Endwell Contracts


The Modern Slavery Act 2015

 

We at Endwell Contracts we are committed to developing and adopting a proactive approach to tackling hidden labour exploitation. 

 

OUR BUSINESS 

Our business, Endwell Contracts has successfully been trading since 1989.  We are a small to medium building contractor who employs bona fide sub-contractors who work alongside us in providing the best craftsmanship we can.  Our sub-contractors have worked closely with us over a number of years.  We are committed and will only employ sub-contractors who are registered with HMRC Construction Industry Scheme, and can provide us with the necessary verifications and identities we require. 

 

ORGANISATION'S STRUCTURE

Endwell Contracts are a building contractor whose registered office is based in Sevenoaks, Kent.   We are not based, nor do we have any operations, in any country outside the UK.

 

OUR SUPPLY CHAINS

Our supply chain partners/suppliers are based in the UK only.


DUE DILIGENCE PROCESSES FOR SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

As part of our initiative to identify and mitigate risk we have: 

 

1. Put in place our statement on slavery and human trafficking

 

2. Given appropriate Partners awareness on  “Tackling Modern Slavery in UK Businesses and Supply Chains” 

 

3. The Partnership will not use any individual or organisation to source and supply workers without confirming that workers are not being charged a work finding fee.

 

4. Ensure that both Partners are responsible for directly recruiting workers are trained to be aware of issues around third party exploitation and signs to look for and have signed appropriate Compliance Principles 

 

5. Ensure that labour sourcing, recruitment and worker placement processes are under the control of the Partners.

 

6. Adopt a proactive approach to reporting suspicions of hidden worker exploitation to the Gangmasters Licensing Authority and police.

 

7. Provide information on tackling “Hidden Labour Exploitation” to our sub-contractors through their induction.

 

8. Encourage workers to report cases of hidden third party labour exploitation, provide the means to do so and investigate and act on reports appropriately.

 

9. Positively encourage and support sub-contractors to report such exploitation.

 

10. Require labour providers and other organisations in the labour supply chain to adopt policies and procedures consistent with the above