Modern Slavery Policy


Modern slavery can take many forms, including the trafficking of people, forced labour, servitude, and slavery. It is our commitment to eradicate these practices from our business operations and supply chains. We recognize that any consent victims may have given to their treatment becomes irrelevant when they have been coerced, deceived, or provided with payment or benefit to achieve that consent.


We, as an organization, are dedicated to preventing modern slavery in all its manifestations. Our commitment includes:

  1. Awareness and Training: Regularly educating our employees, suppliers, and partners about modern slavery risks and indicators.
  2. Risk Assessment: Conducting thorough risk assessments across our supply chains to identify areas vulnerable to modern slavery.
  3. Due Diligence: Implementing due diligence processes to ensure that our suppliers adhere to ethical standards and comply with anti-slavery laws.
  4. Supplier Engagement: Engaging with suppliers to promote transparency and encourage responsible practices.
  5. Reporting and Monitoring: Regularly monitoring and reporting on our efforts to combat modern slavery.


As an organization, we commit to:

  1. Transparency: We will publish an annual Modern Slavery Statement in accordance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
  2. Risk Mitigation: We will take proactive steps to mitigate modern slavery risks within our business operations and supply chains.
  3. Collaboration: We will collaborate with relevant stakeholders, including industry peers, NGOs, and government bodies, to collectively combat modern slavery.


Every employee has a role to play in preventing modern slavery. We expect all employees to:

  1. Be Vigilant: Report any suspicions or concerns related to modern slavery promptly.
  2. Comply: Adhere to our policies and procedures designed to prevent modern slavery.
  3. Promote Awareness: Educate colleagues and partners about the importance of eradicating modern slavery.


We expect our suppliers to:

  1. Assess Risks: Conduct their own risk assessments and take necessary actions to prevent modern slavery.
  2. Comply with Laws: Abide by all relevant anti-slavery laws and regulations.
  3. Transparency: Be transparent about their practices and provide relevant information upon request.


We are committed to continuous improvement in our efforts to combat modern slavery. Our policies and practices will evolve as we learn and adapt to new challenges.


For any questions or concerns related to our modern slavery policy, please contact our designated representative at

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