One key reporting requirement of the Modern Slavery Act is for organisations to show evidence that they have identified their modern slavery risks. Assessing these risks in wide and complex supply chains can seem like an overwhelming exercise. How can an organisation possibly do that across thousands of suppliers operating in so many different countries?
The round table session will help participants navigate through different approaches to undertake modern slavery supply chain risk assessment in a time of constrained financial and human resources and with very diverting priorities.
It will start with a short presentation of typical challenges and solutions such as using risk indicators, supplier evaluation systems, third party risk modules… Most of the session will then be dedicated to a practical conversation between the facilitator and the participants around their own challenges and how they could be managed.
Jean-Louis Haie. Jean-Louis is a passionate sustainable procurement advisor with 12 years of international experience in the consultancy sector.
Jean-Louis is based in Sydney and leads Action Sustainability’s sustainable procurement and supply chain management services in the Asia Pacific region. For the past 4 years, he’s been leading Australia on the project of ISO 20400, the first international guidance standard on sustainable procurement and published in April 2017. He is also a regular speaker in national and international events around sustainable procurement and is an expert member of the UN Sustainable Public Procurement program.
The time of this session is:
12.00-1.30PM AEST (BNE, SYD, MELB)
|Start||May 5th, 2020. 12:00pm|
|End||May 5th, 2020. 13:30pm|
|Status||Event Details Closed|
|Category||One off sessions|