MODERN SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING
At Galliford Try we recognise that slavery and human trafficking are significant human rights issues, we are committed to taking appropriate and proportionate steps to mitigating the risk of these occurring within our businesses and our supply chain. This statement covers our approach at Galliford Try, Linden Homes, Morrison Construction, Galliford Try Partnerships, Rock & Alluvium, Oak Dry Lining, Drew Smith and all subsidiaries.
As a housebuilding and construction business operating within the UK, the key areas of our operation that could be affected by slavery and human trafficking are our directly hired employees, agency workers working on our behalf, subcontractor operatives working on our sites, and the workforce of our supply chain who supply materials to our business. The steps that we take to mitigate risks in relation to each of these areas are as follows:
Our whistleblowing procedure allows any employee or third party to confidentially raise a concern.
This statement will be reviewed and updated as necessary on at least an annual basis. Accountability for compliance with this statement rests with the Executive Board.
Signed for, and on behalf of, the Executive Board:
Peter Truscott; Chief Executive, Galliford Try Plc