Forced Labor and Supply Chains

Forced Labor and Supply Chains
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Efforts to remove forced labor from global supply chains is the latest example of regulatory and statutory requirements placed on international trade compliance professionals—one for which there is no straightforward way to ensure compliance.  
Supply chain due diligence requirements and best practices are becoming the baseline for materially impactful enforcement actions covering shipments from anywhere—not just sanctioned or restricted parties or countries. Mitigating forced labor risk, both now and in the future, requires deliberate actions that increase transparency, build resiliency and minimize disruption. 
This webinar explored topics including forced labor from anywhere, steps toward creating the visibility necessary for compliance and future-proofing the global trade management process for a resilient supply chain. 



You Will Learn How To:

Apply future-proofing tactics on the global trade management process to create a resilient supply chain  

Establish steps toward creating the visibility necessary for compliance  

Recognize forced labor from anywhere, such as UFLPA, CAATSA, Germany’s Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, etc.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 1
NASBA Information: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Last Updated: July 2023


Anne Marie Lacourse - Speaker


Nicole Calebrese - Speaker


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