Modern Slavery Policy.

1.Introduction

Eco Labels Ltd is committed to ensuring that its supply chain and business operations are free from any form of modern slavery, human trafficking, forced labor, or child labor. This policy outlines our commitment to preventing and addressing modern slavery within the scope of our operations. We aim to promote ethical and responsible business practices across our entire supply chain and organisation.

 

2. Policy Statement

Eco Labels Ltd recognises the seriousness of modern slavery and its adverse impact on human rights and the environment. We are dedicated to upholding the principles of sustainability, social responsibility, and ethical conduct in all aspects of our business, including the production, distribution, and marketing of eco labels.

 

3. Definitions

For the purposes of this policy, the following definitions are used:

3.1. Modern Slavery: Modern slavery encompasses all forms of forced labor, human trafficking, bonded labor, and child labor, as defined by international labor standards and conventions.

3.2. Supply Chain: The network of individuals, organizations, and activities involved in the production and distribution of our eco labels, including suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and subcontractors.

 

4. Commitments

4.1. Supplier Due Diligence: We will conduct due diligence on all suppliers within our eco labels supply chain to assess the risk of modern slavery, human trafficking, and other labor rights violations. This process will include periodic risk assessments and supplier audits.

4.2. Ethical Recruitment: We will ensure that our suppliers use ethical recruitment and employment practices that comply with all applicable laws and international labor standards.

4.3. Transparency and Reporting: We will communicate our commitment to preventing modern slavery within our supply chain and encourage our suppliers to do the same. In addition, we will annually report our efforts to address modern slavery as part of our sustainability reporting.

4.4. Training and Awareness: Eco Labels Ltd will provide training and resources to its employees and suppliers to increase awareness and understanding of modern slavery, human trafficking, and labor rights issues.

4.5. Grievance Mechanism: Eco Labels Ltd will establish a mechanism through which any employee or supplier can report suspicions or concerns regarding modern slavery or labor rights violations. All such reports will be treated confidentially and investigated promptly.

4.6. Continuous Improvement: We are committed to taking corrective actions and implementing necessary changes to address modern slavery risks as they are identified. We will engage in ongoing dialogue with suppliers to foster improvements and compliance.

 

5. Compliance and Accountability

Compliance with this policy is mandatory for all employees and suppliers associated with Eco Labels Ltd. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in appropriate corrective actions, which may include the termination of business relationships with non-compliant suppliers.

 

6. Review and Update

This Modern Slavery Policy for Eco Labels Ltd will be reviewed and updated annually to ensure its effectiveness in preventing modern slavery and labor rights violations within our operations and supply chain.

 

Eco Labels Ltd is committed to the highest standards of ethical and responsible business conduct, and this policy represents our commitment to combatting modern slavery within our eco labels operations. We will continue to work diligently to ensure that our products are produced and distributed in a manner that respects human rights and the environment.

 

Date: 04/03.2023

Version: 1.2b

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