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Modern Slavery Statement

This is the Viking Extrusions Ltd modern slavery and human trafficking statement pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This statement sets out the steps Viking Extrusions Ltd has taken to address the risk of slavery and human trafficking taking place in any of its supply chains, and in any part of its own business. It has been approved by the directors of Viking Extrusions Ltd.

Our business, structure and supply chains

Viking Extrusions is a specialist producer of silicone rubber products operating from one site in Worthing, UK with approximately 20 staff members. Our supply chains include the import of raw materials and other goods from suppliers located in the UK and abroad.

Our policies on slavery and human trafficking

We will not tolerate slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. We are committed to ensuring that there is transparency in our own business and to tackling any modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains. We expect the same standards from our suppliers and contractors.

Due Diligence processes & steps to assess and manage risks

In order to identify and mitigate modern slavery and human trafficking risks, we adopt a risk-based approach. Systematic review of supplier risks is an important tool used by Viking Extrusions for properly evaluating our supplier relationships. We have in place systems across our business; our trading partners; and our supply chains to:

  • Identify inappropriate employment practices.
  • Identify and assess other potential risk areas.
  • Mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring.
  • Monitor potential risk areas.
  • Protect whistle-blowers.

Training

To ensure a high level of understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our business, in our supply chains and in our business partners, we provide relevant training to our staff.

 

Robert Luff

Director

Viking Extrusions Ltd

21st January 2019