Supply Chain of Modern Slavery Act 2015
Llangoed Hall is committed to meeting the aims of the modern slavery act 2015. We strongly oppose slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and any part of our business.
Llangoed Hall is committed to meeting the aims of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We strongly oppose slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and any part of our business. To be trusted to do the right thing is at the core of Llangoed Hall. We would never knowingly engage with suppliers or contractors involved in slavery or human trafficking.
Under the Modern Slavery Act, which came into force in October 2015 Llangoed Hall is required to take steps to ensure that it is supply chain, contractors and suppliers are not engaged in slavery and/or human trafficking within or outside the UK.
We cannot advise you on your compliance but the following types of practices are examples of slavery and/or human trafficking and are prohibited.
- Exploitative practices
- Absence of remuneration
- Abuse of local employment laws
- Forced or compulsory labour
- Exploitation of migrant labour
- Detention of labourers
- Child labour
To date we have not found any evidence of slavery or human trafficking in our current supply chain.
In future, as part of our procurement process, any potential contractor or supplier will be required to confirm in writing that they comply with the modern slavery act and if appointed we require that they follow the requirements we place on them to any sub-contractors they use to provide their services or goods to Llangoed Hall.
Our terms and conditions will include contractual provisions relating to compliance with the act. We will implement these new provisions in all new agreements upon renewal of existing agreements and upon issues of purchase order.
Calum C. Milne
Managing Director July 2016