft from How Can You Get Involved • You can comment on the latest draft from April - September 2011. • The international committee will meet again in November to tackle all public comments that have not previously been addressed. • To make comments go to a member organisation on the mirror committee and they can link you into the public comment interface. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

About the SEA The Sustainable Event Alliance is an association dedicated to the promotion About the SEA The Sustainable Event Alliance is an association dedicated to the promotion and advancement of sustainable development within the event industry. Our vision is to unite events professionals around the world through increased consideration for sustainable development. 1. Provides a knowledge bank on sustainable development for the event industry. 2. Offers a portal for networking and discussion. 3. Communicates and creates a commonality of best practice. 4. Spreads the desire to reduce impacts of event production. 5. Opens up opportunities for development of sustainable production solutions within the industry’s supply chain. www. sustainable-event-alliance. org

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