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Your MSS must clearly identify your business. Ways of doing this might include setting out the business name on the front page of the statement and/or including any logos or relevant branding.
Your MSS must also describe your businesses structure. This could include:
Your businesses operations are the activities carried out by the business to pursue its business objectives.
To describe your businesses operation your MSS could:
Your business’s supply chains include the products and services (including labour) that add to your businesses own products and services. This also includes products and services obtained within Australia or internationally and goes beyond direct suppliers.
When describing your businesses supply chains, your MSS should:
Example – information about a business’s structure, operations and supply chains:
ABC Pty Ltd is a residential builder that provides residential construction services throughout Australia. We have offices in Queensland, Victoria and NSW with our head office being based in Sydney. We have 30 employees and can engage up to 300 independent contractors at any one time. We source a range of building products both locally and from overseas.
For further information, view the ‘Guidance for Reporting entities’ published by the Department of Home Affairs.
This information is part of a series on modern slavery reporting requirements aimed at assisting members understand the requirements. See the related documents contained in the ‘What to read next’ section for more information.
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