It also states that organisations can include information on the parts of the business and supply chains where there is a risk of slavery and human trafficking taking place and the steps taken to address and manage their risk.
What is human rights due diligence?
It is such a measure of prudence, activity or assiduity as is properly expected from a reasonable person. In the context of the UNGPs, human rights due diligence comprises on-going management processes that a reasonable and prudent enterprise needs to undertake.
The organisation’s due diligence processes, whether on modern slavery and human trafficking, or environment, should aim to identify and address potential risks and strive for continual improvement.
Ardea International understands that businesses and organisations have to ensure that they establish robust due diligence procedures to underpin their modern slavery statements or any reporting disclosure. There are good legal reasons for companies to ensure they have proper due diligence procedures in place.
What we offer:
Ardea supports its clients with the following due diligence services:
- facilitating the completion of our modern slavery compliance due diligence bench-marking checklist
- developing robust policies
- helping companies to implement the principles in their policies by establishing robust due diligence procedures. For example, procurement policies, whistle blowing policies, grievance mechanisms
- undertaking gap analysis on what a company currently has in place versus their objectives in relation to compliance and best practice
- developing a responsible business programme