Modern Slavery Act 2015

Modern Slavery Act

Modern slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour are unacceptable in a modern, twenty first century society. The trafficking of people around the world both thrives on the demand created by such practices and serves to create opportunity for unscrupulous employers.

Aberla recognises that everyone in its business, and in its supply chains, has a duty to be alert to the risks, however slight, that modern day slavery presents. Staff are expected to report any concerns, and management are expected to act on those concerns.

Aberla is an energy infrastructure specialist working in the public and private sectors across the UK.

Our Mission

‘To deliver low carbon energy infrastructure, using experience, innovation and collaboration’ relies heavily on the continued development of our service lines and our commitment to creating sustainable communities across the country.

Supplier Adherence to Aberla’s Values

Aberla has zero tolerance towards slavery and human trafficking.  Aberla expects all those in its supply chains for materials, services and labour, to comply with its policies and values.

Aberla will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery or human trafficking.

 

Relevant Policies

In keeping with Aberla’s commitment to act with integrity in all its business dealings, many of the company’s existing policies are relevant in ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in any part of its business or supply chains.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern-Day Slavery Act 2015.