Modern Slavery Code of Conduct
Regis Healthcare and its subsidiary companies (collectively known as Regis) are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in our business relationships. This includes taking steps to ensure that there is no slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory human labour, human trafficking, child labour, debt bondage and deceptive recruiting for labour (collectively known as “Modern Slavery”) in any part of our business or in our supply chain.
Regis expects its service providers, suppliers and contractors to share our commitment to act lawfully and ethically and to work to ensure that modern slavery is not taking place within its organisation or within its supply chain.
Adherence to the matters set out in this Modern Slavery Code of Conduct is a condition precedent of all our Supply of Services and Supply of Goods agreements.
Code of Conduct
As a minimum, we expect our suppliers, service providers and contractors to:
- Comply with all applicable laws and regulations;
- Pay fair wages in line with legislation and awards for the industry and market;
- Treat those who work for or on behalf of its business with dignity and respect, promoting a safe environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation;
- Oppose Modern Slavery in all forms;
- Monitor supply chains on a continual basis for compliance with the above requirements and to promptly investigate any suspected non-compliance of the above within its supply chain.
As part of our commitment to act ethically and with integrity, Regis may from time to time ask our suppliers, service providers and contractors to demonstrate that they work in the ways required by this Modern Slavery Code of Conduct.
If, as a supplier, service provider or contractor, you have any concerns about compliance with this Modern Slavery Code of Conduct you must promptly make these known to Regis.