Modern Slavery Statement
The Modern Slavery Statement below is a reflection of the SAI360 Modern Slavery Policy, which took effect on January 1, 2019, and is reviewed by our Board of Directors annually. This statement is being made public in cooperation with the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018.
This is SAI360’s Modern Slavery Statement which sets out the measures in place at SAI360 and will continue to evolve to ensure there is no slavery and human trafficking in our business operations and supply chain.
SAI Global Compliance Inc. (dba SAI360) is opposed to all forms of slavery including human trafficking, servitude, forced labor, forced or servile marriage, the sale and exploitation of children, and debt bondage. We recognize that modern slavery is a growing and complex problem, best tackled by collective commitment and responsibility to bring it to an end and we are committed to working with all our stakeholders to fulfil this common goal. Additionally, through our learning and cloud-based services, SAI360 is playing a front-line role in exposing modern day slavery through education and our supply chain risk management tools.
SAI360 delivers B2B learning and software as a service (SaaS) solutions to a global audience. We are the leading ESG cloud provider connecting GRC, EHS, Sustainability and Learning. Based in the United States, SAI360 maintains offices in the Americas, APAC and EMEA including US, UK, Netherlands, Lithuania and Australia.
Our Risk Level and Actions Taken
Due to the nature of our services and thoroughness of our hiring practices, we assess the risk of modern slavery within our organization to be low.
SAI360 employees are required to review and attest to the SAI360 Code of Business Conduct, Whistleblower Policy and Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy upon hiring and then annually thereafter. Our Business Code of Conduct outlines the expectations of employees to maintain the highest standards of ethical behavior and very clearly states that unethical or illegal behavior will not be tolerated.
Due to the nature of our services, the limited number of organizations that make up SAI360’s supply chain, and the geographic locations of those organizations, we assess the risk of modern slavery in our supply chain to be low.
SAI360’s Business Code of Conduct holds employees responsible for reporting suppliers who are suspected of behaving in unethical business practices or engaged in illegal activities. The Whistleblower Policy provides a confidential and anonymous process for employees to report Code of Conduct violations.
Additionally, our supplier contracts require suppliers to cooperate with applicable laws and regulations in the areas in which they operate, stipulating that if minimum standards are not met the contract will be terminated.
SAI360 will continue to review our policies, procedures, and processes going forward to make sure we appropriately address our commitment to eliminate modern slavery and human trafficking.