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Modern Slavery

Kaydee Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Policy

1. Structure, business and supply chain


Kaydee Light Control Solutions Ltd is headquartered in Shepshed, Leics. UK and sells its products throughout the United Kingdom. Our product range makes use of the highest quality materials, which for the most part is sourced from Europe & the UK respectively.

 

This allows us to focus our oversight and influence over two discrete geographic regions. We have over 20 employees within our organisation in addition to approximately 1,000 workers who are engaged through our supply chain. Where
possible, we engage suppliers who have relationships with existing suppliers so that we can contain our supplier network and improve consistency in ethical practices throughout the supply chain.


Building on our existing Environmental Policy and our commitment to the Ethical Trading Initiative, we have embraced the requirement to provide an annual slavery and human trafficking statement. This will allow us to share our efforts against slavery and human trafficking and improve and measure our success each financial year. This past financial year, we took the following key steps to ensure slavery and human trafficking did not occur within our organisation or supply chain.


2. Slavery and human trafficking policies


Notably, we developed this Modern Slavery Policy. We have clear objectives relating
to the following themes:


• Relationships: Strengthening our supplier engagement process

• Feedback: Establishing grievance mechanisms and channels for individual worker feedback

• Knowledge: Improving our knowledge base by collecting relevant data and improving product traceability

• Measurable change: Developing verifiable KPls to measure progress


• Supplier collaboration: Encouraging suppliers to collaborate to address slavery and human trafficking issues

• lncentivisation: Developing mechanisms to incentivise employees and suppliers to address slavery and human trafficking and improve labour standards


• Accountability: Establishing a framework for organisation accountability to allow for raising issues, making suggestions, voicing grievances and reporting slavery and human trafficking


• Relationships: Strengthening our supplier engagement process


• Feedback: Establishing grievance mechanisms and channels for individual worker feedback


• Knowledge: Improving our knowledge base by collecting relevant data and improving product traceability

• Measurable change: Developing verifiable KPls to measure progress


• Supplier collaboration: Encouraging suppliers to collaborate to address slavery and human trafficking issues

• lncentivisation: Developing mechanisms to incentivise employees and suppliers to address slavery and human trafficking and improve labour standards

• Accountability: Establishing a framework for organisation accountability to allow for raising issues, making suggestions, voicing grievances and reporting slavery and human trafficking