2014 | Danish Centre against Human Trafficking

These guidelines are a brief guide for companies and employers regarding the risk of human trafficking for forced labour and methods to avoid being associated with such cases unintentionally. These guidelines, which have been prepared by the Danish Centre against Human Trafficking (CMM).

The guidelines target all sectors and are intended as an aid for companies which may risk becoming affected by forced labour. The checklists (A, B, C) at the end of this publication include a number of measures which may be taken by companies to reduce the risk of hidden forced labour. They may be regarded as general guidelines and the extent to which the individual points should be implemented depends of course on the size of the company and the business sector in which it operates.

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