Modern Slavery Act Statement

At Kelvin Timber, we are committed to the principles of transparency, accountability, and ethical business practices. We recognize the importance of taking steps to prevent and address modern slavery and human trafficking within our operations and supply chains.

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Our Commitment

Kelvin Timber is committed to upholding the provisions of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, which requires businesses to take steps to prevent and address instances of modern slavery, forced labour, and human trafficking.

We are dedicated to ensuring that our business and supply chain do not contribute to these harmful practices. We strive to create a work environment that respects the rights and dignity of all individuals, both within our organisation and across our supply chain.

Our Policies

Zero Tolerance Policy

Kelvin Timber maintains a zero-tolerance policy towards modern slavery, forced labour, and human trafficking. We do not tolerate any form of exploitation, abuse, or violation of human rights within our organization or supply chain.

Supply Chain Due Diligence

We are committed to conducting thorough due diligence on our suppliers to identify and address any risks related to modern slavery and human trafficking. This includes assessing suppliers’ labour practices, working conditions, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

Employee Awareness and Training

We provide ongoing awareness and training to our employees to ensure they understand the signs of modern slavery and know how to report any concerns. We encourage a culture of transparency, where employees feel empowered to speak up without fear of retaliation.

Reporting Mechanisms

We have established reporting mechanisms that allow employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report any suspicions or incidents of modern slavery within our operations or supply chain. Reports can be made anonymously if desired.

Monitoring and Compliance

We regularly monitor and review our practices to ensure compliance with the Modern Slavery Act and other relevant laws. Our commitment to eradicating modern slavery is an ongoing effort, and we continuously seek opportunities to strengthen our initiatives.

Review and Updates

This Modern Slavery Act Statement is reviewed periodically to ensure its accuracy and relevance. Any updates or changes will be communicated through our official channels.

Contact Information

For inquiries or concerns related to our Modern Slavery Act Statement, please contact:

Mark Maginnis – sales.west@kelvintimber.co.uk

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