Section 1:

Key Content

Level 1

  • Description of what business does & who is responsible for modern slavery
  • What is known about the structure of: the business, parent company, , contractors and supply chain
  • What is not known (e.g. names of Tier 2 suppliers, terms of employment of contractors, where recruitment agencies are used)

Level 2

As Level 1, plus:

  • Plan and process to map unknowns from Column 1
  • Description of communication strategy with suppliers and other key stakeholders
  • Description of relationships with workers’ organisations

Level 3

As Level 2, plus:

  • Detailed map of the supply chain highlighting key areas of risk
  • Detailed map of business structures and relationships with suppliers & contractors, including roles and responsibilities
  • Refinement of mapping plan from Column 2 to respond to previously identified risks and mitigation measures

Suggested information to include

  • Registered name of company
  • Name of Director or equivalent signing off report
  • Main products and services
  • Suppliers to include goods, services, goods not for resale, labour provides and contractors
  • Supplier business relationships (e.g. seasonal, long term, percentage of factory product supplied to you)
  • Description of the nature of the labour force in own operations and supply chains (e.g. use of temporary / seasonal workers; home workers, migrant workers recruited through labour agencies, agency workers)
  • Countries and regions of operation (of business, supply chain, etc.)
  • Main changes in structure since last statement
  • Structured working relationship with trade unions / worker organisations to help manage modern slavery risk
  • Cross departmental senior leadership of modern slavery work
  • Indication of plans to work with unions or other workers’ organisations to address modern slavery risks