Modern Slavery Statement
Organisation and Operations
Benzoil Pty Ltd (“Benzoil” or “The Company”) is a provider of industrial products and recovery solutions for industry. Benzoil provides innovative closed loop solutions to mining, utilities, industrial, chemical, oil, and food and beverage customers to operate efficiently to achieve sustainability goals.
Benzoil is a socially responsible business that respects the well-being of people and communities. The Company conducts business fairly and ethically, respects human rights and complies with local laws and regulations.
Benzoil is a local privately-owned Australian company. It operates a subsidiary, GrainOut, which services food and beverage customers.
The Company is administered and operates out of its headquarters in Queensland.
The Company provides goods and services wholly within Australia. The Company works closely with its network and strategic partners who are recognised within the industry as being economically, environmentally and socially responsible. The Company expects its suppliers to provide best practice social outcomes.
The Company is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chain or in any part of the business. The commitment to human rights, including a position on forced labour, involuntary labour, child labour, and human trafficking is outlined in our No Child or Forced Labour, Supplier Code of conduct policies and General Terms and Conditions.
The Company is committed to respecting the international human rights standards defined by the United Nations Global Compact and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Risk Assessment, Monitoring and Management
The Company has developed a modern slavery risk management framework. The risk management framework assesses risk of modern slavery by The Company’s suppliers. The framework assesses country of manufacture, labour and Benzoil’s annual spend.
In order to evaluate and address risks of modern slavery in The Company’s supply chain, Benzoil has developed a detailed supplier self-assessment questionnaire (SAQ) which is aligned to The Company’s core values and principles. Benzoil requires high risk suppliers to complete the SAQ. The SAQ includes questions about the supplier’s policies, management practices, business ethics, labour standards specifically relating to protection of employees’ human rights and prevention of modern slavery. Benzoil assesses the SAQ along with any external ethical assessment results the supplier provides.
Benzoil provides modern slavery e-learning training to all employees, via the anti-slavery online platform – https://antislavery.org.au.
Benzoil annually reviews its risk assessment framework metrics and data capture to improve the risk assessment results. The Company continues to expand the number and scope of suppliers required to complete the SAQ and provide external ethical assessment results.