Modern Slavery Act (AU)

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Modern Slavery Act (AU)

Features
Duration
30 minutes
Assessments
1
Passmark
80%
Suitable For
Managers, employees
What you'll learn
  • To discuss the needs of expanding the definition of ‘slavery’
  • To list criteria used to identify which entities must comply with the Modern Slavery Act
  • To Identify the different types of modern slavery
  • To explain the requirements for a compliant corporate modern slavery statement
  • To understand the implications of the Modern Slavery Act for supply chains
Course Description

Modern slavery is an issue that affects everyone from consumers, who unknowingly purchase goods that are a product of modern slavery, to the supply chains from which these goods are manufactured and distributed. As organisations can assert control over their supply chains, the Australian Government has enacted legislation to require certain organisations to do so in order to prevent modern slavery from occurring.

This course outlines what modern slavery is and what is expected of these particular organisations to help eradicate this practice. It will also explain the responsibilities of our organisation to ensure that we comply with modern slavery legislation.

Prerequisites

No prerequisites or requirements.

$55.00 CCIWA Member Price
$82.50 Non-Member Price
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