Modern Slavery Act 2015: key legal requirements
9th October 2015
The Modern Slavery Act came into force on March 26, 2015. It is designed to address the problem of human trafficking and slavery in the 21st century. Clause 54 sets out provisions regarding supply chain transparency.
This report from CLT Envirolaw gives you everything you need to know about the new Act; what it means for your business, what has to be included in the slavery and human trafficking statement, and what enforcement action can be taken.
Read a new blog post from CLT Envirolaw’s director Colleen Theron, outlining 10 steps to take following the Modern Slavery Act 2015, here.
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