Ethical and Sustainable Supply Chain Statement

Across our operations, Energy Resourcing works towards better ethical, social and environmental performance. There are increasing expectations to be transparent on selection processes, to expose breaches and encourage ethical conduct where we have influence within our own and customers’ supply chains. Recently we have been asked to provide further information on our approach to the UK Modern Slavery Act. Energy Resourcing is committed to high standards of business ethics, as reflected in our own employee Code of Conduct, and to best practice and continuous improvement in the broader sustainability performance of our business. Energy Resourcing through our Code of Conduct is aligned to the Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) and International Labour Organisation (ILO) Conventions, and requires that:

  • Local laws are respected
  • Employment is freely chosen
  • Child labour shall not be used
  • Illegal labour shall not be used
  • Appropriate wages are paid
  • Working hours are not excessive
  • Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining are respected
  • Working conditions are safe and hygienic
  • No discrimination is practiced
  • No harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed
  • Businesses operate ethically
  • No unauthorized sub-contracting is allowed
  • Due regard is given to environmental impacts

Programs include our ethics helpline, gift registers, due diligence processes, training, investigations etc. These policies apply to all Energy Resourcing’ employees (staff, contract and temporary) and extends to all our business dealings and transactions in all countries in which we operate.

We aim to operate responsibly wherever we work in the world and commit to engaging with our stakeholders to manage the social, economic and environmental impacts of our activities.

UK modern slavery act compliance and anti-slavery statement central register