0345 4506120

The Implications for Organisations of the Modern Slavery Act

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Directors, finance and procurement professionals, internal auditors, compliance officers, operational risk managers, ethics, HR and security officers and all those responsible for implementing supply chain programmes and ethical best practices in their organisations.  

Learning Objectives

Teresa May describes modern slavery as the great human rights issue of our time. As Home Secretary she introduced the Modern Slavery Act, which contains a ground-breaking transparency provision requiring organisations over a certain size to disclose each year what action they have taken to ensure there is no modern slavery in their operations or supply chains. This half-day course considers the practical implications of the Act – it only applies explicitly to larger organisations but its effects are already being felt by SMEs. Delegates will learn about the key indicators of modern slavery risk and the type of actions they should be taking to prevent it – in their own business and in their suppliers. They will review specimen transparency statements and consider the key issue of reputational risk around non-compliance. The course is highly interactive with practical tips, case studies and lessons learned from a review of recent cases and headlines.  

Course Content

  • International context
  • Definitions, scale and types of modern slavery
  • Overview of the Modern Slavery Act
  • S 54 and the Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement
  • Organisations affected, responsibility for the statements and publication requirements
  • Risk assessment – an analysis of the key risk areas both in the UK and around the world
  • The Home Office guidance – the steps that organisations should be taking to prevent slavery and human trafficking in their business and in their supply chains
  • The key due diligence steps relating to supply chains
  • The consequences of failing to comply with the Act
  • Examples of transparency statements  

Privacy Notice

In order to provide you with the service requested we will need to retain and use your contact information in accordance with our Privacy Notice. If you choose to provide us with this information you explicitly consent to us using the information as necessary to provide the request service to you. If you do not agree please do not proceed to request the service from us.

Marketing Permissions

Would you like to receive our newsletter and other information on products and services which we think will be of interest to you by email. We will always treat your information with care and in accordance with our Privacy Notice. You are free to withdraw this permission at any time.

 

Online Courses

You may prefer an online course if you are looking for a flexible and cost-effective solution. Online courses allow you to study at your own pace, at a time that suits you.

We have the following eLearning options available:

Our Customers Include