Preventing Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking Through Supply Chain Compliance
It is a sad truth that an organization's supply chain may unknowingly include entities and individuals who traffic in slavery, forced labor and child labor. In an effort to stamp out these human rights abuses, more laws are coming into effect that require organizations to disclose the efforts they are making to ensure that no slavery, forced labor or child labor is included within their supply chain. Laws like the United Kingdom Modern Day Slavery Act, California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and US federal legislation around government contracting require transparency and disclosure around supply chain management.
Spark will help you to demonstrate your organization's commitment against modern slavery and your dedication to protecting human rights by implementing effective policies and procedures throughout your supply chain.
- Modern Slavery Risk Assessments
- Modern Slavery Prevention Recommendations and Prevention Plan Implementation
- Assistance with Modern Slavery Response drafting and publishing
- Prevention of Modern Slavery and Red Flag Recognition Training