Modern Slavery Statement

At Amron Architectural we are relentless in our pursuit of delivering quality and excellence for our clients. We use our professional expertise with integrity and in a responsible manner, aligning our actions and decisions to the highest standards of business conduct and being alert to situations that pose ethical questions. Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. This statement underlines our commitment to ensuring modern slavery is not taking place anywhere in and around our organisation. This statement explains the approach we take to monitoring and preventing it within our supply chain.


Our procurement process includes vetting every new supplier and carrying out a risk analysis based on the nature and value of the product or service, it incorporates specific measures to ensure that our obligations under the Act are passed through our supply chain.

All our suppliers are expected to comply with all local and national laws and regulations and we ask for information about:

  • Monitoring of tier 1 and 2 supply chains for unfair practices.
  • Policies on fair sourcing of goods and services.
  • Employment practices such as advertising vacancies, work/life balance.
  • Training for staff.
  • Diversity data.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility; and willingness to share our values.
  • We have also taken steps to expand our framework to address the risk of slavery and human trafficking including;
  • Obtaining contractual warranties that no slavery is used anywhere in the supplier's business or by any of the suppliers in its supply chain and that all necessary processes and policies have been put into place to ensure that this remains the case.
    • Adding indemnity provisions and rights to terminate for breach of our Anti-Slavery Policy into our contracts.
    • Extending risk mapping to include location, the length of the relationship and any other existing information to enable us to rate suppliers.
    • Ensuring risk areas are documented, monitored and taken into consideration in any future contract renewals.

          We have now obtained a contractual right to request compliance-related information from suppliers and also have a contractual right to audit suppliers at our discretion. Our internal supplier audit programme is being developed and will include an assessment of compliance with the Act.

          Supplier responses are taken into consideration when short-listing and we make any concerns known to the supplier. Should suppliers fail to meet our standards or be unwilling to make any changes we may cease to engage with them.

          OUR CLIENTS

          We build up client profiles by carrying our client due diligence which allows us to identify any specific risks related to a new client of the business and helps us to ensure that we do not act for clients in circumstances where it is illegal or inappropriate to do so. All staff are required to report any breaches of our policies, law or regulation to our Practice Governance & Risk Team.


          We are committed to ensuring that Amron’s staff are equipped to identify risk factors of possible slavery and that they understand the implications of the Act for our business. We are developing and will deploy training on recognising and reporting any breaches of the Act to our business. It is compulsory for those who need to be the most vigilant to ensure that slavery or human trafficking are not taking place within our organisation or our supply chain including the Practice Governance & Risk group, HR and Procurement functions.

          We are continually reviewing our systems to ensure we have robust policies and processes in place to mitigate the risk of Modern Slavery.

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