Anti-Modern Slavery Statement

Our Business 

Ravenworth Limited recognises that modern slavery and human trafficking are terrible crimes that affect communities and individuals across the globe, with the UK being no exception. Given the nature of our business, there is minimal risk amongst the supply chain that supports our organisation. Nevertheless, we are fully committed in our attempts to prevent slavery and human trafficking in our business activities in line with the requirements of The Modern Slavery Act 2015. 


Our Supply Chain  

The relationship with most of our suppliers has been established over many years. Our suppliers vary in size, ranging from single sole traders to large, global corporations. As an ISO9001:2015 certified business, all new suppliers must undergo a pre-qualification process to ensure their compliance with Ravenworth’s values on quality management as well as their dedication to preventing modern slavery in all forms.  


Our policy on Slavery and Human Trafficking 

Our anti-slavery policy reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and to ensuring that effective systems are in place to prevent slavery and human trafficking taking place anywhere in our supply chains.  

Due Diligence Processes for Slavery and Human Trafficking As part of our initiative to identify and mitigate risk, we have systems in place to: - 


  • Identify and assess potential risk areas when approving new suppliers 
  • Regularly review our existing supply chain 
  • Build long standing relationships with our supply chain, based on collaboration 
  • Communicate our expectations in respect of ethical behaviour 

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