When to use this model modern slavery and human trafficking statement

[Recruitment/Agency workers] policy

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[Recruitment/Agency workers] policy The organisation uses only specified, reputable employment agencies to source labour and always verifies the practices of any new agency it is using before accepting workers from that agency. [Describe the process by which risks of slavery and human trafficking are addressed in relation to agency workers, including examples (not necessarily named) of instances where action has been taken as a result of the risk of slavery and human trafficking.]

  • [ [Any other policies relevant to the organisation's business or sector] Organisations may have other relevant policies to which they can refer, for example a corporate social responsibility policy, which should be accompanied by the steps taken to implement the policy and any examples where it has been used to address slavery and human trafficking risks.]

    Due diligence

    The organisation undertakes due diligence when considering taking on new suppliers, and regularly reviews its existing suppliers. The organisation's due diligence and reviews include [select the relevant actions from the list below]:

    • mapping the supply chain broadly to assess particular product or geographical risks of modern slavery and human trafficking;

    • evaluating the modern slavery and human trafficking risks of each new supplier [this may be part of a more general human rights or labour rights assessment];

    • reviewing on a regular basis all aspects of the supply chain based on the supply chain mapping;

    • conducting supplier audits or assessments through [the organisation's own staff/third party auditor], which have a greater degree of focus on slavery and human trafficking where general risks are identified;

    • creating an annual risk profile for each supplier;

    • taking steps to improve substandard suppliers' practices, including providing advice to suppliers through [third party auditor] and requiring them to implement action plans [provide examples];

    • participating in collaborative initiatives focused on human rights in general, and slavery and human trafficking in particular [provide examples such as participation in "Stronger together" or "Ethical trading" initiatives];

    • using [details of ethical supplier database], where suppliers can be checked for their labour standards, compliance in general, and modern slavery and human trafficking in particular; and

    • invoking sanctions against suppliers that fail to improve their performance in line with an action plan or seriously violate our supplier code of conduct, including the termination of the business relationship [provide examples].

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