Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
This statement has been produced in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 which requires business to disclose publicly the steps they are taking to tackle modern slavery. This statement sets out the steps taken by Thermatic Ltd to prevent modern slavery in its own business and supply chain. This policy applies to all persons working for or on behalf of the Company (Thermatic Ltd) in any capacity, including employees at all levels, directors, engineers, subcontractors and office staff.
As a designer and installer of heating, cooling and ventilation within the UK we recognise that there are potential risks to modern slavery within our business, suppliers and supply chain. We are committed to ensuring we understand the current legislation and shall work to mitigate any risk on a continued basis.
Thermatic Ltd has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery in our organisation nor knowingly work with any suppliers or partners that are involved in any form of slavery, human trafficking or exploitation. We are satisfied that there is no evidence of any act of modern slavery within our supply chain and we have processes in place to ensure it remains that way.
We shall, as a company, expect everyone working for us or on our behalf to support and commit to the following measures to safeguard against modern slavery:
- That there is no forced or involuntary labour carried out
- Employees are free to leave their employer after giving reasonable notice
- Employees are entitled to rest breaks and free to leave the premises during allocated times
- The amount of overtime undertaken by staff is at a premium rate and is entirely voluntary.
- As part of our corporate social responsibility and ongoing due diligence processes we will continually consider the level of audits required across our supply chain.
Thermatic Ltd insure to take all reasonable and practical measures to ensure that these standards are met and implemented throughout the business and will investigate any instances of non-compliance.
Date 01/10/2020 Revision Annual