Anti slavery & Child Labour Policy
Policy Statement Introduction:
Salko UK Limited has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and is committed to the prevention of acts of slavery, servitude, human trafficking, forced and child labour. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency to safeguard against any form of modern slavery and child labour within our business and supply chain. Insisting that our contractors, suppliers and other business partners adopt the same high standards
Whilst Salko UK Ltd are not legally required to publish an annual anti-slavery and human trafficking statement as a result of their annual turnover (Modern Slavery Act 2015), this statement has been produced to support all of the requirements covered under the Act.
Company Structure & Commitment:
Salko UK Ltd plc is a provider of mechanical and electrical services to a number of major UK and International Companies in a wide variety of industries, working mainly in the UK but also EU and non-EU countries. We are a Member of the Engineering Construction Industry Association (ECIA) and a Corporate Member of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (REC) in addition to our NICEIC membership.
A key component of our success has been the introduction of an establishing Integrated Management System (IMS) that complies with the ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015 and ISO45001:2018 International Standards. This commitment ensures 100% satisfaction of the client’s contractual requirements, and that quality, safety, health, environmental and legal compliance is maintained.
Salko UK Ltd is also a Corporate Member of Institute of Recruitment Professionals (REC) and fully support internationally proclaimed human rights and the elimination of forced, compulsory and child labour. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships to ensure slavery, human trafficking or child labour exploitation is not taking place anywhere in our, or our customers supply chain. We operate a number of internal policies that support this commitment.
As part of our commitment to this policy we require our contractors, suppliers and other business partners to adopt the same high standards, and adhere to the standards set out by the International Labour Organisation in regard to the employment of children and young people i.e.
- Children should not be recruited before they have reached the age of completion of compulsory schooling, and in any case not before the age of 15; and
- Those under 18 year old must not be required to perform hazardous duties.
Salko contractors, suppliers and other business partners are expected to have their own anti-slavery and child protection policy or if not, they must comply with this document.
4th January 2021