Question: Does the statement describe training for staff that is specifically geared towards detecting signs of slavery or trafficking?
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updated 6 months ago by theresah

On pages 8-9, the statement focuses on how there is training (to an unspecified party) on Supply Chain Awareness and Human Rights Awareness. These topics are not written about in depth so it is not clear the level at which it directly correlates with modern slavery, but there is training, to some extent, provided.

Jason Lin.....2022-11-07 18:00:21 UTC

on pg 7 it mentions that they are developing a supplier support hub for training

Christina Clouser.....2022-11-08 13:12:00 UTC

Since, code of conduct includes modern slavery. We have considered it in relation to MS training.

pg. 3

"Code of Conduct Sets fundamental expectations for all employees on upholding human rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, zero tolerance of abuses of human rights, inclusive of modern slavery and human trafficking."

pg. 7

"We are currently developing our supplier support hub intended to deliver key training and support material to help our supply partners meet Wood’s expectations."

pg. 8

“Code of Conduct Training 100% of the target group (4,600 people) completed mandatory ethics training designed to drive everyday ethical decision making and position learners as local champions of core E&C messages, enabling them to initiate conversations about conducting business with integrity and promoting a “Speak Up” culture.”

"Responsible Officer Training

Responsible Officers continue to receive 1-2-1 training on all elements of our Code of Conduct and its application to the business."

Manali Rana.....2022-11-25 13:45:22 UTC

Responsible Officer training may include "Procurement / purchasing" or "Recruitment / HR" but since not specified, it's not selected.

theresah.....2022-12-06 11:29:35 UTC