Modern Day Slavery Policy

Dinstock is committed to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in all aspects of our business operations and supply chains. We acknowledge the gravity of these issues and recognise our responsibility to take proactive measures to combat them.

Key Principles:

  • Zero Tolerance: Dinstock has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. We will not tolerate any form of forced labour, child labour, bonded labour, or any other form of exploitation within our organisation or supply chains.
  • Due Diligence: We will conduct thorough due diligence assessments of our suppliers and business partners to ensure that they share our commitment to ethical labour practices. This includes assessing their policies, procedures, and practices related to modern slavery and human trafficking.
  • Supplier Engagement: We will work collaboratively with our suppliers to raise awareness of modern slavery risks and build capacity for ethical labour practices. We will provide support and resources to help them improve their labour standards and address any identified issues.
  • Employee Awareness: We will provide training and awareness programmes for our employees to educate them about the signs of modern slavery and their role in preventing it. We will encourage a culture of vigilance and empowerment, where employees feel comfortable reporting any concerns they may have.
  • Reporting Mechanisms: We will establish clear and accessible reporting mechanisms for employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report suspected cases of modern slavery or human trafficking. Reports will be thoroughly investigated, and appropriate action will be taken in accordance with our policies and legal obligations.
  • Continuous Improvement: We are committed to continuously improving our efforts to combat modern slavery and human trafficking. We will regularly review and update our policies, procedures, and due diligence processes to ensure their effectiveness and relevance.


  • Leadership Commitment: Our senior leadership team is committed to driving the implementation of this policy and ensuring that it is effectively integrated into our business practices.
  • Compliance: All employees and business partners are expected to comply with this policy and uphold its principles in all their activities.
  • Monitoring and Review: We will monitor our compliance with this policy through regular audits and assessments. We will also review the effectiveness of our efforts to combat modern slavery and human trafficking and make adjustments as necessary.
  • Transparency: We will communicate openly and transparently about our efforts to combat modern slavery and human trafficking, both internally and externally, including in our annual reports and public disclosures.
  • By adopting this policy, Dinstock reaffirms its commitment to upholding human rights and ethical labour practices and contributing to the eradication of modern slavery and human trafficking worldwide.