Anti-Slavery Policy

1. Introduction
HDM Solar (Wholesale) Ltd. is committed to preventing modern slavery, human trafficking, and other forms of forced labour within its operations and supply chain. This Anti-Slavery Policy reflects our dedication to upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct and compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

2. Policy Statement
HDM Solar (Wholesale) Ltd. strictly prohibits the use of forced labour, slavery, and human trafficking in any part of our business. We are committed to ensuring that our operations and supply chain are free from such practices and that all individuals associated with our organisation are treated with respect and dignity.

3. Responsibilities
All employees, contractors, and business partners of HDM Solar (Wholesale) Ltd. are responsible for adhering to and promoting this anti-slavery policy. Management is accountable for implementing and enforcing the policy, as well as regularly reviewing and updating it to ensure its continued effectiveness.

4. Compliance with Laws and Regulations
HDM Solar (Wholesale) Ltd. will comply with all applicable laws and regulations related to the prevention of slavery and human trafficking, including the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. We will also support and engage with relevant initiatives aimed at eradicating modern slavery.

5. Due Diligence in Supply Chain
We are committed to conducting due diligence on our supply chain to identify and mitigate any potential risks of slavery or human trafficking. This includes evaluating suppliers, contractors, and business partners to ensure they share our commitment to ethical business practices.

6. Reporting Violations
Employees, contractors, or any other stakeholders who become aware of practices that violate this anti-slavery policy are encouraged to report such violations to their supervisor, the human resources department, or through an established reporting mechanism.

7. Continuous Improvement
We are committed to continuously reviewing and improving our anti-slavery measures to ensure the effectiveness of our policies and practices.

8. Communication
This policy will be communicated to all employees, contractors, and business partners and will be made publicly available on our company website, as required by the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

9. Review
This anti-slavery policy will be reviewed periodically to ensure its relevance and effectiveness.

Any necessary updates will be made to address emerging risks and challenges.

Date of Adoption: 17/01/2024

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