Sustainability SUST

(modified)

Providing advice, assistance and leadership to enable the organisation to minimise negative environmental impact.

Guidance notes

(new)

Considering the environmental impact of - but not limited to - hardware, software, networks, storage, power supply, care, maintenance and disposal of assets, paper, packaging, transport.

Activities may include - but are not limited to...

  • advising on regulations and standards
  • benchmarking and establishing metrics and dashboards
  • communicating and promoting sustainability policies and programmes

Sustainability: Level 6

(unchanged)

Develops and promotes organisational strategies, policies, standards, and guidelines for sustainability. Leads the introduction and use of sustainability techniques, methodologies and tools.

Sustainability: Level 5

(unchanged)

Provides expert advice and guidance on planning, designing and implementing sustainability solutions. Evaluates and selects sustainability methods, tools and practices to be used in line with agreed policies and standards. Identifies and recommends improvements to the organisation's approach to sustainability.

Sustainability: Level 4

(unchanged)

Assesses and reports on how different tactical decisions affect sustainability. Evaluates factors and risks (political, legislative, technological, economic, social) that impact on operational processes and strategic direction. Evaluates and reports on implementation of sustainability measures in specific areas.