Responding to and remedying issues identified
Guidance aimed at those in productions who have responsibility for worker welfare, site safety and communications, helping them to plan their response and have the right processes in place
Responding promptly and appropriately to incidents of hidden labour exploitation or other worker welfare issues that arise is a component of respect for human rights. It is not something that should be done in an ad hoc or improvised way but planned in advance to ensure the needs and welfare of (potential) victims are prioritised.
The toolkit includes:
Context: Why a response plan is necessary and the principles that should underpin it
Responding to labour exploitation and abuse in the UK that falls short of 'modern slavery'
Responding to worst case scenario of modern slavery in the UK
Remedy for poor labour practices