Hope for Justice Site Membership

On this project they have undergone four online sessions with external organisation Hope for Justice speaking to their team and contractor supervisors about raising awareness of Modern Slavery with specific reference to the construction industry. They had attendance of  around 80 people from site, and was followed up by multi-lingual posters and hand outs to share across site.

Since these sessions in Q1 and Q2 in 2021, they have been in discussion with Hope for Justice about their membership platform and are the first of this contractors projects to sign up. They have completed an initial online questionnaire and are due their site assessment by members of the Hope for Justice team shortly which will provide them with a summary report and any areas to focus their efforts on.

They will also have a Modern Slavery operational standards manual and a series of further face to face awareness sessions with operatives on site later this year. They are also now receiving newsletters and suggestions for further readings, webinars and events.

This work will help their ongoing commitment to ensure they raise the profile of Modern Slavery so theior teams understand why this is important, signs to look out for and how to best signpost for help.

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