Training on identifying and preventing human trafficking in your supply chain
Human Trafficking can occur in any sector or industry, and at any point in a supply chain. High-risk industries include fashion, agriculture, hospitality, construction, electronics and extractives. The risk of this sort of human exploitation occurring in supply chains increases for organisations that have extensive, complex or global supply chains.
This two-module course covers what modern slavery is, its prevalence in supply chains, and how its use can most effectively be prevented by organisations. Both modules contain practical scenarios relating to issues affecting organisations with human trafficking in their supply chains. These scenarios equip staff to identify and take steps to prevent this sort of human exploitation from occurring in their supply chains.
Who is this training for?
This training is suitable for a wide variety of staff including those working in procurement, compliance or risk roles as well as those working in a front-line capacity.
Note: Human Trafficking is also referred to in different countries as Modern Slavery. This training uses the latter term where referring to the law in those jurisdictions.
- Module 1: Introduction to the prevention of human trafficking
- Module 2: Preventing the use of human trafficking in the supply chain