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Learn about RWB Group UK's Modern Slavery policy.

Modern Slavery Policy


At RWB Group UK, we are committed to preventing and eradicating modern slavery in all its forms. This Modern Slavery Policy outlines our commitment to ensuring that slavery and human trafficking have no place in our operations and supply chains. We are dedicated to upholding the principles of freedom, equality, and human rights and expect the same from our employees, contractors, suppliers, and business partners.


  1. Modern Slavery: Modern slavery encompasses slavery, human trafficking, forced labour, debt bondage, and other forms of exploitation. It involves the deprivation of a person’s liberty for financial or personal gain.
  2. Supply Chains: Our supply chains include all individuals, organizations, and processes involved in the production, sourcing, and delivery of goods and services to RWB Group UK.

Policy Statement

  1. RWB Group UK is committed to conducting its business activities in accordance with the highest ethical standards and to preventing modern slavery within its operations and supply chains.
  2. We strictly oppose any form of modern slavery and will not tolerate or engage in any practices that contribute to or support such activities.
  3. We are committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations related to modern slavery, including the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
  4. Through this policy, we aim to raise awareness, promote transparency, and implement robust systems to assess, prevent, and address modern slavery risks.


  1. Senior Management: The senior management of RWB Group UK will take overall responsibility for the implementation and effectiveness of this Modern Slavery Policy. They will ensure that adequate resources are allocated for its implementation and review.
  2. Employees: All employees have a responsibility to familiarize themselves with this policy, understand the risks associated with modern slavery, and work in compliance with its principles. They should report any concerns or suspicions regarding potential modern slavery incidents to the designated point of contact.
  3. Suppliers and Business Partners: We expect our suppliers and business partners to adhere to the same values and principles outlined in this policy. We will engage with them to assess their compliance with modern slavery laws and encourage them to implement effective measures to combat modern slavery within their own operations and supply chains.

Risk Assessment and Due Diligence

  1. We will conduct ongoing risk assessments to identify and evaluate the risk of modern slavery within our operations and supply chains.
  2. As part of our due diligence process, we will assess the modern slavery risks associated with our suppliers and business partners. This may include evaluating their policies, practices, and actions to mitigate modern slavery risks.
  3. We will take appropriate actions to address identified risks, which may include implementing risk mitigation strategies, conducting audits, and terminating relationships with non-compliant suppliers or business partners.

Training and Awareness

  1. We will provide training and awareness programs to our employees, suppliers, and business partners to ensure they understand modern slavery risks, recognize the signs of exploitation, and know how to report concerns.
  2. We will promote a culture of vigilance, encouraging all stakeholders to actively report any suspicions or instances of modern slavery.

Reporting and Whistleblowing

  1. We maintain a robust reporting mechanism that allows employees, suppliers, business partners, and other stakeholders to report any concerns or suspicions regarding potential modern slavery incidents. Reports can be made confidentially and without fear of retaliation.
  2. We will investigate all reported concerns promptly, and appropriate actions will be taken based on the findings.

Monitoring and Review

  1. We will monitor and review the effectiveness of this policy and associated procedures regularly. This may include conducting audits, assessments, and inspections to ensure compliance and identify areas for improvement.
  2. This policy will be reviewed annually and updated as necessary to reflect evolving legal requirements and best practices in the prevention of modern slavery.

Date: 6th March 2023

Signed: Managing Director

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