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MDS Statement

Transline Group


Transline Modern Day Slavery Statement

Introduction: At Transline Group we are aware of our obligations to the working population at large to ensure that any form of slavery is eradicated and removed from any wider supply chain. Everyone within our organisation and our trading partners has a responsibility to ensure that human rights are protected to ensure that any abuse in the form of slavery is acted upon and reported accordingly.

Organisational structure: The Company’s head office is in Brighouse, Yorkshire. We are a supplier of flexible labour resources worldwide and have sites across the UK, and in other countries across the globe. QualityCourse Holdings Limited, trading as Transline Group Company is the parent company, which has subsidiaries of Transline Resource Group Canada, Transline USA, Transline Technology UK, Transline Group Thailand, Train Together, Transline Group Poland and Working Pulse Ltd.

The business: This is made up of six separate divisions of, Industrial, Driving, Technical, Training, Home Delivery and Permanent.

Supply chains: Our supply chains consist of the EU labour market mainly within the UK, however we do have offices in Poland and Romania.

Slavery and human trafficking policies: Transline are committed to ensuring that no modern slavery or human trafficking exists in our supply chains or in any part of our business. We have in place an anti-slavery policy which reflects our commitment to transparency in all our business relationships, and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in our supply chains.

Due diligence processes for slavery and human trafficking: In putting the above principles into practice and assessing and minimising risk, we will implement the following initiatives:

  • a. To carry out audits of any supplier of labour outside the UK.
  • b. Rely upon long standing relationships with suppliers and customers.
  • c. With national or international supply chains we expect these organisations to have equivalent anti-slavery and human tracking policies and processes.
  • d. To encourage other entities in a chain to adopt due diligence to that of the chain and their partners.
  • e. Have in place systems to encourage reporting of any concerns and protection of whistleblowers.

Supplier adherence: Transline Group encourages all of our supply chain and contractors to comply with our values and the Board of Directors undertakes periodical review.

Training: To ensure a good understanding of the causes of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and our business, we will provide training to relevant members of staff. All Management have been briefed on the subject and promote the values.

Effectiveness in addressing slavery and human trafficking: we will implement the following measures in dealing with this:

  • a. Yearly audits by management;
  • b. Use of labour payroll systems;
  • c. Communicate with our partners to ensure they have an understanding of the need to effectively deal with the issue, they know and are aware of our policies and values, and to encourage them to be compliant.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our group’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the current financial year.

Jon Taylor and Paul Beasley

Joint CEOs

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