This statement is made in accordance with section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out Reppify Private Limited (UK)’s (“Reppify”) commitment and steps taken toward ensuring that slavery and human trafficking was not taking place in our business and supply chains during the calendar year ending 31 December 2018.
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Our Commitment to Compliance
Reppify’s Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement guides our business dealings with all clients, customers and suppliers with whom we contract directly or whom we appoint to act on our behalf. We expect our diverse group of clients, customers and suppliers to share in our committed to opposing slavery and human trafficking in all its forms and operating a system of controls to ensure compliance within our supply chains.
All Reppify employees have an obligation to familiarise themselves with our Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy (Policy). Using the Policy, we strive to create a culture of respect and inclusion, and communicate our strict prohibition against any action comprising or facilitating forced or child labour, human trafficking or modern slavery within our business. These core documents offer strong guidance to our employees and partners to conduct our business according to the highest ethical standards and provide clear mechanisms to report unethical conduct without fear of detriment. All our prospective suppliers must also certify their compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
In compliance with our statutory obligation to set out the steps we will take to ensure the modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in our supply chains, Reppify will look to introduce appropriate measures include the following:
– Conducting risk assessments to determine whether our suppliers have the potential to be exposed to modern slavery and human trafficking violations, so that potential risks are detected and rectified early, and preventive measures are put in place;
– Communicating our Policy to suppliers and seeking positive assurance of agreement therewith;
– Identifying certain members of the procurement and legal teams to monitor compliance with law, policy and process across the business;
– Drafting contractual provisions requiring our suppliers to confirm their commitment to the prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking, and ensuring that they flow the terms down to their own network of suppliers, subcontractors and agents.
– Overall responsibility for ensuring that the Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy and its implementation comply with our legal and ethical obligations will be with the leadership team. The statement and its application will be reviewed on an annual basis.
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