160049 – Human Trafficking Prevention
Human Trafficking Prevention explains what human trafficking is and outlines organizations corporate social commitment to prevent it.
Learners will be able to identify where and how human trafficking occurs, as well as the red flags associated with it. This course also details human rights due diligence and monitoring procedures that employees are expected to comply with in order to prevent human trafficking within their organization and supply chains.
Lastly, this course explains the consequences of noncompliance and teaches employees how to report known or suspected violations of organizational policy or the law.
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Key Terms: bonded labor | child labor | child sex trafficking | child soldiers | due diligence | forced labor | human rights | human trafficking | modern slavery | monitoring | non-retaliation | red flags | reporting | sex trafficking | sexual exploitation | supply chain | third parties | third party | Modern Slavery Act | warning signs