This policy sets out Adcock's (H.D.Adcock Nelson Limited) wishes to operate in a manner that is conducive to the promotion of good practice in relation to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.
Modern Slavery Statement
The Board members of Adcock's are committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings.
This statement is made pursuant to s.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that Adcock's has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within its business or supply chain.
Compliance, Monitoring and Reporting
Compliance with this policy will be continuously monitored and subject to review by the Board of Adcock's. Compliance will be reported on after, the annual review date.
Each line manager is expected to ensuring that the principles set out in this policy are communicated to, understood and observed by all employees and for ensuring compliance in their area of responsibility.
Employees who reasonably suspect that there has been a breach of this policy must report it to their line manager, or Michael Griffiths (the company secretary). We recognise that employees may be reluctant to report concerns for fear of retaliation and will take disciplinary action against any employee who threatens or engages in retaliation, retribution, or harassment of any person who has reported or is considering reporting a concern in good faith.
The full policy may be accessed by the link below.
As a member of the Jangro group Adcocks have fully intergrated the Jangro Statement into their compliance system.