Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. Colour Consultancy Limited has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and is committed to acting ethically to implement and enforce effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery is not taking place within Colour Consultancy or its supply chains.
Colour Consultancy Limited has its head office in Farnsfield, Newark, United Kingdom. In YE April 2022 95% of sales coming from inside the United Kingdom. We are small business with less than 5 employees so we can keep a strict eye on whom we deal with. In addition our business banking is handled by one of the few Ethical banks currently trading in the UK.
Colour Consultancy Limited works with a very small number of UK and European suppliers. These products typically include paper and inks from Globally known brands.
Colour Consultancy Limited’s Anti-Slavery Policy reflects Colour Consultancy Limited’s zero tolerance approach to modern slavery. All employees of Colour Consultancy Limited are required to comply with our Anti-Slavery Policy at all times.
Our suppliers of goods and services for day to day business operations are also required to meet the compliance standards set out within the Anti-Slavery Policy. This may be achieved by requiring these suppliers to comply with our ethical codes and standards where appropriate.
Any noted failure of a supplier to meet the compliance standards set out within the Anti-Slavery Policy shall result in the immediate termination of any business relationship with that supplier.
Communication and Training
Colour Consultancy Limited communicates its Anti-Slavery Policy to all employees, and to suppliers in the manner described above. Colour Consultancy Limited provides training to relevant members of staff in connection with the Anti-Slavery Policy.
Colour Consultancy Limited will continue to update its policies and procedures as required to ensure that appropriate safeguards are maintained against modern slavery within Colour Consultancy Limited and its supply chains.
Updated May 2022