In the realm of heating solutions, the issue of modern slavery may not seem immediately relevant. Yet, Boiler Central Ltd acknowledges its responsibility and is firmly committed to taking a strong stance against slavery and human trafficking.
Boiler Central Ltd is devoted to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its corporate operations and ensuring that its supply chains remain free from these injustices.
Organisational Structure and Supply Chains
This statement addresses the activities of Boiler Central Ltd. Our business approach is rooted in a deep understanding of consumer behaviour—recognising how our clients think, feel, and act—allowing us to connect with them effectively at critical moments.
Our expertise covers the entire scope of media planning and buying, with specialised teams in client servicing, broadcast, publishing, digital, data, and content production.
Our primary suppliers are media proprietors, market research firms, and software service providers. Industries where these suppliers are involved typically demonstrate lower risks of modern slavery.
Boiler Central Ltd operates within the United Kingdom.
Our Ops manager plays a role in shaping policies that align with the company’s ethical values and standards across all sectors. These policies are backed by the endorsement of our director.
Boiler Central Ltd enforces the following policies to express its stance on recognising the risks of modern slavery and the steps taken to prevent slavery and human trafficking in its operations:
This includes any circumstances that may lead to an increased risk of slavery or human trafficking. Concerns should be reported to their line manager.
Employee Handbook and Induction
Our Handbook specifies the expected conduct and behaviour from employees while representing Boiler Central Ltd.
The company is committed to maintaining the highest standards of employee conduct and ethical behaviour, especially in foreign operations and supply chain management.
New employees receive the handbook when they join the company. It educates them about recognising signs of modern slavery and the necessary actions if they suspect its presence within our operations or supply chains.
Recruitment / Agency Workers Policy
Boiler Central Ltd exclusively engages with reputable employment agencies for labour recruitment and consistently verifies the practices of any new agency before accepting their workers.
Boiler Central Ltd carries out comprehensive due diligence when engaging new suppliers and routinely re-evaluates current ones.
This statement is approved by the company’s director, who is committed to its annual review and update to ensure its relevance and effectiveness.