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By following the seven simple steps below, your company will be reasonably safe from being associated with human
trafficking for forced labour:

intro iconYou are taking the first step right now. Planning. Review these guidelines, learn more about human trafficking for forced labor and follow the steps and recommendations which seem relevant for your company.


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Make a quick risk assessment for the company and any subcontractors.
Use Quick risk assesment - do-it-yourself
 


intro iconPrepare or obtain the company's guidelines concerning trafficking for forced labor. 
Use checklist A - General precautions
 


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Prepare or obtain the company's guidelines concerning recruitment. Use checklist B: Direct recruitment and employment
 


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Prepare or obtain the company's guidelines for the use of, and requirements to, subcontractors. Use checklist C: Precautions when using subcontractors

intro iconInform employees and contractors about human trafficking for forced labour and indicators of human trafficking. Use Red flag and indicators


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Contact the Danish Centre against Human Trafficking. Use the hotline or call the police in case of reasonable suspicion of human trafficking for forced labour, see Contacts and links

 


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Monitoring and follow-up
 

Reassess risks regularly and implement monitoring mechanisms. 

Use checklists from step 3, 4 and 5 in the guidelines and check that the requirements are fulfilled.

Visualize the company's policy and action against trafficking for forced labour and incorporate the policy in the company's CSR strategy to enhance a positive business image. 

Contact The Centre against Human Trafficking for further information on human trafficking for forced labor and to learn about courses and instructional materials.