Walk Free Foundation+MSA incidents remediation

MSA incidents remediation

Did the company explain the corrective steps it has taken (or would take) in response to identified problems or incidents?

Metric value
Filtered answers
30 Known
+ 0 Unknown
= 30 Total results
Companies Values
Mitsubishi Corporation
2015 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
John Lewis Partnership
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
Kellogg Co.
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
Jaguar Land Rover
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
DS Smith
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
Marks and Spencer Group plc
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
General Mills Inc.
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
2016 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
Co-operative Group Ltd.
2017 = Yes /Yes,No,In Development
BFS Group Ltd
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Flextronics International
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Tata Steel Europe
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Vodafone Group Plc
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Oxford University Press
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Nestlé UK
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Economist Group
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
New Look Retail Group
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Sky plc
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development
Yazaki Corporation
2016 = No /Yes,No,In Development

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Metric Type
Research Policy
Community Assessed
Report Type
Modern Slavery Statement
Value Type

Yes , No and In Development


Has the company outlined a process through which if a supplier is found to be engaging in any activities related to modern slavery or human trafficking, the supplier is subject to consequences set out by the company. Does the company flag such issues to senior management, take action to correct the behaviour (through Corrective Action Plans for example) or cancel the supplier’s contract? This is not necessarily reliant on metric 11- companies can not have identified a case of modern slavery, but still have remediation policies in place.

For further information on Corrective Action please refer to the Walk Free Foundation Guidance, page 31 - 34.


This metric not necessarily reliant on 'MSA incidents identified'- even if a company has not have identified a case of modern slavery, they can still have remediation policies in place and describe these. Where the company has identified at least one incident of slavery, this question can be answered in relation to their response to those incidents. Where the company has not identified any incidents of slavery, this question should be answered on the basis of whether they describe a clear plan for re-mediating such incidents should they be identified in future. Please respond “Yes”/ ”No” as appropriate and include a comment that copies relevant information from the statement. If the business indicates it is developing a remediation policy or planning to implement one in the future, please indicate “In Development” and again provide details in the comment.

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