At ASL, we love working together to achieve common goals, whether that’s with our customers, suppliers or each other. Here’s some examples of how we are collaborating as a team to achieve our ONE WORLD sustainability goals.
Despite the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic this year, we’ve been making progress with our CSR strategy, One World. An important part of this initiative is to Reduce Our Impact. This involves setting new CSR goals for ourselves and implementing sustainability-related activities in ASL’s offices across 48 countries worldwide.
As our teams return to their offices, safely of course, (picture above was taken pre-Covid in March 2020), the people who are bringing the One World initiative to life are ASL’s ‘CSR Champions’. This month we get an update from our Champion in Portugal, Alexandra Aleixo READ MORE
100% of ASL staff receive in-depth sustainability training in 2020
At ASL, we understand the importance of upholding the principles of sustainability as a business, and as individuals. Our One World strategy will only succeed if we help the whole ASL family to live our core values of reducing our impact, inspiring our partners and helping communities flourish.
So, during 2020, all ASL staff received sustainability training, covering they key areas of environmental, economic and social sustainability. We learnt how ASL is working with suppliers, customers and partners to become more sustainable, and how we, as individuals, can play a proactive part in the One World initiative.
ASL Obtains ISO 45001 accreditation in 2020
We’re delighted to confirm that, following a robust auditory evaluation, ASL Global has successfully obtained the ISO 45001 Occupational Health & Safety Management certification. ISO 45001 is an international standard that specifies the requirements for an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS). ISO 45001 is an integral part of an organisation’s efforts towards managing occupational health and safety performance.
ASL begins voluntarily reporting using Carbon Disclosure Protocol
ASL has submitted its first CDP evaluation this year, to help capture, report & understand our environmental impact. We believe that engaging with the Carbon Disclosure Protocol in an open way will help to build stakeholder trust through transparency, identify environmental risks and opportunities for our business, and help drive our One World initiative forward with a data-driven strategy.
Supporting L’Oréal ‘s social sourcing programme
During 2020, we have joined forces with L’Oréal on their proactive Solidarity Sourcing programme. This proactive initiative helps promote sustainable, inclusive growth and advocates responsibility & inclusion all along the value chain. We’re delighted to work with L’Oréal to help support and drive this important initiative forward through the value chain.
ng with MARS and EcoVadis to Develop More Sustainable Global Supply Chains
In October 2019, ASL Global was invited as a guest speaker, alongside leading sustainability rating provider EcoVadis, at this year’s Mars Premia Supplier Workshop, held in Mars’ China HQ in Shanghai.
Our Chief Quality and Compliance Officer spoke in detail about ASL’s own approach to sustainability and, in particular, about the importance of Mars’ ‘Next Generation’ Supplier Program READ MORE
ASL’s US team proudly supporting Youth Energy Academies in Florida
Every year, our US team works with major energy companies, Duke Energy and Jacksonville Electric (JEA), to support the Youth Energy Academy program. This Florida-based community program introduces local young people to the energy field and helps educate and guide them towards a successful future in this dynamic sector READ MORE
Earlier in 2019, ASL’s Asia Pacific and global procurement teams welcomed over 200 suppliers from across China to their offices in Shenzhen and Shanghai. Over two days, ASL’s buyers and merchandisers discussed the latest trends and ideas with their key suppliers, with a key focus on Sustainability through the supply chain READ MORE
Each Christmas, our team in Lisbon, Portugal spends time working for local charity SEMEAR which runs a sustainable program of social inclusion for children, young people and adults with intellectual and developmental difficulties READ MORE