Modern Slavery – Statement of Compliance
Moore Rehab Outcomes is committed to operating our company lawfully and ethically and only working with suppliers that are aligned with our values. Our company is committed to the protection of human rights, including the elimination of human trafficking and modern slavery.
The Australian Parliament passed the Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act 2018 (the Act) on 29 November 2018. The Act established a national Modern Slavery Reporting Requirement which applies to large businesses and other entities in the Australian market with annual consolidated revenue of at least AUD$100 million.
Whilst Moore Rehab Outcomes is not required to comply with reporting requirements in the act, our organisation is a supplier to organisations that need to report under the Modern Slavery Act.
We value and observe all laws regarding corporate social responsibility, environmental and workplace safety protection and staff inclusion and diversity.
At present, we have not identified or been made aware of any issues related to human trafficking or modern slavery in our supply chain. In the instance where we identify or we become aware of any such issues, we will take action which could range from working with the supplier to resolve the issue to terminating the supplier relationship entirely and alerting the relevant authorities (ie Australian Federal Police, Fair Work Ombudsman, Anti Slavery Australia).
We acknowledge that:
- All reasonable steps are taken to ensure there is no modern slavery in our operations or supply chains.
- Neither our employees or subcontractors have been or are the subject of any investigation, enquiry or enforcement proceedings by any government, administration of regulatory body regarding an offence or alleged offence in connection with modern slavery.