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What does the Modern Slavery Act mean for your business?

Entities based or operating in Australia are now subject to two new pieces of legislation requiring them to report on the risks of modern slavery in their operations and supply chains and the actions taken to address those risks. Businesses affected by the NSW Legislation can be fined up to $1.1M for non-compliance.

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Who is Fair Supply?

Fair Supply is a professional services firm that leverages world leading subject matter expertise and legal training to provide businesses with multidisciplinary and profitable solutions to comply with the NSW and Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act.

About the Author

Kimberly Randle - Executive Director and Principal Lawyer

Kimberly is an experienced, and innovative human rights advocate specialising in modern slavery. Kimberly began her career at top tier law firms in both Australia and the United States and most recently held the role as Senior Director of Corporate and Legal for International Justice Mission Australia. Kimberly is a sought-after expert and speaker in the field of modern slavery and has been called upon to provide evidence for both the NSW and Commonwealth Parliamentary Inquiries into Human Trafficking.

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The Commonwealth Department of Home Affairs has released The Modern Slavery Act 2019 Draft Guidance for Reporting Entities (29 March 2019) (“Draft Guidance”).   

The 72-page document provides affected entities with instructions for compliance with the Modern Slavery Reporting Requirement. 

This document provides a short summary of the Draft Guidance and comments on some of its key aspects.

The Modern Slavery Act 2018 - Draft Guidance for Reporting Entities.

in under 3 minutes

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MLC Centre, Level 22,
19-29 Martin Place, Sydney, 2000
02 8091 4348 | info@fairsupply.com.au