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SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING MANUFACTURING FOR SUSTAINABILITY

2017-09-02 19:23:08

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SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING MANUFACTURING FOR SUSTAINABILITY

 

FOREWORD

 

Welcome to Manufacturing Skills Australia’s report and action response on sustainability. 
 
There is no doubt that there are challenging times ahead. Finding solutions to climate change and its myriad of implications is becoming one of the primary concerns faced by governments, industry and communities across the world. We know that our actions today, and our responses to this challenge, will have serious ramifications for the generations that follow. 
 
Solutions will lie in our ability to think creatively, develop new ways of working and ensure everyone has the tools and abilities to play their part. On behalf of the Board of MSA, I encourage you to see MSA as a critical partner in ensuring your workforce is equipped for a sustainable future.
 
MSA is taking issues of sustainability seriously. It is chartered with providing leadership in workforce development for the manufacturing industry and sees sustainable tools and processes as central to achieving this goal. MSA already has a range of training products and initiatives that support sustainable outcomes for businesses, and is committed to continuing to stay at the leading edge of workforce development in this area.
 
This report is timely, sobering and yet exciting for the new possibilities it offers.
 
I am pleased to present to you ‘Sustainable Manufacturing – Manufacturing for Sustainability’.
 
 
Megan Lilly
Chair, Manufacturing Skills Australia
October 2008
 
 
 
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