Modern Day Slavery Policy

With people at the centre of its core values, the company looks to ensure that the business and its responsibilities to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 are transparent within the organisation and with the suppliers of goods and services to our organisation.

We ensure that our policies respect human rights and recognise the rights of employees to have a respectful workplace.

For suppliers to our Company, we undertake a supplier approval process to ensure that all suppliers of goods and services adhere to this legislation and are required to sign a statement confirming said compliance.

A copy of this statement is posted within the company’s own intranet system for all employees, and a copy posted on our websites for all additional stakeholders to our business.

As ongoing improvement, the company will

  • Continue to identify ways to improve employee and supplier awareness and commitment to respecting human rights and the prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking
  • Commit to keeping abreast of information, future legislation and best practice on the risks of slavery and human trafficking
    Ensure Management system and practises within the business continue to meet the required standards as set out by this legislation and the company’s commitment
  • Persist in the strengthening of its contracts and relationships with suppliers to ensure that it does not receive products/services that use slavery, human trafficking or other oppressive labour conditions in the supply to our Company

This policy has been approved by the Board of Directors for the financial year 2019 – 2020.

Andrew Tipper

Managing Director