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Modern Slavery and Supply Chain Reporting for Business

Modern Slavery and Supply Chain Reporting for Business

By Sunil Rao

Modern Slavery and Supply Chain Reporting for Business addresses the forthcoming reporting requirements that will affect approximately 3000 Australian businesses in relation to the occurence of modern slavery in their supply chains. 

 

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    Modern Slavery and Supply Chain Reporting for Business addresses the forthcoming reporting requirements that will affect approximately 3000 Australian businesses in relation to the occurence of modern slavery in their supply chains.

    The Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), which came into force on 1 January 2019, mandates that businesses of a particular size must report on the steps they are taking to ensure modern slavery is not occuring in their own operations and their supply chains. This reporting requirement includes the production of statements that must be signed at board level and will be publicly available on a central register.

    Sunil Rao's plain-English text will be an essential guide to the new regime, because it is designed to help businesses and their legal advisors understand:

    • what constitutes "modern slavery" and what kinds of exploitation may occur in businesses' supply chains that needs to be reported under the anticipated Act (and are already required in UK and California for Australian businesses with operations there)
    • what standards businesses have to meet to comply with the law, distilled into a set of principles and flowcharts, and
    • what is required in Modern Slavery disclosure statements, in terms of content and presentation, given that these will be public documents that will be ranked and assessed by NGOs and potentially impact on business reputation.
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    ISBN: 9780455501246

    Published: 2019

    Format: Softcover

  • Table of contents

    Acknowledgements
    Table of CasesChapter 1 Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights
    Chapter 2 Modern Slavery
    Chapter 3 The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act 2010
    Chapter 4 The Modern Slavery Act: Transparency in Supply Chains Provision (UK)
    Chapter 5 Modern Slavery Act Australia
    Chapter 6 Corporate Response to Modern Slavery
    Chapter 7 Writing a Modern Slavery Disclosure Statement
    Index

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