How to Comply with Global Human Rights Regulations at Scale
Proactive Management of Global Human Rights Regulations for Businesses
Human rights regulations are increasing in number, forcing businesses to remain compliant or face consequences. In addition to compliance requirements, the growing prevalence of corporate ESG initiatives to eliminate forced labor, human trafficking, and modern slavery in supply chains is driving the need for a scalable solution for long-term corporate and regulatory compliance.
During the session, we review current human rights regulations and their requirements, as well as the risks posed by non-compliance.
- Current human rights regulations impacting businesses, including the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act
- Compliance requirements for enforced regulations
- Business risks of non-compliance
- Benefits of using scalable technology for compliance
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Meet Our Panel of Experts
Source Intelligence® experts provide their perspectives on global human rights regulations, the human rights due diligence process including risks of non-compliance, as well as an overview of the Source Intelligence® Human Rights Assessment Solution.Our panel also takes the time to answer questions including, but not limited to:
- What are human rights?
- What is the scale of the problem for human rights worldwide?
- Which regulations are impacting my business?
- What considerations should be taken into account for an effective human rights due diligence process?
Director of Product and Regulatory Compliance
Jackie Madarang is the Director of Product and Regulatory Compliance at Source Intelligence®. She has worked in various worldwide firms within the electronics industry for manufacturing, environmental health and safety, and supply chain. Jackie is a Certified Responsible Alliance Validated Assessment Program Auditor and Trainer. She has performed onsite assessments of both human rights and social responsibility aspects; as well as environmental, health, and safety procedures. Jackie has acted as a consultant in major factories, assisting suppliers in creating more robust policies and implementing processes to ensure the protection of human rights. Jackie obtained her bachelor's degree in Chemistry, with an American Chemical Society Accreditation from the University of Portland.
Director of Sales Engineering and Enablement
Erin Mason has been with Source Intelligence® for more than eight years. During her tenure, she has held several positions with the company and currently serves as the Director of Sales Enablement and Engineering. Erin has managed several millions of dollars of ESG and environmental compliance program business and has worked with senior leaders of multiple global 2000 companies to develop scalable compliance solutions. Erin obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and holds a Pre-Sales/Solutions Engineering certification.
Dr. Jennifer Kraus
Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer
Dr. Jennifer Kraus has over 30 years of experience providing environmental, health, and safety services to customers around the world. Prior to co-founding Source Intelligence®, Dr. Kraus was President of Global Environmental Consulting Company, Inc. (GECCo, Inc.). Dr. Kraus also served as an associate with Dames & Moore, environmental manager for General Dynamics Electronics Division.
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