Corporate Social Responsibility - The Modern Slavery Act and Transparency in Supply Chains
Businesses are increasingly being held accountable for what is happening in supply chains and are now expected to communicate what is being done to ensure that Human Rights of those working in their operations are being respected. The introduction of legislation, such as the Modern Slavery Act, is evidence of this pervasive transparency trend.
Developing a strategic approach to meeting these challenges is an essential part of an effective and efficient responsible sourcing programme. Valpak can provide a service to assist businesses to identify and understand responsible sourcing risks within supply chains. The ‘TRACE’ system will empower businesses to make informed decisions for priority areas and to demonstrate a genuine commitment to being a responsible business.
These events will provide delegates with an introduction to the UK Modern Slavery Act in the broader suite of ethical trade trends and provide a demonstration of ‘TRACE’, Valpak's online data portal that has been designed to help organisations to carry out supply chain assessments.
Who should attend?
The content of this webinar is relevant to those that are responsible for:
- supply chain management
- corporate social responsibility
- ensuring that an organisations
sustainability and environmental goals are met
Date & Time
This seminar will be held at our head office -
address and directions here.
|26 April 2017 - 10:00am to
|12 July 2017 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
|24 August 2017 - 10:00pm to
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