We are committed to working responsibly and ethically, especially when it comes to human rights concerns, and we will not accept human trafficking or other forms of slavery in our operations. We expect our supply chain to provide equally high standards.
We, at Ecowelle Ltd., are dedicated to strengthening our procedures to combat slavery and human trafficking. Ecowelle has a code of conduct in place for staff members and directors, as well as a separate code for its vendors. Ecowelle is devoted to legal and ethical behaviour, as well as operating professionally and fairly in all business dealings and relationships, as stated in our employee Code of Conduct.
We strive to uphold the highest ethical standards while also adhering to all applicable rules and regulations. We expect honesty in all we do, including our business dealings with vendors.
We are committed to eliminating modern slavery and human trafficking from our supply chains and all aspects of our operations. In turn, our material vendors are also required to comply with the Ecowelle vendor Code of Conduct.
This necessitates treating their employees with dignity and respect, as well as upholding their human rights. Vendors are particularly prohibited from using any type of slave or forced labour in their companies, including involuntary jail labour or child labour. They must also conduct due diligence procedures for their own suppliers and subcontractors to guarantee that there are no human rights abuses throughout their whole supply chains, including but not limited to slavery, child labour, and human trafficking.
Prior to interacting with a vendor, we do due diligence as part of our initiative to identify and manage risk. The extent and scope of due diligence is determined by the vendor’s risk profile and intended operations.
We do risk-oriented due diligence updates on vendors on a regular basis, based on the perceived risk and the type or category of products and services we get. We have protocols in place to support and protect whistle-blowers, which complement and reinforce our anti-slavery due diligence and monitoring procedures.
To ensure that everyone in our supply chain abides by our ideals, we have inserted specific human rights and anti-modern slavery clauses in all vendor contracts.
We will provide general training to our employees to ensure that they have a thorough grasp of the hazards of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and in our business.
We will continue to review our operations as a business with a strong commitment to high legal and ethical standards. Any difficulties that arise will be addressed as soon as possible, and we are dedicated to combating modern slavery at all levels of our supply chains.