Little Forest is committed to the elimination of modern slavery and human trafficking in its operations and supply chains. We believe that everyone has the right to freedom from exploitation and abuse, and we are committed to working with our suppliers and partners to ensure that our products and services are not produced using forced labour or other forms of modern slavery.
We have a zero-tolerance policy for modern slavery and human trafficking. We conduct regular risk assessments of our operations and supply chains to identify and mitigate the risks of modern slavery. We also work with our suppliers to ensure that they are committed to the elimination of modern slavery.
We have a number of measures in place to prevent modern slavery, including:
- A code of conduct for suppliers that sets out our expectations on human rights and labour standards.
- Training for our employees on modern slavery and human trafficking.
- A whistleblowing policy that allows employees to report concerns about modern slavery in a confidential manner.
- A grievance procedure that allows employees to raise concerns about modern slavery.
We are committed to continuous improvement in our efforts to eliminate modern slavery. We will regularly review our policies and procedures to ensure that they are effective in preventing modern slavery. We will also work with our suppliers and partners to raise awareness of modern slavery and to develop new ways to prevent it.
If you have any concerns about modern slavery in our operations or supply chains, please contact us via our website