Take the guesswork out of managing your modern slavery risks.

What is modern slavery?

Modern slavery occurs when vulnerable people are exploited for personal gain or commercial profit. With more than 40 million people estimated to live and work in slavery or slavery-like conditions globally, it is a serious human rights issue that must be addressed urgently.

Businesses are increasingly coming under pressure from regulators and activists to address modern slavery risks and demonstrate their commitment to protect the human rights of workers in their operations and supply chains.

Why

it’s important to business

Being linked to slavery practices will impact reputation, brand value and your social licence to operate. Directors and managers must understand and address the potential or actual harm caused to workers across their value chain.

What

you need
to do

While modern slavery is a relatively new issue for the business sector, most companies already have systems and processes in place that can help address the issue. With the right tools, knowledge and resources, taking the first step is not as challenging as it may first appear.

How

we can
help you

Supporting businesses to understand modern slavery or human rights risks, identify gaps in systems and processes and develop practical action plans is second nature to us. It’s what we’ve been doing for more than 25 years. We’re here to help.

We have the tools to help manage your modern slavery risks

Having worked with business, government and NGOs for close to three decades, our suite of tools and practical know-how helps businesses manage their modern slavery risks practically and efficiently.

prepare a Modern
Slavery Statement as

required by Australian
& UK law.

Thousands of Australian businesses will be required to prepare their first Modern Slavery Statement by December 2020. Our operational gap analysis, supplier risk prioritisation process, supplier surveys and risk-based reports will inform your Modern Slavery Statement. We’ll work with you to save time and money and ensure you comply with the legislative reporting requirements (or go beyond compliance if you wish).

prepare a Modern
Slavery Statement as

required by Australian
& UK law.

Thousands of Australian businesses will be required to prepare their first Modern Slavery Statement by December 2020. Our operational gap analysis, supplier prioritisation process, supplier surveys and risk-based reports will all help build your Modern Slavery Statement. We’ll work with you to save time and money and ensure you comply with the legislation.

Our tools help you to

Engage

Key internal and external stakeholders to support and enhance your risk management program.

Identify

Sources and levels of modern slavery risk to your business operations, partnerships and extended supply chains.

Create

Practical and realistic modern slavery action plans that address risk and enhance your reputation as a responsible business.

Contact us for a free demonstration

Contact us for a free demonstration