Question: In the modern slavery statement, does the company explain one or more of the corrective steps it has taken (or would take) in response to modern slavery incidents in their operations and/or supply chain?
Answer:
Corrective action plan,
Senior management,
Cancel contracts
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Walk Free
Acushnet Group
2016
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updated almost 2 years ago by Gabby

6. Steps taken to assess the effectiveness of slavery policies

- The Acushnet Group Compliance Committee has worldwide responsibility to address compliance issues related to the Group's business. The Compliance Committee meets regularly and develops policies and procedures for many issues, including the inclusion of provisions in multiple compliance documents prohibiting child or forced labour (e.g. the Group's Supplier Citizenship Policy and Code of Business Conduct and Ethics), updating these where necessary.

- Failures to meet any of these standards by employees, contractors or suppliers are addressed by the Committee and by the senior management of the Group.

- The Group will terminate employees and contractors, and it may terminate an entire supplier relationship

Lan Tran.....2017-09-01 03:36:53 UTC

Periodic third-party on-site audits for many suppliers are conducted on each of the eleven categories listed in thePolicy. If concerns are identified, suppliers must produce corrective action plans describing how theywill resolve issues uncovered in audits.2

Gabby.....2021-04-29 01:05:31 UTC

This Committee acts swiftly to respond to any detection of modern slavery or human traffickingpractices. Failures to meet any of these standards by employees, contractors or suppliers areaddressed by the Committee and by the senior management of the Group.3

Gabby.....2021-04-29 01:05:53 UTC

The Group may terminate a supplier relationship if serious

non-compliance is discovered (such as child or forced labour) if it is not immediately addressed or ifother instances of non-compliance continue.3

Gabby.....2021-04-29 01:06:15 UTC