Fresenius Kabi delivers on its commitments and act with high standards of ethics and compliance; We are committed to dealing fairly and honestly with employees, business partners, government authorities and the general public.
We respect and support human rights as they are defined by international standards, such as the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Fundamental Principles as published by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and aim to fulfil them in our area of responsibility. We comply with laws and regulations, and do not tolerate nor agree to modern slavery, including trafficking in persons, slavery, servitude, forced marriage, debt bondage, deceptive recruiting for labour or services, and the worst form of Child labour.
This statement reflects the commitment and actions taken by us at Fresenius Kabi Australia and its subsidiaries in line with the objectives of the legislation. To fulfil the criteria set in the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (the Act), we continued the ongoing assessment of modern slavery risks in our operations and supply chains initiated in 2020, which has resulted in the enhancement of our Governance approach towards modern slavery.
The Fresenius Kabi Modern Slavery Statement highlights the steps Fresenius Kabi Australia has taken to identify, mitigate and manage the risks of modern slavery in its operations and supply chains for the year ended 31st December 2022.
Fresenius Kabi Australia strives to target and prioritise any required actions in responding to modern slavery risks within its operations and supply chain. One of the main actions is to proactively collaborate with our Business Partners and Strategic Suppliers to identify any potential risk of modern slavery. To effectively do so, Fresenius Kabi Australia has developed the Modern Slavery Questionnaire, to assist in assessing our Business Partners’ and Strategic Suppliers’ practices.
Click here to access our Modern Slavery Questionnaire