With the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, and the lawful requirement in section…
Hardscape are pleased to publicly confirm that following a submission of documentary and photographic evidence along with a review of our ground truth programme activity at the source of our materials by the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) Directorate that we retain our membership ranking of Achiever Level Status in the full membership category of the ETI.
Indeed our percentage score increased, and it would be our hope that we continue this positive evolution.
Within the UK and Irish hard landscape industry Hardscape lead in the evolution of ethical trade to meet the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 & the UN Guiding Principles for Business & Human Rights which enables us to offer, honestly and transparently, a verified ethical supply chain.
Our business is also pleased to announce that our Group Ethical Trading Manager, Glenn Bradley, will assume the pioneering role of Chairperson of the Business & Human Rights Forum in Ireland which adds value to our Company commitment regarding the evolution to assure & guarantee there is no human or labour rights abuse of the stone masons making or shipping our products.
All our staff, and clients can be justifiably proud off the ethical work we are achieving. Hardscape assure you of our ethical transparency and sourcing, at all times.