Modern Slavery Act

Our transparency statement

Trafford Housing Trust is committed to the highest level of ethical standards and governance. We have zero tolerance towards modern slavery and human trafficking, and all forms of bribery and corruption associated with these criminal activities.

We will ensure that we comply with all legal and regulatory responsibilities including the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We take care to ensure that slavery and human trafficking does not exist in any part of Trafford housing Trust’s business or wider supply chain.

This statement covers Trafford Housing Trust Ltd and its subsidiaries.


Our commitment

We continue to liaise with our contractors and partners in our supply chain to establish working practices in line with the Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code set by the International Labour Organisation:

  • Freely chosen employment
  • Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
  • Safe and hygienic working conditions
  • No use of child labour
  • The provision of living wages
  • No excessive working hours
  • No discrimination
  • Provision of regular employment
  • No harsh or inhumane treatment
You can see our Modern Day Slavery Statement here

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