NetworksXMarket Insights Pty Ltd – Anti-Slavery Policy (November 2022) 

NetworksX Market Insights Pty Ltd is committed to combating slavery, human trafficking, and forced labor in all its forms. We recognize that slavery and forced labor are grave violations of human rights and are inconsistent with our values, principles, and ethical standards. This Anti-Slavery Policy outlines our commitment to preventing slavery within our operations and supply chains and sets forth the steps we will take to address this issue effectively. 

1. Policy Statement 

NetworksX Market Insights Pty Ltd prohibits all forms of slavery, human trafficking, and forced labor in any part of our business operations, supply chains, and activities. We are dedicated to conducting our business in a manner that respects and upholds the dignity and rights of all individuals. 

2. Responsibilities 

Senior Management: Senior management is responsible for promoting a strong anti-slavery culture within the organization, ensuring compliance with this policy, and providing the necessary resources to implement and maintain effective anti-slavery measures. 

Employees: All employees are required to comply with this policy, report any concerns related to slavery or forced labor, and cooperate with anti-slavery initiatives and investigations. 

Suppliers and Contractors: We expect our suppliers and contractors to uphold the same principles and standards set out in this policy. We will engage with them to ensure compliance and take appropriate actions if any supplier or contractor fails to meet our expectations. 

3. Risk Assessment and Due Diligence 

We will conduct a thorough risk assessment to identify areas within our operations and supply chains where there may be a risk of slavery, human trafficking, or forced labor. This assessment will include an evaluation of potential risks associated with geographical locations, specific industries, and business relationships. 

As part of our due diligence process, we will take the following actions: 

- Screen potential suppliers and business partners to ensure they do not engage in slavery or forced labor practices. 

- Regularly review and assess our supply chains to identify and address any risks. - Encourage transparency from suppliers and request their commitment to anti-slavery principles.

- Terminate relationships with suppliers or business partners found to be involved in slavery or forced labor. 

4. Training and Awareness 

We will provide training to all employees involved in procurement, supply chain management, and human resources to raise awareness of the risks of slavery and forced labor and to ensure they understand their role in preventing and detecting such practices. Training will be ongoing and regularly updated to reflect changes in laws and best practices. 

5. Reporting Mechanisms 

We encourage all employees to report any concerns related to slavery, human trafficking, or forced labor promptly. We will maintain confidential and accessible reporting mechanisms to allow for the safe and confidential reporting of any suspected incidents. Reports will be thoroughly investigated, and appropriate actions will be taken based on the findings. 

6. Continuous Improvement 

We are committed to continually improving our anti-slavery efforts and monitoring the effectiveness of this policy. We will review and update the policy as needed, in response to changes in the law or best practices, and ensure it remains relevant and effective. 

7. Communication 

This Anti-Slavery Policy will be communicated to all employees, suppliers, contractors, and stakeholders to ensure widespread awareness and commitment to its principles. It will also be made publicly available on our website. 

8. Compliance 

Failure to comply with this policy may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment or contractual relationships, in addition to any legal consequences.

9. Conclusion 

By adopting this Anti-Slavery Policy, NetworksX Market insights Pty Ltd reaffirms its commitment to promoting ethical business practices and protecting human rights. We will work tirelessly to eliminate slavery and forced labor from our operations and supply chains and contribute to the global fight against these heinous practices. 

Date: November 21st 2022