Training for the Future


Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & Community Relations In The Oil And Gas Industry

Course Code: CSR

Dates: 30 Oct – 3 Nov | 13- 16 Nov | 27 Nov – 1 Dec

Price: £2950 Plus VAT

Duration: 1 Week /s

Duration: 1 Week

Course Overview
Corporate Social Responsibility & Community Relations in the oil and Gas Industry is designed to provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the key concepts and ideas regarding (CSR). In particular, successful delegates of this programme will be able to:
  • Describe how Corporate Social Responsibility is important in the public and private sectors
  • Develop and improve their community relations activities
  • Interpret the impact of CSR on the reputation of the organisation

  • Plan, initiate or improve CSR programmes

  • Report on their sustainability programmes


  • Suitability - Who should attend?
    This training course is designed for:
  • Corporate Affairs managers and officers

  • CSR managers and officers
  • Corporate strategists

  • Community Relations managers and officers

  • HR, Administration and Environmental managers concerned with CSR planning and implementation
  • Project managers responsible for developing and implementing CSR projects

  • Communications managers and officers responsible for internal and external reporting on sustainability


  • Learning objectives
  • Describe how Corporate Social Responsibility is important in the public and private sectors

  • Develop and Improve their community relations activities
  • Interpret the impact of CSR on the reputation of the organisation



  • Plan, initiate or improve CSR programmes

  • Report on their sustainability programmes


  • Course Content
    THE SIGNIFICANCE AND RELEVANCE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • What is the scope of CSR?

  • Who is involved? - CSR stakeholders

  • What are the risks of ignoring corporate social responsibilities?

  • Comparing the roles of Public and Private Organisations in CSR

  • Is CSR "Just Good Public Relations"?


  • SUSTAINABILITY IN PURCHASING
  • Managing a responsible Supply Chain

  • The Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code

  • Combating child labour in manufacturing

  • Controlling contractor abuses in construction

  • Maintaining ethical standards

  • Diversity in the supply chain

  • Conflict minerals policies


  • COMMUNITY RELATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
  • Working effectively with host communities

  • Managing sensitive issues including payments and relocation

  • Building successful community projects

  • Assessing social and environmental risk

  • Managing operations sustainably

  • Case studies on community relations


  • CSR STANDARDS AND REPORTING
  • Sustainability Reporting frameworks

  • The Global Reporting Initiative

  • UN Global Compact

  • International Labour Organisation instruments

  • ISO 26000

  • How to report your CSR progress

  • Model examples and class exercise using GRI Sustainability Reporting


  • CSR PERSPECTIVES
  • The politics of CSR

  • Creating shared value

  • Ethical consumerism

  • “Greenwashing”

  • CSR and tax avoidance

  • Applying Corporate Social Responsibility in non-corporate organisations

  • Future requirements for corporate responsibility

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