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Modern Slavery Statement

Modern Slavery Statement


This Modern Slavery Statement outlines Custom House commitment to combating modern slavery and human trafficking in its operations and supply chains, in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This statement reflects our efforts to prevent and address these violations within our organization and to promote ethical practices throughout our business.

Our Organization

Custom House Managed Offices is a serviced office provider based in Belfast. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of integrity, transparency, and social responsibility in all aspects of our operations.

Our Policies

We are dedicated to maintaining a workplace and supply chain free from any form of modern slavery or human trafficking. To achieve this, we have established the following policies and practices:

1. Supplier Due Diligence : We conduct thorough due diligence on all new suppliers to assess their commitment to ethical business practices, including efforts to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking.

2. Supplier Contracts: Our supplier contracts include clauses that explicitly prohibit the use of forced labour, child labour, and any form of human trafficking.

3. Employee Awareness: We provide training to our employees to raise awareness about modern slavery, its forms, and the signs to look for. This ensures that our team members can identify and report any suspicious activity.

4. Whistleblowing Mechanism: We maintain a confidential and anonymous whistleblowing mechanism that allows employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report concerns related to modern slavery without fear of retaliation.

5. Continuous Improvement: We continuously review and improve our practices to identify and address any potential risks of modern slavery within our operations and supply chains.

Supply Chain

We understand that modern slavery can manifest in various forms, such as forced labour, debt bondage, human trafficking, and exploitation. We are committed to ensuring that our supply chain is not tainted by any of these practices.

1. Risk Assessment: We regularly assess the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking within our supply chain to identify high-risk areas and take appropriate actions.

2. Supplier Engagement*: We engage with our suppliers to promote responsible practices and encourage their commitment to eradicate modern slavery from their operations.

3. Supplier Audits: We conduct periodic audits of our suppliers to verify compliance with our policies and to address any identified issues.

Future Steps

We recognize that combating modern slavery is an ongoing effort, and we remain committed to continuous improvement in this regard. In the coming years, we will:

1. Collaborate: Collaborate with industry peers, NGOs, and other stakeholders to enhance our understanding of modern slavery risks and best practices.

2. Reporting: Enhance our reporting mechanisms to provide a clearer picture of our efforts in eradicating modern slavery from our operations and supply chains.

3. Transparency: Further communicate our actions, achievements, and challenges related to modern slavery to our stakeholders, including customers, employees, and investors.


At Custom House Managed Offices we are dedicated to upholding the values of human rights, dignity, and respect. This Modern Slavery Statement reflects our unwavering commitment to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking and promoting ethical business practices throughout our operations and supply chains.