“Our commitment is twofold: to respect Human Rights throughout our entire value chain, and to make a positive impact in the communities in which we operate. L’Oréal’s partners and suppliers represent a source of innovation, quality and excellence, and it is incredibly important that we are actively working together to make a difference. We all have a role to play.” – Rodrigo Pizarro, Managing Director L’Oréal Australia.
Being a part of the coalition of Australian businesses committed to ending modern slavery is a long-term commitment for the L’Oréal Groupe in Australia. As we present our third Modern Slavery Statement, our focus has been on embedding the steps to identify, address and report on the risks of modern slavery in our operations and supply chains, across all areas of our business. At the L’Oréal Groupe, we have long championed initiatives designed to ensure Human Rights are upheld at every stage in its value chain. We committed to fulfilling our responsibility to respect internationally recognised human rights and taking steps to identify and address any actual or adverse impacts in which we may be involved through our own operations or business relationships. We believe that the L’Oréal Groupe can contribute to positive human rights impacts by playing our role as a responsible corporate citizen.
Our 2022 Modern Slavery Statement was prepared in accordance with the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) and approved by the L’Oréal Groupe Management Committee in Australia & New Zealand. This statement describes the initiatives implemented by the L’Oréal Groupe during the reporting period ending 31 December 2022 to assess and address the risks of modern slavery in our business operations and supply chain.
We invite you to explore the 2022 L’Oréal Australia Modern Slavery Statement, available on the Australian Border Force website.