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BINGO publishes 2023 Modern Slavery Statement

Published  December 31, 2023  |  1 min
 BINGO publishes 2023 Modern Slavery Statement

We are proud to present our 2023 Modern Slavery Statement. 

BINGO acknowledges that human rights are universal and fundamental rights which all people are entitled to. Respecting and promoting human rights is integral to how BINGO wants to operate as a business. The commercial viability of our business will only continue in a society where human rights are upheld and promoted.

BINGO spent $300m in FY23 with more than 1,400 suppliers and we are pleased to report that we did not identify any instances of modern slavery in our business or across our supply chain in FY23. 

During the year we continued our focus on the implementation of best-practice sustainable supply chain management and ensuring that all our procurement activities address the risk of modern slavery. Central to this has been the rollout of our supplier self-assessments, with nearly 300 assessments completed to date.

Our priority has been to assess our high-spend and high-risk existing suppliers and all new suppliers. Since its inception, BINGO’s modern slavery risk assessment program has engaged specialist social due diligence auditor, Precision Solutions Group, to undertake both site and desktop audits to assess our suppliers’ modern slavery risks.

As our business grows, so do the risks associated with modern slavery. We remain committed to continuous improvement and transparency on the progress of our actions related to modern slavery, and we aim to continue to lead positive change in our industry.

In the spirit of reconciliation, BINGO acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and acknowledge and respect their connections to land, sea and community. 
We pay respect to Elders both past and present and stand together with First Nations leaders of today and tomorrow.

In the spirit of reconciliation, BINGO acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and acknowledge and respect their connections to land, sea and community. We pay respect to Elders both past and present and stand together with First Nations leaders of today and tomorrow.