Anti-slavery and human trafficking policy
We have undertaken an organisational-wide risk assessment to assess the nature and extent of our exposure to Modern Slavery. We have concluded that our risk is low however we undertake due diligence proportionate to this risk.
We ask all our suppliers to provide us with their published Modern Slavery statements as evidence of their commitment to eradicate this violation of human rights.
Smaller suppliers, who are not required to maintain a statement by law, are asked to demonstrate their commitment to our own policy.
A copy of the risk assessment is attached.
Approved by the Board on 17 November 2020
Signed on its behalf by:
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