SB-970 Employment: Human Trafficking Awareness
With the law SB-970 Employment: Human Trafficking Awareness, all employees of the hospitality industry (including all hotels and motels, airports etc.) are required to training their employees effective interactive training and education regarding human trafficking awareness. This on going training for new employees and semi-annual for all employees is mandatory.
Key benefits from this course
The course is 6 lessons covering the mandated topics from the SB-970 bill for Human Trafficking Awareness Training.
The following topics are included in this training:
The definition of human trafficking and commercial exploitation for children and the difference between labor and sex trafficking
Identifying victims and those at risk. Who are vulnerable and at-risk to this? How do I spot the indicators and warning signs?
Myths and misconceptions of sex trafficking
Identifying the demands and risks of trafficking. Factors that allow trafficking to thrive
The role of hospitality employees in reporting and responding to this issue
Identifying what can we do? Including resource and contact information of appropriate agencies and resources for immediate use.
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Dr. Judy Osterhage is a spokesperson for HOPE Refuge
Hope Refuge is a safe transitional residential home and is dedicated to seeing that every sex trafficking survivor has a place of refuge where they can transition from slavery to freedom.