Modern Slavery Act

MODERN SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING STATEMENT

Cabline UK make the following statement in compliance with section 54 (1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the Act)

 

About Us

At Cabline UK we are committed to practices that respect human rights in all our business dealings. Our values, which are embedded throughout our business, set the parameters for how we expect our people to behave with colleagues, clients and our supply chain. We seek to treat everyone fairly and consistently, creating a workplace and business environment that is open, transparent and trusted. Cabline UK policies and procedures are in line with our culture and values.

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Cabline UK structure and supply chains

We have 60+ direct employees within our UK office and 2300+ Suppliers

Cabline UK has over 2300 transport suppliers across the United Kingdom, as well as a number of partner suppliers from sectors, including information technology, marketing, insurance, and software development. In addition, Cabline UK works with a number of professionals, consultants, and contractors.

Cabline UK uses Nat West Mentor for all of our legal and employment law advice and regular meetings and communications with Mentor means we are informed and aware of any requirements relating to Modern Slavery.

 

Our procedures

We have a number of procedures in place that contribute to ensuring modern slavery does not occur in our business or supply chains.

 

Our people

Cabline UK have 60+ people working with us

All of our employees receive the statutory employment rights to which they are entitled and we ensure all of our employees have the legal right to work in the UK. Cabline UK employees are provided with safe working conditions and we have the expectation that they will be treated with dignity and respect.

We have activities and initiatives to support our people’s physical and mental wellbeing and lifestyle choices.

We have robust recruitment processes in line with UK employment laws, including: ‘right to work’ document checks; contracts of employment and checks to ensure everyone employed is 16 and above. Market-related pay and rewards are reviewed annually.

 

Transparency in our supply chains

We recognise that Cabline UK is potentially exposed to some degree of risk when dealing with its suppliers, although all of our suppliers are entirely UK based. The following measures to review and manage this risk are:

  1. Examination of supply chains. We have mapped our supply chains and have a clear screening and vetting process for all approved suppliers.
  2. The top 20% of suppliers whom we place the greatest spend we have mapped those according to location, size and type, to identify and clarify them as low risk. And we audit them on site annually to ensure they are compliant with all of our agreed criteria.
  3. Confirmation by top suppliers, in terms of spend and turnover, of compliance to the Act through their own modern slavery statements if applicable.
  4. A commitment to collaborate closely with suppliers to help them understand and work towards their own obligations under the Modern Slavery Act.
  5. A Responsible Purchasing Policy, which reflects our commitment to and focus on suppliers’ ethical supply chain(s)
  6. Supplier Code of Conduct, used for all new major suppliers of services to Cabline UK

 

 

Cabline UK Limited