Understand the responsibilities and best practice associated with tackling modern slavery in UK businesses.
Detected cases of modern slavery within the UK are escalating. Forced labour is a hidden crime undertaken by exploitative individuals and criminal gangs. Many employers are not aware of how this exploitation may be taking place in their businesses and UK supply chains today. No business is free from risk; high-risk sectors include those whose businesses and UK supply chains are characterised by a high proportion of migrant workers undertaking unskilled and irregular work.
Developed and delivered by experienced practitioners this pragmatic training, available online and face-to-face, will ensure you are informed and equipped to address forced labour, implement good practice and minimise the risk to your business.
If you work in the construction industry we recommend our sector specific workshop ‘Tackling Modern Slavery in the Construction Sector’.
There is one free delegate place per organisation* on open workshops for ALP members**, GLAA licence holders, charities, NGOs and UK based suppliers of own label product or goods and services not for resale to sponsors of the Consumer Goods programme. Free places for those who are eligible renew every 3 years.
*This is one free place per organisation, not per workshop/per site. **Free place only valid if ALP Membership is in place at workshop date.
If you are eligible for a free delegate place, please email email@example.com to submit your request to book this workshop. Please provide your name, your organisation, the name of the workshop you would like to attend and contact information. Stronger Together will verify your eligibility and provide further booking instructions.
For all other places, select your date from the list above and book your workshop online.