Forced labour is a global problem affecting over 20 million people around the world. Tackling forced labour protects vulnerable workers and prevents human rights violations. This statement sets out our policy and what we are doing to ensure its effective implementation within Pro Auction and our supply chain. It is made pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Pro Auction emphatically opposes the use and exploitation of forced labour. We expect everyone working for us, or on our behalf, to share our zero-tolerance approach. This reflects our legal duties but also our wider commitment to ethical and social responsibility.
Pro Auction has recently conducted a thorough review of its global business and is confident that it does not benefit from forced labour. This position will be kept under regular review.
Our employees are aware that we do not tolerate forced labour within our business or our supply chain. If they suspect a breach of this policy or have concerns about forced labour in any part of our business or our supply chain, then they are required immediately to notify their manager or to report it in accordance with our well-established whistleblowing policy.
Pro Auction opposes the use and exploitation of forced labour. We expect everyone working for us or on our behalf to share our zero-tolerance approach.
References in this Code to "forced labour" include slavery, servitude and any type of forced or compulsory labour as well as trafficking for the purposes of exploitation.
Subject to any contractual terms, we may terminate our relationship if a supplier fails to comply with this Code of Conduct. If appropriate, we may report any breach of the Code of Conduct to the appropriate authorities.
If a supplier or any other person has any concerns about the use of forced labour by Pro Auction or in its supply chain, or suspects violations of this Code of Conduct, then please immediately notify the Director of Pro Auction .