Our position on Modern Slavery
We are opposed to all forms of modern slavery and forced labour in our industry, our business operations, and in the operations of our suppliers.
We are committed to ensuring that modern slavery is not present within our business and supply chains.
What is modern slavery?
Modern slavery is an umbrella term for situations in which a person is forcibly or subtly controlled by an individual or a group, for the purpose of exploitation. Modern slavery can happen in a variety of ways, such as forced labour, child labour, human trafficking, debt slavery, deceptive recruiting for labour and/or services, and exploitation of minimum wage requirements.
We have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and we are committed to tackling modern slavery throughout our supply chains, consistent with our disclosure obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth).
What are we doing about modern slavery?
We are establishing working practices that enable us to monitor and reduce modern slavery risk within our business and supply chains.
The energy industry has actively identified opportunities to integrate sustainable procurement procedures and implement a human rights compliance program. These have been documented in the Energy Procurement Supply Association (EPSA) report, Respecting Human Rights in our Supply Chains. This report is a practical guide to understanding business and moral challenges, and will help shape the development of appropriate mechanisms to detect, manage and report human rights issues in the future.