Risks of Human Trafficking and Slavery for Supply Chain Professionals
|New online courses from the University of Delaware
- Human Rights of Workers in Supply Chains
- Textile and Apparel Product Safety
- Impact of Corporate Purchasing Practices
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Over 2,300 supply chain professionals from 39 countries have successfully completed UD's Risks of Human Trafficking and Slavery for Supply Chain Professionals course, and 100 companies have used the course to train their employees or teams in industries including apparel, footwear, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, retail, biotech, food processing, jewelry, packaging, telecommunications and electronics. The University of Delaware is the only on-demand online training provider on the topic of human trafficking and compliance.
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) requires
retailers and manufacturers doing business in California to
publicly declare their efforts to train company employees
and management on human trafficking and slavery in
Retailers and manufacturers need a time-efficient, concise and
globally available learning resource for sourcing managers to gain
experience about human trafficking and slavery in supply chains, both for their own corporate social responsibility goals, and to comply with the California law.
This online short course provides foundational knowledge and
skills using scenarios modified from actual business cases.
of human trafficking and slavery in supply chains
human trafficking and slavery risks in company supply chains
Support prevention and mitigation efforts when human trafficking and slavery is suspected
This is a joint course offered by the University of Delaware and the
Cahn Group, LLC, a corporate responsibility consultancy. Course
creators and instructors are Marsha Dickson, Ph.D., a leading authority
on corporate responsibility in supply chains, and Doug Cahn,
a 20-year veteran of corporate responsibility programs. More...
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