Modern Slavery Policy

At Celtheath Ltd we are committed to putting in place steps that are aimed at ensuring that our Company is free from slavery and human trafficking and that all our employees, as well as the employees, agents and contractors of the companies that work on our behalf, are kept safe.

Our Company Structure

Celtheath Ltd is a privately-owned furniture and logistics company operating solely in the UK with forty employees. We operate the Management system as prescribe by the Mentor program provided by NatWest. This Management System is based on the nationally agreed principles, defined and developed to provide the necessary strength, flexibility and appropriate foundation for the development of a sustainable culture throughout the Company

Our Employees

We respect our employees for their individuality and encourage feedback on how our business can improve. We have low staff turnover with several employees working for more than 25 years. We operate a thorough recruitment and selection process for all our hiring decisions. This includes obtaining documented proof of an individual’s right to work in the country in which they will be employed. We require their national insurance number and personal bank account details. We never make payments to third party account or in cash. Celtheath always pay above the living wage rate applicable.

Our Supply Chain

Due to the nature of Celtheath business and the close relationship we have with our employees and supply chain the risk of modem slavery is exceptionally low compared to businesses operating in other sectors. However, we are not complacent and continue to work to improve our policies and procedures to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our supply chains.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes Celtheath slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 1st August 2018. The Board of Celtheath Ltd has approved this statement.