Anti Slavery Policy

Our policies in relation to slavery and human trafficking:

Slavery and human trafficking are crime & our policy is not to commit them ourselves. If someone might be in danger, we will immediately contact the Police by using the 101 or 999 and take whatever action is appropriate.
We operate in the UK. Our supply chains include:

  • Sourcing of staff
  • Supplying of staff
  • Sourcing of goods and services

Policies in relation to Slavery and Human Trafficking

The Company respects human rights and the integrity of individuals and complies with all relevant laws in the way it runs its business.
The Company has in place a whistleblowing policy which encourages employees to report any malpractice or illegal acts, including suspicion of modern slavery, or omissions or matters of similar concern by other employees or former employees, contractors, suppliers, partners or advisers using a prescribed reporting procedure.
The Company is committed to conducting business ethically and lawfully and this includes ensuring, as far as possible, that any third parties who act for the Company share this commitment.

Due Diligence

  • We ensure a slavery and human trafficking statement is published in a prominent location on the organisation’s website as required by the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
  • The training about slavery and human trafficking is available to our staff:
  • There is no risk of slavery or human trafficking taking place in any part of our business.
  • Our effectiveness is 100%, measured against the indicator that we are not convicted of the crimes.
  • Staff are informed of the Modern Slavery Helpline on 0800 0121 700 in accordance with the training recommendations of “Transparency in Supply Chains etc. A practical guide” (Guidance issued under section 54(9) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015).