Sustainability in the Leather Supply Chain
An online sustainability course covering traceability, sourcing, and chemical management within the leather supply chain.
This online training course focuses on the key aspects of sustainability in the leather supply chain including understanding the environmental impact of the industry, animal welfare, deforestation, use of exotic materials, and managing chemical risks.
The course is designed for those who work in the leather industry, as well as brands, retailers and leather goods manufacturers looking to expand their sustainability knowledge. Following completion, delegates will be able to identify and manage potential risks across the leather supply chain.
-Members price: £240 plus VAT GBP
-Standard (Non-Members) price: £290 plus VAT GBP
Discounted rates are also available for multiple delegate bookings.
Duration: 3 hrs.
To sign up, please click the appropriate 'Buy Now' button at the top of this page. Members of Eurofins | BLC should use the 'Members buy now' button. From here you will be asked to register to our online training portal, after which you can make payment by card. If already registered to the portal, please just sign in.
Once paid you will be enrolled onto the course and have access to its content for 14 days.
If you need more information or would like to pay by invoice, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does 'sustainable' mean?
Sustainable Business Practices
Sensitivities and Risks in the Leather Industry
Most industries have sustainability risks
Market Trends and Drivers in the Leather Industry
The Leather Supply Chain
Leather Types & Sources
Leather as a By-product of the Meat Industry
Overview of the Leather Making Process
Leather Lifecycle Analysis (LCA)
Environmental Impacts and the Leather Working Group
Chemicals and Restricted Substances
Critical Area - Kanpur
Waste and End of Life
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