Transdev Australia has recommitted to continuing sound social business practices with the release of its latest Modern Slavery Statement.
The statement outlines the company’s actions to achieve fair, ethical and proper social, environmental and governance practices to combat modern slavery. Modern slavery can take many forms of exploitation from forced labour to unlawful acts.
Transdev Australia and New Zealand CEO Brian Brennan said Transdev was committed to upholding human rights.
A rigorous Transdev risk assessment found no specific instances of modern slavery. However, areas at greater risk in supply chains included: cleaning, security, uniform production and bus manufacturing.
Transdev’s Chief Legal and Commercial Officer and Country Ethics and Compliance Officer, Nathan Lanthois, said the continued publication of the statement was a key milestone in achieving positive change.
Transdev also has additional controls to reduce modern slavery risks.
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