Spotting The Signs

If you fail to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, you are at risk of prosecution.

Is your annual turnover likely to exceed £36 million?

Have you published your Modern Slavery Statement and are your supply chains transparent, ethical and slavery free?

If not, you and your company are at risk of breaching UK law, and you may need support to ensure compliance.

How can Libre Solutions assist you?

If you’re unaware of your corporate responsibilities under the Modern Slavery Act and need assistance to ensure compliance, then Libre Solutions are here to help.

Libre Solutions:

  • Supply an initial consultation to discuss your corporate responsibility under the Modern Slavery Act.

  • Map your supply chains from beginning to end and identify areas of vulnerability.

  • Conduct detailed audit investigations into areas of vulnerability.

  • Produce a series of recommendations to remove potential threats.

  • Prepare and publish your Modern Slavery Statement.

  • Provide you with a certified clean bill of health once all threats have been removed.

  • Generate bespoke Modern Slavery awareness training to your staff.

  • Ensure systems and processes are in place to enforce ongoing protection.

  • Offer ongoing support via periodic Modern Slavery health checks.

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Supply Chain Audits

We promise to run full and detailed investigative audits in order to eradicate any current or future Modern Slavery risks. Once potential issues are highlighted, a complete report will be prepared, providing you with the tools needed to protect your company from future risks. 


  • Supply Chain Mapping
  • Risk Indentification
  • Confidential Report
  • Rectification Guidance
  • Systems and Processes to Protect the Future

Compliance Healthchecks

As a company continues to evolve, its supply chains develop an increased risk of infiltration by Organised Crime Groups. Changing legislation can impact significantly on your corporate responsibility and legal obligations.
By conducting periodic health checks, Libre Solutions can encourage continued compliance and ensure the company and individuals responsible are fully protected.



Training Workshops

Here to protect you from prosecution, all of our trainers are fully accredited and experienced investigators. Tailored to raise awareness, our bespoke training workshops are designed to support your staff and develop their skills, equipping them with the tools they need to tackle Modern Slavery.


  • Brand Protection
  • Identifying the Signs
  • Raising Awareness
  • Legal Obligations and Compliance
  • Gathering and Disseminating Information
  • Security and Confidentiality


We can create and deliver tailor-made presentations to equip you with the tools you need in order to protect your organisation from the very real threat of Modern Slavery. Through an array of engaging mediums, we can conduct the learning platforms necessary to mitigate the risks presented to you and your company.


  • How Organised Crime Operates
  • Data Mining and Spotting The Signs
  • Working in Partnership
  • Preventative Solutions
Training workshops can be tailored to raise awareness of Modern Slavery within your supply chains, and help staff recognise the tell-tale signs of worker exploitation.

Can You Spot The Signs?

Modern Slavery hides in plain sight. Libre Solutions can give you the skills to recognise the signs and guides you with the tools to abolish it from your supply chain.


What is Modern Day Slavery?

Up to 13,000 people are estimated to be in modern slavery in the UK and around 25 million worldwide.

Most commonly people are trafficked into forced labour in industries such as agriculture, construction, hospitality, manufacturing and car washes. Many women and girls are trafficked for sexual exploitation. Many, mostly women and girls, end up in domestic slavery. Others, particularly children, are forced into crime, such as drug production, petty theft or begging.

Forms of Modern Day Slavery

Forms of exploitation can range from forced prostitution and forced labour to forced marriage and forced organ removal.

Someone is in slavery if they are forced to work – through coercion, or mental or physical threat; owned or controlled by an ’employer’, through mental or physical abuse or the threat of abuse; dehumanised, treated as a commodity or bought and sold as ‘property’; physically constrained or have restrictions placed on their freedom of movement.

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking often involves the transportation, recruitment or harbouring of people (mostly vulnerable women and children) for the purpose of exploitation, using violence, sexual assaults, threats or coercion.

Forced Labour

Slavery exists in Forced Labour when any work or services take place, whereby people are forced to labour against their will, or under the threat of some form of punishment or bribery.

Debt Bondage

Debt Bondage occurs when people borrow money they can’t repay. Trapped, they work to pay off the debt, while losing control over the conditions of both their employment and the debt.

Child Slavery

Despite the fact that many people believe that slavery no longer exists, an estimated five million children are in slavery worldwide, including in the UK.  Child slavery occurs when a child’s labour is exploited for someone else’s gain.

Forced Marriage

Modern Day Slavery comes in the form of ‘Forced Marriage’ when someone is married against their will and cannot leave the marriage. Most child marriages can also be considered slavery, as this is a circumstance they are placed in, beyond their own free-will.

Domestic Servitude

Domestic work is a sector which is particularly vulnerable to exploitation and domestic slavery. It often occurs due to the unique circumstances of working inside a private household, combined with a lack of legal protection.