2019 Sedex Awards nominee shortlist

The Sedex Awards recognise the fantastic work done by Sedex members globally and gives them the opportunity to highlight the sustainable work they have carried out across a range of industries.

 

Sedex Awards Dinner

The Sedex Awards will be presented on Tuesday 26th March 2019 at the Sedex Awards Dinner, Grand Connaught Rooms.

We invite you to join us at the awards evening hosted by Martine Croxall, BBC. The Awards Dinner is your opportunity to join sustainability leaders from around the world and celebrate the progress in responsible sourcing.

 

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Sedex 2019 Awards

This year we have five awards categories highlighting collaboration, environmental and labour programmes. Award entries were shortlisted based on their level of innovation, scale of impact and implementation, possibility of replication and transparency of communication and leadership.

Best Collaborative Effort 

  • Dutjahn Sandalwood Oils (Australia)
  • ScanCom Vietnam (Vietnam)
  • UK Retailers (UK)

Showcases examples of how members are collaborating or partnering with customers, suppliers or other stakeholders to improve working conditions or to solve a responsible sourcing challenge.

Best Health & Safety/Labour Programme 

  • Britvic (UK)
  • Driscoll’s (USA)
  • G’s Fresh (UK)

Buyer Members who have successfully implemented a programme related to health and safety and/or labour practices.

Best Health & Safety/Labour Programme 

  • Epyllion Style (Bangladesh)
  • Pantelon S.A (Guatemala)
  • Snowtex Outerwear (Bangladesh)

Supplier Members have successfully implemented a programme related to health and safety and/or labour practices.

Best Environmental Sustainability Programme

  • Mace (UK)
  • Mondelez International AMEA (Singapore)
  • Refresco Beverages (UK)

Buyer Members have implemented programmes to protect their workers or their surroundings and improve environmental issues.

Best Environmental Sustainability Programme 

  • JCDecaux (UK)
  • Varcli Pinares S.A. (Costa Rica)
  • Welspun (India)

Supplier Members who have implemented programmes to protect their workers or their surroundings and improve environmental issues.

Meet the Award judges

Mark Driscoll, Founder and Director at Tasting the Future

Svetlana Yarovikova, Senior Risk Manager at Carlsberg

Doroteya Vladimirova, Senior Research Associate, Centre for Industrial Sustainability Institute at University of Cambridge

Jermyn Brooks, Chair, Business Advisory Board, Transparency International

 

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