slavery encompasses slavery, forced and compulsory labour, and human
trafficking whereby individuals are deprived of their freedom and are
exploited for commercial or personal gain as enacted in the Modern
Slavery Act 2015. Coachwork Renovations Ltd is committed to
combatting slavery and human trafficking and to acting with integrity
in all its dealings, relationships, and supply chains. It expects the
same high standards from all its staff, suppliers, contractors, and
those with whom it does business. This policy applies to all
employees, workers, consultants, and other persons doing business
with Coachwork Renovations Ltd including all its contractors,
Renovations Ltd acknowledges the risk that a supply chain may involve
the use of a hidden or unknown subcontractor reliant on forced
labour. Although Coachwork Renovations Ltd as a professional company
considers the risk of modern slavery to be low due to the nature of
its supply chains, it takes its responsibilities to combat modern
slavery seriously as demonstrated by its promotion and adoption of
the following policy measures:
prevention, detection, and reporting of modern slavery in any part
of its business or supply chains is the responsibility of all those
working for Coachwork Renovations Ltd or under its control.
due diligence processes must be carried out in relation to modern
slavery which may include considering human rights in a sector or
country, the type of sector in which a service provider operates,
the countries from which services are provided, the nature of
relationships with suppliers, and the complexity of supply chain(s).
supply chain lines need to be continually risk assessed and managed
in relation to modern slavery and any high-risk suppliers audited.
Coachwork Renovations Ltd’s standard
procurement and contract documentation addresses
anti-slavery and anti-trafficking.
Renovations Ltd encourages anyone to raise any concerns about modern
slavery, using its whistleblowing
policy if necessary, and will support anyone who acts in
Renovations Ltd’s recruitment
and equalities policies and procedures support its efforts to combat
modern slavery and human trafficking..
Renovations Ltd will continue to develop its commitment to combat
modern slavery and human trafficking and will outline such
activities within its annual anti-slavery and anti-trafficking
breaches of this policy may result in Coachwork Renovations Ltd
taking disciplinary action against individual(s) and/or terminating
its relationship with any organisation or supplier.