This is our fifth Statement in response to the UK Modern Slavery Act and our first under the Australian Modern Slavery Act. It describes the
activities we have undertaken throughout our financial year (3) to strengthen our processes and better understand the risks of modern
slavery and human trafficking in our operations and supply chains.
The sections of the Statement that specifically address what we have done to meet the core mandatory content required by the Australian
Modern Slavery Act (2018) are outlined below. The table also shows the Statement’s alignment with recommended reporting criteria for
UK Modern Slavery Act statements.

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