Modern Slavery Statement Act 2015

Hartnell Taylor Cook LLP is committed to ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. As a professional services supplier we strive to provide our clients with the highest levels of services achievable and we expect and demand the same from our suppliers.

As a property services consultancy and given the nature of our business, Hartnell Taylor Cook LLP recognises that there is a risk for slavery or human trafficking to occur in its supply chain.

Hartnell Taylor Cook LLP is committed to taking all appropriate steps to ensure that slavery/human trafficking is not taking place in our supply chains. We will be reviewing our existing business and supply chains for the risks; reviewing and revising as needed our procurement processes; and circulating relevant information as part of our awareness training to relevant parts of our business. Where we assess or believe there is a higher risk we will use a number of measures to reduce the risk including the use of contractual clauses in supplier contracts requiring adherence to our policy standards.

Hartnell Taylor Cook LLP will not support or deal with any business knowingly involved in slavery/human trafficking.

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