Modern Slavery And Human Trafficking Policy

All individuals working for us or on our behalf in any capacity, including all employees at all levels, directors, officers, agency employees, seconded employees, volunteers, agents, contractors, and suppliers, are subject to the terms of this policy.

Company Structure and Supply Chains

Gilmore Services Limited, T/A (Trading As) JustTankers (Reg No. 331652185) who manufactures and exports trucks all over the world for several decades.

The organization had partnered with the brands: G.Magyar, O.ME.P.S. Italian Silo Manufacturers, OMSP MACOLA Liquid Gas Road Tankers, and TruFlow.

Policy Definitions and Commitments

The term "modern slavery" is used to refer to all forms of forced labor, including bonded labor, child labor, and human trafficking. Human trafficking occurs when someone plans or facilitates another person's journey with the intention of exploitation. A person's basic human right is unquestionably and indefensibly violated by modern slavery and human trafficking, both of which are crimes and violations of fundamental human rights.

JustTankers is aware that, as a business, it has a moral and ethical obligation to treat all incarnations of modern slavery with zero tolerance. We are devoted to avoiding modern slavery and human trafficking in our business operations and to making every effort to ensure that neither practice exists in our supply networks.

Due Diligence and Risk Assessment

When considering bringing on new suppliers, we exercise due diligence, and we are currently examining our current suppliers. Due diligence includes:

  • Understanding our supply chain will help us detect and evaluate any geographical or product-specific hazards of modern slavery and human trafficking.
  • Completing our supplier evaluation procedures, which includes assessing the dangers of modern slavery and human trafficking.
  • Carrying out supplier audits.
  • Severing ties with suppliers that don't follow through on an action plan to improve performance or who act improperly in accordance with our supplier code of conduct.

We are committed to making sure that our suppliers uphold the highest ethical standards. Suppliers must certify that they offer secure working conditions, treat employees with respect and dignity, and use labor in a moral and legal manner.

We will evaluate whether the situation justifies auditing suppliers to ensure they are abiding by our Code of Conduct as part of our ongoing risk assessment and due diligence activities.

We shall make sure to take the necessary action if we discover that other people or organization working with us have violated this policy. This might involve anything from ending such partnerships to contemplating the likelihood of breaches being fixed and whether it might represent the best outcome for the people affected by the breach.

Measurement and Training

We will be a business that upholds the following modern slavery safeguards and expects everyone who works for us or for us to do the same:

  • In both our organization and our supply networks, we have a zero-tolerance policy on modern slavery.
  • It is the obligation of everyone who works for us or on our behalf to prevent, identify, and report modern slavery in any area of our organization or supply chain. Any conduct that could result in or suggest a breach of this policy must not be participated in, facilitated, or reported.
  • To address the risk of modern slavery in our operations and supply chain, we are committed to interacting with our stakeholders and suppliers.
  • We approach our contracting procedures in a risk-based manner, and we regularly evaluate them. We consider whether the situation justifies including particular restrictions against the use of forced labor and modern slavery in our agreements with third parties. We will evaluate the benefits of writing to suppliers and asking them to abide by our Code of Conduct, which outlines the minimal requirements necessary to prevent modern slavery and trafficking, using our risk-based approach.
  • In keeping with our risk-based strategy, we might need:
  • Verifying the adherence to our Code of Conduct by employment and recruitment agencies, as well as other third parties, before delivering workers to our organization
  • Suppliers using a third party to engage workers must get the third party's consent to follow the code.

Board Approval

This statement has been approved by the Directors of who will review and update it annually. This statement is made pursuant of section 54(1) of the Act and constitutes our Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking statement for the year ending 1st June 2023.

Signed. Matthew Gilmore
Date: 1st June 2022