Modern Slavery Statement

This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and outlines the measures undertaken by Nationwide Workwear, a trading division of The Mina Group Limited, to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking within our business and supply chain.

Our Commitment

At Nationwide Workwear, we are committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct and corporate responsibility. We believe that modern slavery and human trafficking have no place in our business or supply chain, and we are dedicated to taking proactive steps to prevent and address these issues.

Steps Taken

Nationwide Workwear has implemented the following measures to ensure compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015:

  1. Supply Chain Assessment: We conduct thorough assessments of our supply chain to identify and mitigate any risks related to modern slavery and human trafficking. This includes evaluating the practices of our suppliers and contractors to ensure they adhere to ethical standards.
  2. Supplier Due Diligence: We require all suppliers and contractors to comply with our Supplier Code of Conduct, which prohibits the use of forced labour, child labour, and any other forms of modern slavery. We regularly review and monitor supplier compliance to mitigate risks.
  3. Employee Training: We provide comprehensive training to our employees to raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking issues. This training includes identifying signs of exploitation, reporting procedures, and our commitment to ethical conduct.
  4. Policies and Procedures: Nationwide Workwear has established robust policies and procedures to prevent and address modern slavery and human trafficking within our business operations. These include recruitment practices, whistleblowing procedures, and disciplinary measures for non-compliance.
  5. Ongoing Monitoring and Review: We continuously monitor and review our practices to ensure they remain effective in preventing modern slavery and human trafficking. This includes regular audits of our supply chain, internal reviews of policies and procedures, and engagement with stakeholders.

Nationwide Workwear remains steadfast in our commitment to combatting modern slavery and human trafficking. We recognise that eradicating these practices requires ongoing vigilance, collaboration, and transparency. We will continue to work diligently to ensure that our business and supply chain remain free from exploitation and uphold the dignity and rights of all individuals.

This statement has been approved by the Senior Leadership Team and will be reviewed annually to ensure its continued effectiveness and relevance.

Jake Adams
Managing Director
Reviewed: January 2024

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