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Modern Slavery Section 54 Policy

Certified Installers Limited Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy 2023

1. Introduction

Certified Installers Limited (the "Company") is committed to promoting ethical business practices and ensuring that slavery and human trafficking have no place in any aspect of our operations or supply chain. This Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy reaffirms our dedication to preventing these heinous practices, protecting human rights, and upholding the highest ethical standards in all our activities.

2. Policy Statement

The Company condemns all forms of slavery, forced labour, and human trafficking and is steadfast in its commitment to eradicate these practices from our business operations and supply chain. We will not tolerate any form of exploitation and will work diligently to prevent and address slavery and human trafficking in all our business activities.

3. Scope of Policy

This policy applies to all employees, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and other business partners associated with Certified Installers Limited.

4. Responsibilities

4.1 Board of Directors: The Company's Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the implementation of this policy and allocating necessary resources to address slavery and human trafficking risks.

4.2 Management: Senior management is responsible for developing, implementing, and enforcing effective measures to prevent slavery and human trafficking within the Company's operations and supply chain.

4.3 Employees: All employees are responsible for vigilance in identifying and reporting any concerns related to slavery and human trafficking, following the reporting procedure outlined in this policy.

5. Due Diligence

Certified Installers Limited will conduct due diligence to identify and mitigate the risks of slavery and human trafficking in its operations and supply chain. This includes:

  • Assessing the risk of slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain.

  • Conducting audits and assessments of suppliers and contractors.

  • Reviewing employment and recruitment practices.

  • Identifying and addressing high-risk areas.

6. Supplier and Contractor Commitment

The Company will engage with suppliers and contractors who share our commitment to preventing slavery and human trafficking. Our relationships with suppliers and contractors will include contractual provisions requiring compliance with all applicable laws related to slavery and human trafficking.

7. Reporting Mechanism

Certified Installers Limited will establish a confidential and accessible reporting mechanism for employees and stakeholders to report any concerns related to slavery and human trafficking. Reports will be treated with utmost confidentiality, and individuals making reports will be protected from retaliation.

8. Training and Awareness

We will provide training and awareness programs to educate our employees and relevant stakeholders about the risks of slavery and human trafficking and the importance of this policy.

9. Review and Updates

This policy will be reviewed periodically and updated as necessary to ensure its continued effectiveness.

10. Communication

The Company will communicate its commitment to combating slavery and human trafficking through internal and external channels, as appropriate.

Conclusion

Certified Installers Limited is unwavering in its commitment to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its operations and supply chain. We will continue to monitor and improve our practices to ensure compliance with this policy and all relevant laws and regulations.

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