March 7, 2016

Programme Details

Stage 1 – Learn:

This half day workshop will teach you all you need to know about how to ensure compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 – A UK law firm will participate and topics covered will include:

  • About Section 54 of Transparency in Supply Chain and the statement’s requirements
  • Case studies on how to carry out due diligence through risk assessment and supply chain mapping
  • How to implement remediation in the supply chain
  • The reporting alignments between Modern Slavery Act, UNGP and California Transparency in Supply Chain Act

Stage 2 – Apply:

Bespoke specialist support will be provided to guide you through specific activities being undertaken to ensure to your brand’s compliance with the Act, directly related to the needs and core values of your company.  Examples of the activities this support might cover are:

  • Drafting slavery and human rights policies to complement the statement
  • Assessing and strengthening your existing due diligence
  • Identifying which sections of the business or supply chain carry the highest risks, and what the steps are to manage these risks
  • Understanding the business case for mapping your supply chain
  • Measuring the effectiveness of your processes through creating relevant and achievable KPIs
  • Access to remediation**
  • Creating processes for identifying supplier training requirements
  • Aligning Modern Slavery reporting with UNGP and California Transparency in Supply Chain Act
  • Drafting a final statement
  • Identifying and implementing supplier training**
  • Mapping your supply chain using specialist software**

Stage 3 – Collaborate:

An interactive Chatham House Rule roundtable, expertly chaired, to facilitate the sharing of successes, challenges, learning and experience amongst your peers.  The aim is to find a shared common approach to implementing activities under the Act which is cost effective, efficient, and maximises leverage with suppliers.

**these activities are a specialist in-depth service and will require additional support time beyond that allocated in the programme costs if implemented in full. If you have specific queries about any of these and how much support they may require please contact Francesca Mangano (Francesca.Mangano@made-by.org).