This policy applies to all OGC subsidiaries, its employees, associates, secondees, and third parties who undertake activity for and on behalf of OGC. It applies to the goods and services we procure, our direct operations, and the services we provide to our customers.
To provide an effective framework for realizing OGC’s commitment to protecting and where possible, enhancing the environment by reducing the Organization’s environmental impacts, preventing pollution, mitigating and adapting to climate change and a low carbon future. Responsibilities
All employees including associates, secondees, and third parties are responsible for ensuring that this Policy is adhered to. In addition, those employees who procure goods and services should follow OGC’s Procurement Policy including the requirement to include social value considerations, which include environmental issues.
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is a not-for-profit (501C (6)) international membership organization of more than 500 businesses, government agencies, research organizations, and universities with a mission to make geospatial (location) information and services FAIR – Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. OGC runs a standard development process driven by its members and engineering development projects funded and executed by members.
With about 30 employees located around the world, we recognize that our activities impact the environment in a number of ways, principally through our use of:
In recognizing this, OGC is committed to protecting the environment and continually improving its environmental performance by:
Specifically, we will:
To realize our environmental objectives, OGC both recognizes the need for and is committed to communicating our environmental objectives to our suppliers, employees, customers, and wider stakeholders. This will be achieved via our procurement processes and our existing communication channels to employees including business plans, intranet, purchase order reviews, team briefings, and the staff introduction processes.
This policy and the actions arising from it will be annually reviewed as part of the business planning process which involves OGCs senior leadership and management teams
Approved on behalf of the Open Geospatial Consortium Inc. and all Subsidiaries,
Nadine Alameh, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
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