Modern Slavery Policy

Modern Slavery Policy and Statement for Access Diagnostic Tests UK Ltd ADTUK

ADTUK is dedicated to ensuring that modern slavery and human trafficking have no place in our business operations or supply chains. We are committed to upholding the highest ethical standards and protecting the rights and well-being of all individuals involved in our operations. This policy outlines our commitment to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking and sets out the steps we take to identify and mitigate these risks.

ADTUK Modern Slavery Policy Statement

ADTUK condemns all forms of modern slavery and human trafficking and is committed to conducting our business in an ethical and responsible manner. We are committed to ensuring that our operations and supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking.

Responsibilities

  1. Director and management: The director and management of ADTUK is responsible for implementing and overseeing this policy, ensuring that it is effectively communicated to all employees and stakeholders.
  2. Employees: All employees are expected to familiarise themselves with this policy and report any concerns related to modern slavery or human trafficking promptly
  3. Suppliers and Contractors: ADTUK expects its suppliers and contractors to comply with all relevant laws and regulations pertaining to modern slavery and human trafficking. Suppliers and contractors are required to adhere to the principles outlined in this policy.

Risk Assessment

ADTUK conducts regular risk assessments to identify and evaluate the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking within its operations and supply chains. These assessments include evaluating the geographical locations of suppliers, the nature of the products and services provided, and any known instances of modern slavery in the industry.

Due Diligence

ADTUK carries out due diligence on its suppliers and contractors to assess their compliance with this policy and their commitment to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking. This may include conducting audits, requesting relevant documentation, and engaging in dialogue with suppliers to address any concerns identified.

Training and Awareness

ADTUK provides training and awareness programs for its employees to ensure they understand the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking and know how to identify and report any suspected cases. Training covers topics such as recognizing the signs of modern slavery, reporting procedures, and the importance of ethical sourcing.

Reporting

Access Diagnostics encourages employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report any concerns or suspicions of modern slavery or human trafficking. Reports can be made confidentially and will be investigated promptly and thoroughly.

Compliance and Monitoring

ADTUK monitors compliance with this policy through regular reviews, audits, and assessments of its operations and supply chains. Any instances of non-compliance will be addressed promptly, and corrective actions will be implemented to prevent reoccurrence.

Continuous Improvement

ADTUK is committed to continuously improving its efforts to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking. We regularly review and update this policy to ensure it remains effective and aligned with best practices and legal requirements.

Our Commitment

ADTUK is unwavering in our commitment to upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct and corporate responsibility. We recognize the importance of combating modern slavery and human trafficking and will continue to work diligently to ensure that our operations and supply chains remain free from these practices.

Date of Approval: 20/3/24

Review Date: 20/3/25