POWERPILLAR LTD – ANTI-SLAVERY STATEMENT

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Powerpillar Ltd – Anti-Slavery Statement December 2019

Slavery is an abhorrent practice and Powerpillar is committed to ensuring that is it absent from Powerpillar’s businesses and suppliers.

Statement of Risk

Powerpillar has a zero tolerance of slavery in all its forms.  This means that Powerpillar has no interest nor intention for causing harm to persons, damaging its reputation, being subject of legal action or incurring financial loss or standing in the business community arising from a failure to comply with the Law set out in the Modern Slavery Act. Powerpillar policies, controls and procedures are designed to reduce risk to this level.

Application and Scope of this statement

This statement applies to all contracts or projects conducted by or within Powerpillar Ltd. Unless noted, all contractors and subcontractors working with Powerpillar ltd are required to abide by this policy.

TO STOP SLAVERY, POWERPILLAR

  • Will adopt this policy and approve this statement
  • Has performed a risk assessment to identify areas where the risk of slavery may be elevated.  This assessment will be performed annually and the outputs and actions will be reviewed by the decision maker at Powerpillar LTD.  Powerpillar LTD considers itself to be at “low” risk of slavery arising, but is not complacent and as a result of the risk assessment has identified sensible, risk based measures to reduce risk to within stated appetite. Slavery is specifically referenced in Powerpillar’s Whistleblowing policy.  Other actions have been identified to ensure that persons employed by Powerpillar have a formal contract of employment to reduce risk of forced labour occurring.  Businesses, contracts, labours in the Powerpillar LTD requires to attest to compliance annually; failure to act in accordance with this policy may result in disciplinary action being taken.
  • Has implemented and identified further checks in it’s labour supply chain (principally agencies) to reduce the risk of slavery occurring. Further actions have been identified that will, when implemented, require participants in the supply chain to attest to an absence of non-compliant activity; to sign agreements that require compliant behaviours; and to submit to checks and report failures to Powerpillar.
  • Will formally review performance against this policy annually

Signed and approved on behalf of the Powerpillar Ltd: