Make your Water Action Plan

March 28, 2018 Amanda Skeldon

Step 1 – Understand the business case

Your organisation uses water. Water is an essential resource that must be protected.

Review the ‘Business Case for Water’

Watch ‘How to create a Smart Water Plan’

Step 2 – Understand your risks and opportunities

Identify how water impacts your organisation and where you need to focus resources.

Use the ‘Understand your relationship with water framework’

Use the framework for key locations, products/services

Step 3 – Check geographical risks

Your organisation, supply chain, and customers work in locations where water may impact operations

Check the issues you need to respond to using ‘Resources for water management’

Check key locations – also consider suppliers’ locations

Step 4 –  Consider actions you can take

Use the ‘Water actions checklist’ to help you find relevant actions for your organisation to manage water impacts

Use the evidence from steps 2 & 3 in the business case for these actions

 

 

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