iPoint Inc. hosted the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to review and discuss the official guidelines recently published by DHS regarding corporate compliance with the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (2016) (“CAATSA”).
Hear directly from experts in the compliance field (iPoint Inc.) and one of the primary government agencies tasked with enforcing the relevant legislation.
This webinar was a follow-up to another we hosted together in November 2017, where we discussed overall corporate compliance with Anti-Human Trafficking (“AHT”) and Forced Labor legislation, and the role of law enforcement. The webinar echos several important topics such as due diligence and transparency from the previous webinar is focusing specifically on the guidelines for complying with CAATSA published by DHS.
A small sample of the covered topics:
How will the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) enforce the forced labor presumption in CAATSA Section 321(b)?
What should my company do if we find North Korean workers in our supply chain?
Where do I report information on suppliers overseas who are using North Korean labor?
What steps should my company take to ensure North Korean workers are not in our supply chain?
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