Kitchen manufacturer Moores has enrolled seven of its employees on a training programme as part of its drive to achieve greener practices throughout its business.
The Yorkshire-based kitchen maker has signed up the seven employees to the Supply Chain Sustainability School “to enhance the human aspects of ethical practice”.
The main aim of the training programme is to upskill its staff and create a more knowledgeable team to lead the Moores sustainability programme and promote greener practices within the company.
The new recruits to the training programme will learn about the human elements of sustainability, including equality, well-being and employee engagement, as well as undergoing self-assessments. Action plans will then be put in place to help the business improve its ways of working through a range of learning materials, webinar sand group workshops.
Said Moores health and safety manager Kevin Bell: “With guidance from The Supply Chain Sustainability School, we will be in a better position to align ourselves with the greatest levels of sustainable practice and integrate these learnings into our sustainability roadmap.
“The next stage of our sustainability journey will be to utilise these competences and actively encourage and support our supply chains to engage with our sustainability goals.”
As part of its commitment to a greener future, Moores has switched to biomass fuel and installed smart LED lighting, which has resulted in a reduction of 410 tonnes of carbon from its operations.