Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy and Statement

Introduction

1.1 The purpose of this policy is to ensure that Greyline and its supply chain takes the necessary steps to ensure that we meet our obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Scope

2.1 The scope of this policy applies to all Greyline employees, agency workers, seconded workers, volunteers, sub-contractors, agents, external consultants, third party representatives and business partners.

Policy statement

3.1 This statement sets out Greylines’ approach to our commitment in preventing slavery and human trafficking in our business actives.

We operate a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking and are committed to acting ethically, with integrity and transparency in all we do. Individuals should not be forced in to involuntary labour.

Greyline expect these same standards from all our sub-contractors, suppliers and other business partners. In this regard, these stakeholders are expected to comply fully with our supply chain modern slavery act commitment statement which forms an integrated part of our contractual relationship with them.

This statement will be reviewed and updated when necessary.

Greyline Directors fully endorse this policy and statement and are fully committed to its implementation.

Due diligence process for slavery and human trafficking

Greyline recognises its ongoing duty to mitigate and identify any risks.

As part of our ongoing risk assessment and due diligence processes, Greyline have processes in place to enable us to identify potential risks.

Compliance

All Greyline employees, sub-contractors, suppliers and other business partners must:

  • Ensure they read, understand and comply with this policy
  • Prevent, detect and report incidents of modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of Greyline business or its supply chain
  • Avoid any activity that might lead to or suggest a breach of this policy
  • Raise concerns if a breach is suspected or believed to occurred at the earliest opportunity
  • Training is provided to all members employee across the Greyline business

No one will suffer detrimental treatment as a result of reporting, in good faith their belief or suspicion that modern slavery or human trafficking, in any form, is taking place in any part of Greyline business or its supply chain or partners. Detrimental treatment includes dismissal, disciplinary action as a result of raising a valid concern, threats or unfavourable treatment.

Signed by Managing Director:

Tony Rogers

1st April 2019