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Anti Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement
Anti-Slavery Statement Last updated: 19 June 2023 LIMITED ANTI-SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING STATEMENT The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Act) requires any commercial organisation in any sector, which supplies goods or services, and carries on a business or part of a business in the United Kingdom, and is above a specified total turnover, to produce and publish an annual slavery and human trafficking statement. Whilst we are an SME and below this threshold, we believe that we too should set this standard. This statement relates to the actions and activities of Zero Bees Group Limited (ZeroBees) (Company) for our financial year May 2023-April 2024. Where the context so requires, references in this statement to the Company include references to the Company and all of its subsidiaries from time to time. The Company is committed to the prevention of the use of forced labour and has a zero-tolerance policy for human trafficking and slavery. Our policies on slavery and human trafficking The Company will not use or allow the use of forced, compulsory labour, slavery, servitude or human trafficking in the course of its business. This includes sexual exploitation, securing services by force, threats or deception and securing services from children and vulnerable persons. The Company operates the following policies which are relevant to the prevention of slavery and human trafficking in its operations: Anti-slavery and human trafficking policy – this policy sets out the steps that the Company has taken, and will take, to prevent human trafficking and slavery within its business and its supply chain. Employment Policy - Employment terms and conditions for the Company’s employees based at its UK offices are regulated by and are operated in compliance with all relevant prevailing legislation. we pay London Living Wage as minimum and strive to create an environment where people love to come to work. In addition, internal policies are reviewed regularly to ensure continued compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Due diligence processes for slavery and human trafficking The Company believes that in order to prevent human trafficking and slavery within its business and its supply chain it is necessary to first understand the areas where the Company is most at risk. Due to the Company’s exclusively UK based operations and the fact that most of our very limited supply chain are publically-listed tech companies, the Company believes that the risk of modern slavery occurring in its business or in its supply chain are very low. The Company is, however, committed to ensuring that that is, and remains, the case and has implemented systems to: continually seek to identify and assess potential risk areas in the Company’s business and supply chains; and protect whistleblowers. Supplier adherence to our values and ethics Efforts are made to confirm that the Company’s suppliers are as committed to the prevention of human trafficking and slavery as the Company, and each supplier’s conduct is carefully considered when awarding or renewing business. This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Act. Contact us from the ZeroBees Central page for more information.