At Boral, we recognise the inherent dignity of all people and the importance of respecting and promoting human rights, including the rights of our employees, our suppliers’ workforce, and the communities in areas where we operate. We also expect our suppliers and contractors to respect and promote human rights.
We strongly oppose modern slavery in all its forms and strive to eliminate the risk of modern slavery in our supply chains and operations.
We are committed to strengthening our approach to preventing modern slavery practices and are investing resources and efforts to better assess and manage this risk.
In October 2021, we published our second Modern Slavery Statement 2021, in accordance with the requirements of the Australian Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth). It outlines the actions we have taken to assess and address modern slavery risks in our business and supply chains in FY2021.
Our first, 2020 Joint Boral Modern Slavery Statement was published in September 2020.
The foundational policies and standards that set out Boral’s commitment to human rights and addressing modern slavery are: