The travel industry has allowed for connections across the globe that unite families, friends, states, and nations. The opportunity is unparalleled and the benefits unmatched. Unfortunately, the global travel system can also be exploited by persons who wish to illegally transport men, women, and children from their homes without detection. Modern slavery and human trafficking are relevant and important problems in our industry. And although the responsibility for identifying, apprehending and prosecuting those perpetrating human trafficking rests with governments and national law enforcement agencies, BookNAir recognizes that it can play an important role in helping to prevent this crime.
BookNAir strives to act ethically and with integrity in all business relationships. We endeavor to undertake appropriate due diligence to identify and assess potential risk areas and to mitigate the risks posed by slavery and/or human trafficking occurring.
As a Provider of Travel Related Services, BookNAir is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chain or any part of our business. We are committed to ensuring that all who work for BookNAir conform to our zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking. BookNAir adheres to the applicable laws and regulations of the countries and regions in which it operates with specific regulation on anti-slavery and human trafficking.
It is our expectation that all employees, suppliers, contractors, and business partners assume the same zero-tolerance policy regarding modern slavery and human trafficking. Any action by a person or business related to BookNAir that permits or encourages modern slavery or human trafficking will not be tolerated and will be addressed promptly and aggressively to protect the safety of every person who receives services from our platform.
Employees of BookNAir who work in business areas that are exposed to the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking are trained in the risks and ramifications of illegal activities in travel, as well as warning signs and procedures for dealing with slavery and human trafficking threats. These measures build a safer environment for our employees, suppliers, and the recipients of our services.
Title: Human Trafficking