Within Omexom UK & RoI
Omexom UK & RoI’s commitment is to recruit, retain and take care of our employees. Internally, robust and transparent recruitment processes are in place for the vetting of new employees and to ensure we are able to confirm their identities and that they are paid directly into an appropriate personal bank account.
Omexom UK & RoI has controls within their organisation including a Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct, Human Rights, and the Employee Handbook including the whistleblowing policy which encourages employees to report concerns to management and management are expected to act on them. Future steps include focusing on the digitalisation of business systems thus allowing the group to strengthen the communication of these controls, empowering and giving responsibility to employees to minimise risks.
Within the Omexom UK & RoI supply chain
Omexom UK & RoI understand that it is critical to the success of our modern slavery strategy and policy to engage with our supply chain to ensure they also adopt the same high standards within their business in this regard.
Within VINCI Energies UK & RoI
All group companies share a mutual code of ethics and conduct, the code is delivered by the Director and Chief Executive Officer of the VINCI Group. Principles in the code of ethics and conduct are reflected within our vision of developing a modern slavery statement.
VINCI Energies UK & RoI takes its responsibility to avoid and mitigate any modern slavery in its operations extremely seriously. VINCI Energies UK & RoI sets the strategic framework, expresses its convictions and employs the operating methods across its business units to achieve its objectives. The board are committed to ensuring that all business units are implementing the processes and policies to ensure that their suppliers have taken steps to ensure that slavery and human trafficking in not taking place in any part of their business. Among these policies are a Supplier Code of Conduct to ensure that they are taking the appropriate steps to comply with the Modern Slavery Act of 2015.
Within the DNA of the VINCI Energies Group is the network that enables collaborative working, and sharing best practices. We know that if the group is to achieve its objectives and if its principles are to be put into practice, everyone must be engaged, every day, in the actions that sustain these policies, and the board of VINCI Energies UK & RoI are committed to reviewing our progress annually. In addition, a collaborative working group has been created across VINCI’s UK entities to provide actions and recommendations to reduce the risk of human trafficking and slavery within our supply chains.
VINCI Energies is committed to embedding continuous improvement practices within our group and this forms the foundation for the VINCI Energies ‘Way of Life’.
This statement has been approved by the board of directors of the VINCI Energies UK Holding Ltd and is made in accordance with Section 54(1) of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our Modern Slavery Statement for the financial year end 31st December 2019.