Modern Slavery Policy

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy

This policy is subject to annual review.

Policy Statement

‘Modern slavery’ is a term that describes anyone who is forced to work, owned by an employer, bought and sold or physically constrained. ‘Human trafficking’ describes the practice of transporting someone from one area or country to another. We firmly reject any involvement in such practices within our operations and supply chains. We continue to monitor that modern slavery is not taking place in our organisation.


We are committed to upholding the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all aspects of our business operations. We expect everyone working with us to support the following safeguards:

Zero Tolerance – We have zero tolerance for modern slavery in our organisation and supply chains.

Shared Responsibility – It is the responsibility of all staff to prevent, detect and report instances of modern slavery in our organisation or supply chains.

Awareness – Our staff are made aware of the issues of modern slavery and human trafficking and this policy will be available to the public.

Training and Education – We provide ongoing training and education to employees on identifying and addressing modern slavery and human trafficking.

Collaboration – We engage with stakeholders and suppliers to address the risk of modern slavery in our organisation and supply chains.

Responsibility – If individual or organisation working on our behalf breach our policies we will take appropriate action.

Reporting Concerns – Any person associated with Japeto or member of the public with concerns can report them to Japeto’s CEO.

Last reviewed 15/5/2024

Next review date 14/5/2025