Ethical Supply Chain Audit
Our ethical supply chain audit has been developed in response to a legal and moral duty to reduce the impact of slavery within the global or local supply chain. Using the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights and aligned to the Ethical Trading Initiative Code, the standards within our audit can be universally adopted alongside regional or national laws.
Regardless of where the site may be, our auditor will travel and conduct a detailed 105 point audit to discover issues relating to child labour, slavery, poor pay and poor working conditions. The findings will help you to identify risk to business continuity, reputation and pricing.
What's more we'll donate 5% of every audit fee to Anti Slavery International, to help support their work around the world. Our ethical supply chain audit starts from £2500 + vat (including any travel and subsistence costs)
The global nature of logistics management means that the sector has a critical role to play in tackling modern slavery across the world. Procured services such as logistics can contain modern slavery, and it's important that companies do as much as they can to not only be compliant with the growing number of regulations related to modern slavery due diligence, but are able to illustrate that they are doing their upmost to tackle the exploitation of labour in their operations. Thank you Transformotion for developing a tool that harnesses the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
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