This statement is made
pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It constitutes Motorhog’s
slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 29th
February 2020. This statement covers the activities of Motorhog Ltd and
the activities of those who form part of Motorhog’s supply chain for goods and
Motorhog aims to identify and mitigate the risk of modern slavery in the following ways (but not limited to):
- Investigating and vetting our supply chains policies, contracts, contractors etc.;
- Continually auditing and reviewing our practices – checking all employees are paid at least the minimum wage and have the right to work;
- By encouraging the reporting of any concerns and protecting whistleblowers;
- By having Zero tolerance for slavery and human trafficking.
Motorhog is a UK based
Salvage and Dismantling services company. We work with the insurance industry,
fleet operators and repairers to process vehicle salvage, dismantling,
recycling and green parts supply.
Our staff are
largely directly employed and are not in any category which is generally seen
to be vulnerable to modern slavery in this country, so our focus is to ensure
there are policies and procedures in place for our contractors and suppliers.
Our Supply Chain
is committed to continuously improving its practices to identify and eliminate
any slavery and human trafficking in its business and supply chains, and to act
ethically and with integrity in all its business relationships.
uses a wide range of suppliers who supply goods for sale, provide services and
support our operations.
As part of our initiative to
identify and mitigate risk we have conducted a risk assessment and will review
this on an annual basis.
Combatting Slavery and Human Trafficking
our business there are relatively few risks in our supply chains or within our
business. One of the reasons for this is because we are guided by our overall
approach to doing business which requires high standards of honesty and
integrity from our team.
Motorhog does have policies which aim to minimise the risk of
modern slavery in our supply chain. These include:
- A Whistleblowing Policy which encourages staff to report concerns
including any related to modern slavery/trafficking and child or forced labour.
- A Modern Day
Slavery Policy which encourages staff to report any specific concerns in
relation to modern slavery
Over the course
of the next financial year we will continue to enhance our procedures to help
us identify, prevent and mitigate any risks of modern slavery or human
trafficking in relation to new and existing suppliers.
statement has been formally approved by the board of Directors for Motorhog and
signed on their behalf.
and approved on the 01/03/2019 by:
Richard Martin – Managing Director
Next review date 28/02/2020 unless a change in legislation or best practice deems sooner. A signed copy of this policy is available upon request.