Modern Slavery Policy

Optimiser is committed towards eliminating modern slavery in its corporate activities as well as supply chain.

At Optimiser, our goal is to eliminate slavery or human trafficking from the organisation, subsidiaries, and supply chains. In order to support this cause, we follow the below policies that outline our approach to find out risks associated with modern slavery and ways to prevent them from occurring in our operations.

Scope

  • Employee Code of Conduct
  • Recruitment and Selection Policy
  • Safeguarding Policy
  • Due Diligence
  • Our Supply Chain

1. Employee Code of Conduct

  • 1.1 The code of conduct of the company designs expectations and act as a guiding principle to promote appropriate behaviour at the workplace. Some of our policies provide ethical and legal guidelines for relationships between employees, people we support, stakeholders and suppliers.
  • 1.2 The handbook of our company and company policies clearly mentions the code of our conduct that sets clear expectations in the behaviour of employees or anyone else representing the company.
  • 1.3 All of our actions while operating within the business and community must be maintained at the higher standard.

2. Recruitment and Selection Policy

  • 2.1 Optimiser and its associated organisations pride themselves to be an equal opportunity employer. Our policies relating to selection and recruitment comply with employee legislation and the Equality Act, 2010. All of our employees involved in recruitment and selection follow impartial criteria, free from discrimination at every stage.
  • 2.2 Our recruitment policy is robust including eligibility of the individual to work in the United Kingdom to prevent human trafficking or individuals who are being forced to work against their will.

3. Safeguarding Policy

  • 3.1 In our safeguarding policy, robust procedures are put in place, ensuring the individuals are aware of the signs of abuse, including modern slavery.

4. Due Diligence

  • 4.1 Our organisation practice due diligence to ensure no one in the organisation is subject to modern slavery.
  • 4.2 To support this cause, Senior Management of the company has all the relevant experience on the same and regularly takes part in inappropriate training.

5. Supply Chain

  • 5.1 In order to keep the organisation’s supply chain free from modern slavery, and human trafficking, the company takes the following steps to keep the supply chain reputable:
  • Optimiser is committed to use the support of specified and reputable employment agencies to source employees.
  • We only work with suppliers who can verify that their businesses can demonstrate the assessment of risk, method statement, and the appropriate insurance for their business.

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