Modern Slavery and human trafficking statement
CMG does not tolerate or condone, the abuse of human rights within any part of our business or our by our suppliers. We take very seriously any allegations of human rights violations like Modern Slavery.
CMG is committed to establishing a zero-tolerance position on violations of anti-human trafficking and anti-modern slavery laws. We will not have any involvement with any organisation that is found to be involved in human trafficking or slavery.
Care Management Group (CMG) has significant expertise in supporting people with particularly complex needs, including autistic spectrum conditions, mental health needs, challenging behaviour, profound and multiple learning disabilities and associated complex health needs.
We always endeavor to be at the forefront of national best practice and work tirelessly to give people we support every opportunity to fulfill their potential.
We operate the following policies to identify and manage modern slavery risks and the steps to be taken to prevent slavery and human trafficking in our operations
Whistleblowing policy – CMG encourages all its workers, customers, and other business partners to report any concerns related to the direct activities, or the supply chains of, the organisation. This includes any circumstances that may give rise to an enhanced risk of slavery or human trafficking. The Company’s whistleblowing procedure is designed to make it easy for workers to make disclosures, without fear of retaliation.
Recruitment policy – CMG operates a robust recruitment process in line with UK employment laws, including: ‘right to work’ document checks; contracts of employment and checks to ensure everyone employed is 16 and above. All agencies that are used to source labour are checked and approved to ensure that they comply with Anti-Slavery legislation.
CMG’s Supply Chain
CMG makes every effort to vet and approve all suppliers to ensure that they are compliant with Modern Slavery legislation. Any supplier that is found to be violating human rights either directly or via their supply chain will have their relationship with CMG reviewed, and if the supplier cannot demonstrate efforts to comply with legislation with have the relationship with CMG terminated.
This statement has been approved by CMG board members who will review and update it annually.
– January 2018 –