[Webinar] Getting Ahead in Your Human Trafficking & Slavery Program

[Webinar] Getting Ahead in Your Human Trafficking & Slavery Program

Human trafficking and slavery risk management programs are fast becoming essential due diligence initiatives, particularly for companies in scope of the UK Modern Slavery Act (MSA), U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (CA-TiSCA). Achieving compliance with these and other regulations is easier if the right tools are available.

In our upcoming webinar, Assent’s Customer Success Manager, Samantha Kowal, explains how to leverage the Slavery & Trafficking Risk Template (STRT) to improve your human trafficking and slavery program.

[Webinar] Getting Ahead in Your Human Trafficking & Slavery Program. Register now.

About the STRT

The STRT is an open-source, industry-standard template companies can use to comply with regulations like these and improve their supply-chain related disclosures. This self-assessment questionnaire (Excel format) facilitates the collection of data on human trafficking and modern slavery-related risks from a company’s suppliers. Once acquired, this data can be used to inform the design and implementation of supply chain visibility strategies and risk mitigation activities.

Join the Conversation

On October 31, 2017, at 2:00 PM ET, join our webinar to hear Assent’s Samantha Kowal explain how the STRT helps companies collect and leverage supply chain data in their compliance programs to meet their regulatory requirements.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Gain an overview of various human trafficking and slavery laws
  • Learn about the STRT and how to use it
  • Identify common mistakes and best practices when filling out and submitting the STRT
  • Get expert tips on developing a compliance program

Leveraging the STRT within a well-structured compliance program will help you and your company meet the requirements of human trafficking and slavery regulations. Don’t miss this webinar! Register here.

For more information on this webinar, or human trafficking and slavery due diligence, contact us at info@assentcompliance.com.