We are committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in our corporate activities and supply chains.
This statement sets out our approach to achieving this in our commercial operations, including our relationships with third party sellers and vendors in our supply chains. It is published in accordance with the requirements of Section 54 of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and relates to Petryl Enterprises Ltd’s actions.
We conduct our business with integrity, honesty and professionalism. Taking a robust approach to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its corporate activities and supply chains. – Supporting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations. This means we respect the human rights, dignity and privacy of the individual and the right of employees to freedom of association, freedom of expression and the right to be heard. – Not using any form of forced, compulsory or child labour. – Helping third parties working for and on our behalf of us through additional guidance to explain how our statement specifically relates to those who perform services for and on our behalf.
We exist to provide the best quality and most cost effective products that support the needs of our customers.
As a company we rely on each other to take personal accountability for doing the right thing. No desire to make the numbers, gain a competitive advantage or follow an order should ever stand in the way of our commitment to integrity. Without our reputation, we put at risk everything we have worked so hard to achieve.
We take all reasonable steps to select partners that are committed to following the law and ethical behaviour. We work with third parties who adhere to business principles and health, safety, social and environmental standards consistent with our own. We are committed to sourcing materials from responsible suppliers. We conduct due diligence of our suppliers on origin, source and sustainability.
Our suppliers may not use any form of forced, compulsory or child labour. They must maintain a work environment in which all feel welcome and free of harassment, discrimination or other improper conduct. They must respect the human rights, dignity and privacy of the individual and the right of employees to freedom of association, freedom of expression and the right to be heard. Provide regular employment and avoid the use of labour-only schemes where there is no real intent to impart skills.
Our procurement team undertakes due diligence with new suppliers prior to onboarding which includes evaluating modern slavery and human trafficking risk.
Issued 1st January 2023
Review 1st January 2024