Revium wholeheartedly supports the Federal Government’s Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (the Act), which contains provisions to assist in eradicating modern slavery and in raising awareness of the issue.
Whilst under the Act Revium is not required to publish a modern slavery & human trafficking statement, we are committed to operating in way that will support the elimination of modern slavery in all its forms.
Revium acknowledges that modern slavery includes trafficking in persons; slavery; servitude; forced marriage; forced labour; debt bondage; deceptive recruiting for labour services; and the worst forms of child labour.
Revium understands that all forms of modern slavery have in common, the deprivation of a person’s liberty by another in order to exploit them for commercial or personal gain and amount to a violation of an individual’s fundamental human rights.
Whilst we consider the risk of modern slavery occurring in our supply chain to be extremely low given the nature of our business*, Revium remains vigilant to the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in all aspects of our business and business relationships.
Revium understands the importance of protecting human rights and is committed to protecting the rights of all people. Modern slavery goes against everything Revium stands for and we will not tolerate slavery, human trafficking or abusive treatment in our business, or in any of our supply chains.
Based on the assessment summarised above, Revium do not currently provide training to all of it's staff more broadly on modern slavery. But Revium does continue to monitor and consider proactive measures in respect to modern slavery should it be appropriate.
Revium has appropriate internal mechanisms to empower and enable staff to raise any concerns internally should they become aware of them.
* We do not consider that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased any modern slavery risk factors in our supply chain and business.