Recognizing & Preventing Human Trafficking

Human trafficking can take place in the midst of any organization. Teach your employees how to be aware of their surroundings to recognize indicators of human rights violations and enable a safe and ethical workplace.

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    Ensure that all employees are aware of the red flags of trafficking, understand the different forms it takes, and know how to report their suspicions.

    • What is human trafficking
    • Red flags that are indicators of human trafficking activities
    • Who is at risk?
    • Different types of trafficking:forced labor, sex trafficking, domestic servitude and the commercial exploitation of children
    • Reporting suspicions
    • Common myths about human trafficking
    • Tips for safely communicating with a human trafficking victim
    • Information about the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)

    Recognizing & Preventing Human Trafficking Training

    Human trafficking is a multibillion-dollar criminal industry that uses force, fraud or coercion to exploit vulnerable people with the intent of obtaining forced labor or services, including sex. It’s estimated that 24.9 million people, many of them women and children, are victims of this human rights crime.

    There are many misconceptions and myths about human trafficking, such as it only happens in illegal or underground industries. The fact is that human trafficking cases have been reported and prosecuted in a wide range of legitimate industries, including restaurants, hotels, cleaning services, construction, factories and more. And trafficking is happening everywhere around the world — in cities, suburbs and in rural towns.

    While human trafficking victims are often in plain sight, they rarely come forward to seek help since they may be lied to, assaulted, threatened or manipulated into silence. When human trafficking is stopped, it’s because individuals are able to recognize the signs and know how to report their suspicions.

    As the fight against trafficking takes place on the local, national and global level, implementing a human trafficking awareness training program is one of many positive steps that organizations can take to ensure all employees are aware of the red flags of trafficking, understand the different forms it takes, and know how and to whom to report their suspicions.

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    Recognizing & Preventing Human Trafficking

    This 25-minute eLearning course familiarizes employees with the issue of human trafficking – what it is, how to recognize human trafficking situations and what individuals and organizations can do to help stop this violation of human rights. A video host guides learners through brief episodes that explore this complex issue in clear terms, with real-world examples and viewer emails and tweets that address common questions.

    This course complies with state training requirements in California, Connecticut, Florida and Illinois.

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    Traliant creates modern, interactive training courses to help organizations meet the challenges of today’s workplace. We bring together an experienced team of subject matter experts, eLearning specialists, instructional designers and video producers to create engaging learning experiences that raise awareness and encourage behaviors that foster a safe, respectful, inclusive workplace.

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    Lead your employees into a state of vigilance to help people in tenuous circumstances regain control, prevent trafficking, and operate your business ethically.

    Help your employees make the right decisions, at the right moments

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