Modern Day Slavery Compliance Policy
Write on the Tyne do not believe there is any place in today’s world for slavery or human trafficking. We are committed to continually improving our practices to combat slavery and human trafficking and to encourage the same high standards from our supply chain and other business partners.
Write on the Tyne purchases a wide range of products and services form its supply chain, including IT hardware, software and telecommunications; vehicles; office furniture, equipment and supplies; utilities; travel services and training services.
Write on the Tyne’s supplier Code of Conduct reflects our responsibility to act ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships, including our commitment to combating human trafficking and slavery. We believe our highest areas of potential risk are within our supply chain, and in the provision of agency labour. To mitigate and manage our risk the following activities are undertaken: Our Modern Slavery Policy is available to all employees.
- We provide mandatory Modern Slavery training to all employees.
- We have advised employees on how they can report any concerns they may have associated with Modern Slavery and reminded all persons of how to make an anonymous report.
- We review our policies and procedures regularly, not only to ensure they remain relevant, but also to assess our progress.
No breaches of the Modern Slavery Act were reported to date
We review our policies and procedures regularly, not only to ensure they remain relevant but also to assess our progress.
This policy applies to all locations of Write on the Tyne.