It includes: Slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour, debt bondage and human trafficking
Please take some time to read about how Asda are combatting modern slavery within our business process and supply chains and assisting survivors to move forward with their lives in our most recent Modern Slavery Statement
Modern slavery is a complex issue that is estimated to impact over 40m people worldwide and 136k in the UK. All suppliers to Asda should be aware of this and we are pleased to offer
FREE online web-based training modules in collaboration with Stronger Together and Walmart to support our suppliers and your own supply chains to educate and raise awareness of the issues.
To access the training materials, click here, and register.
Suppliers are encouraged to access the following modules and share these across your business and supply chains:
A foundational level e-Learning that brings awareness to the challenges surrounding forced labour.
A foundational level e-Learning that brings awareness to the challenges surrounding Modern Slavery.
Learn potential forced labour indicators across various supply chains in specific industries. This intermediate-level module will share insight into the world of forced labour and what you can do to help combat this issue.
Please be aware of the following indicators of modern slavery and what to do if you have concerns for someone’s safety.
Someone in conditions of modern slavery may: Show signs of physical or psychological abuse Appear malnourished / unkempt, anxious / agitated and seem withdrawn Have their movements controlled / restricted Be under the influence of others Live in dirty and cramped accommodation Appear reluctant to seek help Avoids eye contact or communication