As an integral part of the heating solutions industry, the potential risks associated with modern slavery might not be immediately apparent. However, Easy Boilers is committed to acknowledging its responsibility and taking a robust stance against slavery and human trafficking.
Easy Boilers is dedicated to preventing slavery and human trafficking in all its corporate activities and endeavours to ensure that its supply chains remain free from any form of exploitation.
Organisational Structure and Supply Chains
This statement pertains specifically to the activities of Easy Boilers. Our business approach revolves around a deep understanding of consumer behaviour, allowing us to effectively engage with clients at pivotal moments by recognizing how they think, feel, and act.
Our expertise spans the entire spectrum of media planning and buying, with specialised teams for client servicing, broadcast, publishing, digital, data, and content production. Primary suppliers include media proprietors, market research firms, and software service providers, typically operating in industries with lower risks of modern slavery.
Easy Boilers operates within the United Kingdom.
Our People & Culture director plays a vital role in developing policies aligned with the company’s ethical values and standards across all sectors. These policies, endorsed by our director, Myles Robinson, outline our commitment to recognizing and preventing the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our operations.
Easy Boilers encourages all employees, clients, and business partners to report concerns or complaints related to its direct activities or supply chains. This includes situations that may heighten the risk of slavery or human trafficking. Concerns can be communicated to their line manager or our People & Culture team.
Employee Handbook and Induction
Our Handbook outlines the expected conduct and behaviour of employees representing Easy Boilers. The company is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of employee conduct and ethical behaviour in foreign operations and supply chain management. New employees receive the handbook upon joining, educating them about recognizing signs of modern slavery and the actions to take if they suspect its presence within our operations or supply chains.
Recruitment / Agency Workers Policy
Easy Boilers exclusively collaborates with reputable employment agencies for labour recruitment and consistently verifies the practices of any new agency before accepting their workers.
Easy Boilers conducts thorough due diligence when considering new suppliers and regularly reassesses existing ones to ensure compliance with anti-slavery and human trafficking standards.
This statement has received approval from the company’s director, who ensures its annual review and update.