Ce site Web enregistre des cookies sur votre ordinateur. Ces cookies visent à améliorer notre site Web et à vous proposer des services plus personnalisés, tant sur ce site que sur d’autres supports. Pour en savoir plus concernant les cookies que nous utilisons ainsi que les procédures de blocage ou de suppression des cookies, veuillez vous reporter à notre Politique de respect de la vie privée. Si vous continuez à utiliser ce site, vous consentez à l’usage que nous faisons des cookies.

Choose Language:

Politique de lutte contre l’esclavage et la traite d’êtres humains

Last updated: 27th January 2021

Introduction
CSL Dualcom Ltd and its subsidiaries (“the Company”) is committed to ensuring that its business dealings are carried out in compliance with the relevant laws and, in doing so, we endorse the implementation and promotion of ethical business practices to protect workers from being abused and exploited.

The Company is committed to preventing slavery & human trafficking in its corporate activities and to ensuring that its supply chains are free from slavery & human trafficking.

Organisation Structure
This statement covers the activities of CSL Dualcom Ltd which is headquartered in Harefield (UB9) and has circa 140 employees in entities across Europe.

Relevant Policies
The Company operates a number of policies that mitigate the risk of modern slavery and set out steps to be taken to prevent slavery & human trafficking in its operations.

Whistleblowing
The Company encourages all its workers, customers and other business partners to report any concerns related to the direct activities, or the supply chains of, the organisation. This includes any circumstances that may give rise to an enhanced risk of slavery or human trafficking. The Company’s whistleblowing procedure is designed to make it easy for workers to make disclosures, without fear of retaliation. Employees, customers or others who have concerns should report these.

Supplier Chain Management
Whilst the Company exercises a vital role in the Security market, it does not have a supply chain that is reliant on factories or other entities that would normally be associated with slavery or forced labour.

As a general rule, contractors and suppliers used by CSL Dualcom Ltd are therefore not likely to be susceptible to this risk. However, we are mindful that others may not always uphold standards to the same level as CSL Dualcom Ltd. Consequently, employees responsible for managing suppliers and others involved with CSL Dualcom Ltd are, themselves, responsible for ensuring that our values and ideals are upheld. This continues to be a work in progress, and we are strengthening our controls as new contracts are agreed. For example, serious violations by suppliers will lead to the termination of the business relationship.

Recruitment and Selection
CSL Dualcom Ltd uses specified, reputable employment agencies to source labour. All entities in the Group ensure appropriate controls are in place to ensure employees have the right to work and are therefore protected by employment legislation. This includes checking right-to-work documents, visas and passports.

CSL Dualcom Ltd and its associated subsidiaries do not employ individuals that would be considered to be ‘child workers’. Young and inexperienced workers may be employed or given work experience, but they are subject to the rights and protections that we afford all workers.

Basic rights which we expect all workers to enjoy, include:

Right to Audit
All offices in the Group are subject to periodic audits. Core audit work includes an assessment of the basic working conditions of our staff and consideration of our ability to oversee controls discharged by third party suppliers.