ISS is committed to understanding all potential modern slavery risks related
to its business and to put into place steps that are aimed at ensuring that
there is no slavery or human trafficking in its own business and its supply
chains. This statement relates to actions and activities for the financial
year ended 30 Nov 2017.
The business acknowledges its responsibility with regard to the Modern Slavery
Act 2015 and will ensure to achieve transparency within the business and with suppliers.
Structure and Supply Chain
ISS specialises in employing Temporary Workers and providing their services
to Recruitment Agencies and End-Clients. By operating a streamlined structure
ISS’ supply chain is kept to a minimum. This allows ISS to fully vet its suppliers
and ensure they are also committed to meeting the goals set out in the Modern
Slavery Act 2015.
ISS will not knowingly support or deal with any business involved in slavery or human trafficking.
The Company Director(S) shall take the responsibility for implementing this policy statement
and its objectives and shall provide adequate resources to ensure that slavery and human
trafficking is not taking place within the organisation nor within its supply chain.
This policy statement will be reviewed annually and published on its website.