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This supplementary information table supports reporting on green procurement activities in accordance with the Policy on Green Procurement.
The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) is bound by the Federal Sustainable Development Act but did not develop an optional 2022–23 Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy (DSDS) Report. Instead, to comply with the reporting requirements under the Policy on Green Procurement for 2022 to 2023, the Reporting on Green Procurement supplementary information table was prepared and listed in the 2022–23 Departmental Results Report.
Greening government: The Government of Canada will transition to low carbon, climate-resilient, and green operations.
|FSDS target||FSDS contributing action(s)||Corresponding departmental action(s)||Starting point(s), performance indicator(s), target(s)||Results achieved||Contribution by each departmental result to the FSDS goal and target|
|Actions supporting the Greening Government goal and the Policy on Green Procurement||Support for green procurement will be strengthened, including guidance, tools and training for public service employees||As a Small Department and Agency CCOHS has not yet prepared a DSDS and does not expect to do so until November 2023. In anticipation of meeting this commitment, CCOHS has created a position that includes sustainability as part of its responsibility.||Starting Point: A position has been created that includes sustainability as part
of its responsibility.
Performance Indicator: Complete recruitment to fill the position that includes sustainability as part of its responsibility.
Target: 1 position
|Result: Recruitment was completed for one position that includes sustainability as part of its responsibility. The incumbent has engaged with the Sustainable Development Office and begun work to meet obligations related to sustainability.||not applicable|
During the 2022–23 reporting cycle, CCOHS had no proposals that required a strategic environmental assessment, and no public statements were produced.