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“Our strong intention is to create resources that are open-source for the entire sector, and that remove the barriers for suppliers to engage with our members on these issues. It is for that reason that the supplier questionnaire developed for this platform will be freely available for anyone to use, and it will be free for suppliers to log into the platform and provide responses to these questions. By only answering these questions once on the platform, we are also streamlining the reporting burden on our supply chain, a critical component of this initiative.”
National Policy Manager Sustainability & Regulatory Affairs
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The first steps towards equipping your Tier 1 suppliers to combat modern slavery in the lower tiers of your supply chain involves knowing what to ask. The right questions will help you to understand where they are now and what gaps do exist. We’ve put together a cheatsheet of questions to ask your key suppliers.
Your first annual Modern Slavery Statement sets the foundations for your efforts, but where to from there? Managing human rights in supply chains that may span many countries and be highly opaque can seem an almost-impossible proposition at first. This is why companies should take a multi-year, staged approach. This article is intended to help you prepare your second modern slavery statement.
Even with the best of intentions, combating Modern Slavery can initially seem an arduous task for companies, especially where supply chains span borders and are complex and multi-tiered in nature. With this in mind, we have compiled this list of five key steps which companies should take towards ensuring that their Modern Slavery Statements are more than words on a page.