The NATO Association of Canada is pleased to host the Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting Workshop: Reporting Strategies, Trends & Best Practices in partnership with The Works Design Communications and Hudbay Minerals Inc. This event aims to bring together Toronto-based mining companies and CSR reporting professionals to provide a platform for collective learning, inspire industry innovation and discuss best practice in CSR reporting.
Date: January 30th, 2017
Time: 3:30 – 5:30PM
Location: Metro Hall | Room 314
55 John St.
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If you would like more information about this event please contact Ashley McIntyre at email@example.com
Director, Sustainability – The Works Design Communications:
Combining academic expertise with extensive professional experience, Wesley leads The Works’ sustainability practice. He provides guidance in stakeholder engagement, materiality and performance measurement, as well as CSR/sustainability communications and reporting. Wesley contributed to the development of the GRI G4 guidelines and serves on sector working groups with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board. He is a judge for CPA Canada’s Corporate Reporting Awards and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and events. He also lectures for the CSR certificate program at the University of Toronto and for the sustainability certificate program at Ryerson University. Before joining The Works, Wesley was senior sustainability consultant at Stantec and senior CSR advisor at the Canadian Business for Social Responsibility. He holds a Master’s in Sustainable Business from the University of Leeds.
Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility – Hudbay Minerals Inc:
For a mining company, the measure of success is performance as well as production. As Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, David’s mandate is to develop, implement and monitor, and account for corporate standards for health, safety, the environment and community relations. Prior to joining Hudbay in 2011, David was principal at his own firm, Innotain Inc., providing sustainability and responsibility consulting services to the mining and energy industries. He also spent 18 years in a series of roles with the international engineering and consulting firm Hatch Ltd., serving lastly as Director, Climate Change Initiatives. David holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Engineering from Queen’s University, an MBA from INSEAD, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.
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