Slavery Policy

Vision Support Services

This statement sets out Vision Support Services Ltd.’s actions to understand all potential modern slavery risks related to its business and to put in place steps that are aimed at ensuring, where reasonably practicable, that no slavery or human trafficking occurs within its own business and its supply chains.

As part of our global supply chain, the organisation recognises that it has a responsibility to take a robust approach to slavery and human trafficking.

Vision Support Services Ltd is committed to maintaining and improving systems and processes to avoid complicity in human rights violations related to our own operations, our supply chain, and our products.

We realise that slavery and human trafficking can occur in many forms, such as forced labour, child labour, domestic servitude, sex trafficking and workplace abuse. Therefore throughout this statement, we, Vision Support Services Ltd. use the terms ‘slavery and human trafficking to encompass all these various forms of coerced labour.

As outlined in detail below, we take certain steps, to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in our supply chains or other parts of our business. Our financial projections lead us to believe that our first published Slavery and Human Trafficking statement will be published in the financial year 2016/2017. We acknowledge that this is a work in progress and aim to review all aspects of our supply chain within the next five years.

To this end, we have established an integrated approach to managing human rights across our business, including risks related to slavery and trafficking. Organisational structure and supply chains.

This statement covers the activities of Vision Support Services Ltd:

Vision Support Services Ltd. is the leading supplier and distributor of luxury, performance and specialist textiles in the global accommodation, retail and healthcare markets.

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Vision Support Services
EEA Supplier Survey results

Commercial organisations subject to the 2015 Modern Slavery Act must report annually on the steps that they have taken during the financial year to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in their own business or in their supply chains.

As part of Visions 2016 Compliance Report as our international supply chain is governed by our Labour Standards Policy we aimed to map and look at our EEA supply chain for signs of modern slavery.

A survey was conducted with all parties who held a supplier relationship with Vison on or before 01.08.17.

The results of our survey would then aid in the formation of actions to be taken over proceeding years.

This would aid us in formulating an accurate risk assessment and channel our resources into ensuring that there were no occurrences in our supply chain of modern slavery.

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