Modern Slavery Policy

National Compliance Training is committed to combatting modern slavery in all its forms and will not tolerate any form of forced labour, human trafficking, or exploitation within our operations or supply chain. This Modern Slavery Policy outlines our commitment to identifying and preventing modern slavery and our dedication to ensuring ethical and responsible practices throughout our organisation.

2. Policy Statement
At National Compliance Training, we are dedicated to the following principles:

2.1. Zero Tolerance:
• We have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery in all its forms, including
forced labour, human trafficking, child labour, and other exploitative practices.
• We will not engage in, support, or condone any activities that involve modern
2.2. Compliance with Laws:
• We will comply with all applicable laws and regulations related to modern slavery,
including the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and equivalent legislation in other
jurisdictions where we operate.
2.3. Transparency:
• We will promote transparency within our supply chain by clearly communicating our
expectations and commitment to eradicating modern slavery.
• We will work with our suppliers and partners to ensure they understand and share
our commitment to ethical and responsible practices.
2.4. Due Diligence:
• We will conduct thorough due diligence assessments of our suppliers and partners to
identify and mitigate any potential risks related to modern slavery.
• We will review and assess our supply chain regularly to identify areas that require
2.5. Reporting and Whistleblowing:
• We encourage all employees, suppliers, and stakeholders to report any suspicions or
concerns related to modern slavery.
• We will provide mechanisms for confidential reporting, and any reports will be
investigated promptly and thoroughly.
2.6. Training and Awareness:
• We will provide training and awareness programs to educate our employees and
partners about modern slavery and how to identify and prevent it.
• We will ensure our employees understand their role in preventing modern slavery
within our organization.

3. Responsibilities
3.1. Management:
• Senior management is responsible for providing leadership and resources to support
the implementation of this policy.
• They will ensure that the policy is effectively communicated and understood
throughout the organization.
3.2. Employees:
• All employees are expected to adhere to this policy and actively contribute to its
• Employees are encouraged to report any suspicions or concerns related to modern
3.3. Suppliers and Partners:
• Suppliers and partners are expected to comply with our standards and principles
related to modern slavery.
• Non-compliance may result in the termination of business relationships.

4. Monitoring and Review
4.1. Compliance:
• We will regularly review our operations and supply chain to ensure compliance with
this policy.
• Any violations or non-compliance will be addressed promptly and appropriately.
4.2. Performance:
• Our efforts to combat modern slavery will be regularly assessed to measure
• Periodic audits and evaluations will be conducted to identify areas for improvement.

National Compliance Training is committed to eradicating modern slavery and ensuring
ethical and responsible practices throughout our organization and supply chain. This policy
will be communicated to all employees, suppliers, and stakeholders, and its effectiveness
will be regularly reviewed and updated as necessary to align with our commitment to
combat modern slavery.