Modern Slavery Statement
Last Updated: December 2023
CJPI is committed to combating modern slavery and all forms of human exploitation in its business operations and supply chains. We recognise that modern slavery is a serious and complex issue that affects people across the globe, and we are dedicated to taking responsible action to prevent and address it.
While CJPI does not meet the requirement mandatory reporting under the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, we are voluntarily publishing this statement to demonstrate our commitment to ethical and responsible business practices.
We have established an anti-slavery policy that outlines our zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and outlines our responsibilities in preventing, identifying, and addressing potential risks. We regularly conduct due diligence assessments to identify and mitigate potential slavery risks in our operations and supply chains.
Our team are also committed to looking out for, and are aware of the signs and symptoms of, exploitation and know how to report any concerns. Additionally, we encourage our suppliers to adopt similar anti-slavery policies and practices.
We are committed to continuous improvement in our efforts to combat modern slavery. We will regularly review our policies, procedures, and training to ensure they remain effective and up-to-date.
CJPI is committed to conducting business with integrity and ethical principles. We believe that every individual deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and we are working to create workplaces within CJPI, in our client organisations, and supply chain which are free from modern slavery and all forms of human exploitation.
Chris Percival, Founder & Managing Director