MANUFACTURING ESG STRATEGY
The way of the good productivity
In recent years there has been a growing recognition of the importance of ESG factors in driving sustainable business practices. While ESG encompasses various dimensions, this year EIS 2023 will focus on the social factor (S) in the manufacturing industry.
ESG is a game changer. Is your company ready to navigate the opportunities arising from the S space?
ESG is generally understood as the set of strategies to limit CO2 emissions, however in the Social space (S) there are two extremely relevant strategic lines: 1. the future of the workforce, and 2. the interaction with the territorial ecosystem. The future of the workforce (primarily blue-collar workers) is linked to the ability to improve industrial competitiveness through the continuous improvement of the so-called GOOD PRODUCTIVITY. The environmental interaction with the territory surrounding the factory is quite evident: where there is a need for skills and services, wealth develops, generating opportunities for individual development and making it possible the achievement of social and economic goals.
Why you should attend?
- We will explore the levers and the strategies to improve the good productivity.
- We will connect the good productivity improvement with ESG strategy (a chapter to be included in the sustainability report).
- We will report the progress of the research project EAWS 2.0 (digital ergonomics)
- We will discuss with experts the goal and objectives of the international standards dealing with ergonomics.
AGENDA – 2023
- Key pillars to sustain your GOOD PRODUCTIVITY improvement program (Gabriele Caragnano – Partner PwC | Operations Leader PwC EMEA | Direttore Operations Fondazione Ergo )
HUMAN CAPITAL and ECOSYSTEM
- SMARTT VAlley, the competence and innovation center born to sustain the “Good Productivity” in the Industry 5.0 framework (Rachele Sessa – Fondazione Ergo – General Manager)
- Academy: develop 4 job profiles to quench the thirst for skills (Huan Xu – Fondazione Ergo – Manager Operations)
- Ecosystem of Innovation (Luca Passoni – PwC | Innovation | Senior Manager)
- Case study: Good Productivity Improvement from Plan to Act (Huan Xu – Fondazione Ergo – Manager Operations)
- EAWS 2.0 project report (Rachele Sessa – Fondazione Ergo – General Manager and Manuela Ostermeier – MTM ASSOCIATION e. V. – Team Leader Digitization)
PANEL DISCUSSION WITH EXPERTS
- Which goal and objectives of the international standards dealing with ergonomics?
– Prof. Rolf Ellegast | Deputy Director of the Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the DGUV.
– Aleid Ringelberg | Chair CMHF Sector Functionarissen Overheid and Convenor of the working group ISO/TC 159/SC 3/WG 4 “Human physical strenght: manual handling and force limits”.
– F.S. Violante | Professor of Occupational Medicine at University of Bologna Past-President, Italian Society of Occupational Medicine.