Webinar: Develop modern slavery risk analysis and handling framework

5 Sept, 9am GMT

Now in its third year, and combined with The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and anticipated EU, Australian and Canadian legislation, The UK Modern Slavery Act is arguably transforming corporate supply chains.

To help you to keep up with this transformation and to ensure that your company is well equipped to identify areas of greater risk and address those with appropriate resources listen to the webinar recording below.

  • Design the process to identify areas of greater risk in your supply chain
  • Develop company-specific risk management model to frame and underpin the anti-modern slavery efforts
  • Secure appropriate resource allocation to handling modern slavery risk versus other human rights risks
  • Ensure that identified risks are addressed and your strategy leads to a clear action across departments

Vanessa Di Cuffa

People Change Director

ABP Food Group

Eric-Paul Schat

Senior Director Sustainability,
Environment, Health & Safety

NXP Semiconductors

Dmitry Elizarov


Front Group Ltd

If you found this of interest, take a look at the upcoming Second Global Modern Slavery and Supply Chain Summit on 14 November 2017, London. Both Eric-Paul and Vanessa will be speaking at the event. The conference provides targeted debates and actionable insights around the issues that matter the most and will be held under the Chatham House Rule. Over 20 speakers will share practical examples on how to move beyond statement to implementing your company’s strategy on eradicating forced labour, including The Body Shop, JLL, Co-op, Roche, Sainsbury’s, Twinings, EDF Energy.

Find out more about the 2nd Global Modern Slavery & Supply Chain Summit