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Modern slavery risk assessment workshops

According to the 2014 Global Slavery Index, over 45 million people currently live in slavery and annual estimated profits generated as a result of forced labour amount to $US150bn.

Under the UK’s Modern Slavery Act commercial organisations supplying goods or services and with a turnover in excess of £36m are required to publish a slavery and human trafficking statement each financial year.

GoodCorporation has conducted Modern Slavery workshops for some of our clients, using key performance indicators to assess how effective a company has been in ensuring that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of the business or supply chain.

Using a set of tailored materials our Modern Slavery Workshops aim to help organisations:

  • Identify and assess potential risk areas in supply chains and in the wider business.
  • Help the business understand the ‘salient’ risks
  • Identify the procedures needed to help mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring in supply chains and the wider business.

The output from the workshop is a set of specific modern slavery and human rights risks, plotted on an impact/likelihood matrix with a tabular assessment of the risks and proposed mitigation action.

The output from the workshop can then be used in the organisation’s Modern Slavery Statement.

We have appointed an independent third party, GoodCorporation, to conduct an externally facilitated review to bring insights on ways to we can tackle slavery and human trafficking.

Gatwick Airport, Modern Slavery Statement, 2016

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