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A compilation of articles, highlighting the depth and complexity of this world wide problem. 

A compilation of articles, highlighting the depth and complexity of this world wide problem. 

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A compilation of articles, highlighting the depth and complexity of this world wide problem. 

How Bill S-211 has forced companies to better understand supply chains

Are companies truly prepared to understand their complex supply chains in light of evolving forced labor legislation? Canada’s Bill S-211 mandates reporting on forced and child labor within supply chains, pushing for a deeper integration of ESG and CSR with traditional health and safety practices. The first reporting deadline was May 31, and non-compliance could result in fines up to $250,000.

Brad Gates, senior vice president at Ethixbase360, shared insights on the impact of Canada’s Bill S-211. This legislation mandates reporting on forced and child labor within supply chains, emphasizing the need for thorough risk assessments and proactive engagement with high-risk suppliers. Gates highlights the importance of understanding your supply chain and leveraging technology for compliance. As regulations evolve, will your organization be ready to meet these new challenges?

Discover more by visiting the original source: How Bill S-211 has forced companies to better understand supply chains.

 

 

 

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