Webinar: North Korean Forced Labor in the Global Supply Chain

Why hiding behind a policy is not enough - A discussion with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

 

iPoint Inc. will be hosting the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to discuss what companies need to consider in the preparation and compliance efforts with Anti-Human Trafficking and Forced Labor legislation.  North Korean forced labor in global provision chains and the need for responsible due diligence will be the primary theme of discussion, supported by topics including:

•    Scoping compliance applicability: Wholly or in-part
•    The need to act now
•    The benefits of transparency from a DHS/ICE perspective
•    Benefits of corrective action
•    Related Canadian legislation and global trends


Why you should join:

With a rare opportunity to hear it directly from a government agency, the webinar will provide participants with invaluable insight into the role of the federal government in anti-human trafficking.  The presenters of the webinar will discuss how modern-day slavery can be found in corporate supply chains, and what can be done to mitigate risk to your business.  
Of equal importance, the webinar will shed light on why your company is at risk for having a policy without transparency, and what you can do about it.

This webinar is highly recommended for any corporate function that participates in business, from supply chain to legal, procurement to financial, and CSR to marketing.

 

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Presenters:
Kenneth J F Kennedy, Senior Policy Advisor Forced Labor Programs, US Department of Homeland Security

Tolga Yaprak, Senior Consultant, Compliance & Social Responsibility, iPoint Inc.

Date & Time

Thu, Nov 16, 2017

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST