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Brickworks opposes all forms of slavery and forced labour. We are committed to respecting and supporting the dignity, well-being and human rights of our employees and those we engage with through our supply chain. We are also committed to working collaboratively with our partners and suppliers to ensure that our business is conducted in an honest and ethical manner. This includes identifying and addressing human rights risks, including modern slavery, throughout our business and supply chain.
The construction, manufacturing, forestry, mining and quarrying sectors are especially at risk from modern slavery practices – and these are the sectors that Brickworks both serves and sources from.
This is our second Modern Slavery Statement (“statement”). While this statement is in response to the Federal Modern Slavery Act 2018, it is driven by, and reflective of, our commitment to act on any incidences of modern slavery in our supply chain. The statement aligns with and complements our aim of improving Brickworks’ sustainability disclosures. It is part of our overall Sustainability Framework which links our sustainability commitments with our business strategy.
The policies and standards that set out Brickworks commitment to human rights and addressing modern slavery legislation include:
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement