OMA’S SUSTAINABILITY PEER NETWORK
OMA’s Sustainability Peer Network (SPN) was created to help support manufacturing managers and staff who have responsibility for meeting their company’s sustainability goals.
Today, sustainability goals range from resource management (e.g. water reduction, energy reduction and zero-landfill) to lifecycle product design to managing impacts on employee and customer quality of life.
As sustainability projects have become more commonplace, sustainability management and reporting have grown in importance among manufacturers and their supply chains.
Therefore, OMA’s Sustainability Peer Network offers member manufacturers an opportunity to network, learn and share their sustainability goals, management & reporting practices and projects.
WHAT DOES SPN OFFER?
OMA’s SPN members can participate in quarterly events – tours of member manufacturing facilities and informational in-person meetings.
Plant tours showcase members’ sustainability goals, practices and projects and provide peer learning.
In-person informational meetings focus on specific sustainability subject matter and include expert presentations as well as peer discussion.
WHO SHOULD JOIN?
Any OMA manufacturing member with responsibility for – or interest in – sustainability issues can join, including:
- Corporate/plant sustainability managers
- Operations staff with sustainability, energy or environmental goals and projects, including:
- Energy managers and engineers
- Plant engineers
- Plant & facilities managers and staff
- EH&S managers and staff
HOW TO JOIN
Click here to receive Sustainability Peer Network communications and event invitations by email.