Modern Slavery

Modern Slavery Policy

Policy Introduction

Stream Consulting Group Ltd (Stream or Stream Consulting) is firmly committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethics, honesty, openness and accountability. We recognise that all of our staff have an important role to play in achieving this goal.

This Policy is intended to provide an overview of the approach Stream follows in respect of modern slavery practices. Stream is not currently subject to the Modern Slavery Act 2018 however as part of the supply chain for entities who are subject to the act we recognise the role we play in ensuring modern slavery is avoided.

Modern Slavery

Modern slavery is a term used to define a range of exploitive practices including:

  • Human trafficking
  • Slavery
  • Servitude
  • Forced marriage
  • Worst forms of child labour
  • Debt bondage

Stream recognises that modern slavery distorts global economies, affects corporate social responsibility and has devastating social impacts on the community.


Stream has a zero-tolerance approach to any imposition of, or connection to, modern slavery and human trafficking. This policy reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in respect of our staff, business relationships and the community in general.

Stream is committed to ensuring that none of its business units is engaged in modern slavery. We take all practical steps to ensure our wages, salaries and employment conditions of our employees and labour hire workers to ensure compliance with Australian workplace laws.

In addition, Stream takes precautions in selecting third party vendors to ensure our supply chain does not indirectly contribute to modern slavery.


An individual who suspects Stream has breached this Policy must immediately notify Stream at

Breach of Policy

Any breach of this Policy will be taken seriously and conduct in contravention of this Policy may be regarded as misconduct, leading to disciplinary action. An individual may also be exposed to criminal or civil liability for breaching the Act.

Last updated: 19th April 2021