Modern Day Slavery Policy

Effective Date: 22nd April 2023

Aquatic Group is committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical behavior and ensuring that our operations, as well as our supply chain, are free from any form of modern-day slavery or human trafficking. We are dedicated to combating these practices in all their forms and taking steps to prevent their occurrence within our organization and among our business partners. This Modern Day Slavery Policy outlines our commitment to eradicating slavery and human trafficking and sets forth the principles and procedures that guide our actions.

  1. Compliance with Laws and Regulations: Aquatic Group will comply with all applicable laws and regulations relating to modern-day slavery, forced labor, human trafficking, and other forms of exploitation. We will closely monitor any changes in legislation to ensure our practices align with legal requirements.

  2. Ethical Business Conduct: Aquatic Group will conduct its business with integrity, honesty, and transparency. We will not tolerate any form of modern-day slavery, forced labor, or human trafficking within our organization, including any practices that infringe upon individuals’ rights or exploit vulnerable workers.

  3. Employee Rights and Protections: We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive work environment for all our employees. We will respect and uphold their rights, including the freedom of association, fair wages, reasonable working hours, and the prohibition of forced or compulsory labor. We will not tolerate any form of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation against employees who exercise their rights.

  4. Supply Chain Due Diligence: Aquatic Group recognizes the importance of ensuring that our suppliers and business partners share our commitment to eliminating modern-day slavery and human trafficking. We will implement robust due diligence processes to assess potential risks within our supply chain and work closely with our suppliers to promote responsible practices.

  5. Supplier Expectations and Collaboration: Aquatic Group will communicate our expectations regarding modern-day slavery and human trafficking to our suppliers and business partners. We will require them to adhere to ethical standards, and we may conduct audits or assessments to verify compliance. If any supplier is found to engage in activities related to modern-day slavery, we will take appropriate actions, which may include termination of the business relationship.

  6. Training and Awareness: We will provide training and awareness programs to ensure that all employees, particularly those involved in procurement, supply chain management, and human resources, understand the risks and indicators of modern-day slavery. This training will empower them to identify and report any potential issues promptly.

  7. Reporting and Whistleblower Protection: Aquatic Group encourages employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report any concerns related to modern-day slavery or human trafficking. We have established reporting mechanisms that allow individuals to raise concerns confidentially and without fear of retaliation. Reports will be thoroughly investigated, and appropriate actions will be taken.

  8. Continuous Improvement: We are committed to continuously improving our policies and practices related to modern-day slavery and human trafficking. We will review and update our policies as necessary to address emerging risks and align with best industry practices.

Aquatic Group is determined to combat modern-day slavery and human trafficking in all its forms. This policy represents our commitment to creating a responsible and ethical business environment, both within our organization and across our supply chain. We will regularly review and update this policy to ensure its effectiveness and compliance with evolving legal and societal expectations.

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Last Updated: 22/04/2023