The new Modern Slavery Legislation has been top of mind for procurement for the last year, but we are now getting down to the sharp end where affected organisations are going to have to develop their reporting plans.
In this round-table, Scott Alden will take you through the key seven steps of your modern slavery plan, providing you information and tools to ensure that you and your organisation get it right.
The round-table will be led by Scott Alden, Partner and National Head of Procurement at one of Australia's leading legal firms, Holding Redlich. In addition to his many years experience as a practicing lawyer, Scott is also a Part Time Lecturer and Course Developer - Contracting, Procurement and Probity, Masters of Law (LLM), at the College of Law and Melbourne University, as well as an accredited specialist in Government and Administrative Law (which includes tendering and procurement).
As an industry leader and expert on the new Modern Slavery Act, Scott is working with large corporates, government entities and regulators in advising on this new and complex area, including:
• Preparing and delivery a whole day Modern Slavery training course for Procurement Australia (including to NSW and Victorian local Councils)
• Advising large corporates on required contract amendments to construction contracts
• Advising Sydney Desalination Plant on its requirements to comply with the Modern Slavery legislation
• Advising Illion in relation to all aspects of the Modern Slavery legislation including preparing a Modern Slavery Action Plan, reviewing contracts and tender documents, preparing modern slavery policies and preparing the Modern Slavery Statement
• Advising Flinders Port Holdings on required contract amendments to construction contracts and purchase orders
• Advising James Hardie on its Modern Slavery Action Plan and implementation of the Plan including policy updated and contract reviews.
When registering please submit specific questions or issues that you would like to explore on the day.
|Start||November 11th, 2019. 09:30am|
|End||November 11th, 2019. 12:00pm|
|Category||Topic based special interest groups|