Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Policy

Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Policy

Lonsite Statement of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy

Overall and final responsibility for this Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy and management is that of: Lonsite

Day to day responsibility for ensuring this policy is put into practice is delegated to: Michael Durkan

EMPLOYER STATEMENT

Lonsite recognises that modern slavery and human trafficking is a violation of human rights and is contrary to the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Lonsite takes a zero tolerance approach to noncompliance with this policy and will not tolerate any slavery r human
trafficking in any part of its business or in any part of its supply chain. Lonsite will take steps to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking are not taking place or within its supply chain.

MODERN SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING OBJECTIVES

Lonsite will ensure:
• Suppliers must comply and act in accordance with this policy.
• All recruitment is carried out in a fair and transparent manner and will comply with relevant legislation and standards
• The requirements of this policy will be clearly communicated
• Agencies providing staff will be expected to comply with the immigration, asylum and nationality act 2006
• The senior team of Lonsite will train and educate staff and operatives to ensure people comply with this policy

ACHIEVING OBJECTIVES

Every Lonsite employee has an individual responsibility to ensure compliance with this policy which includes the need to be alert to the risk of unlawful practices. Concerns should be reported to the senior Lonsite Management
Team. Where appropriate individuals reporting who wish to remain anonymous should ensure they follow the steps highlighted in the Whistle Blowing Policy.
Lonsite considers any breach of this policy to be a serious offence. Any violation of this policy or act by an employee will result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal in appropriate circumstances. Lonsite will notify the relevant authorities of an individual or supplier contravening the act.

Version 2, Dated 23/04/2020