Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement

360 Landscapes Ltd are committed to providing professional services and products. These services are focused and delivered to the highest levels through an effective Management Systems. Success depends on the reputation of our product in the marketplace, we therefore place great importance on ensuring a core focus on our corporate and social responsibility.

To ensure compliance with the ‘Modern Slavery Act 2015’ (The Act), the group have adopted a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. 360 Landscapes not only has a statutory duty but also a moral obligation to protect those who maybe affected. We will ensure it acts ethically, with integrity and with full transparency with all its operations and business activity within the group.

Our Policies

360 Landscapes have internal policies that ensure the we operate both ethically and with transparency. Its continually reviews its policies, procedures and group structure. This is an essential element of our corporate responsibility and due diligence processes, which are applicable in all contracts and operational requirements. This provides confidence that our business is not at risk from any elements of the Act.

Recruitment

HR are responsible for the management and review of personnel with the group. Personnel are hired through established methods that require interviews, inductions and follow up appraisals. Therefore, training about modern slavery and human trafficking is available to its staff as appropriate and applicable.

The internal recruitment process will ensure that those individuals whom we employ meet all the legal requirements to work within the United Kingdom of their own free will.

The company does do not recognise any exposure to this type of activity to date, however we recognise the risk to the business and as such has policies and processes in place to ensure compliance. Due to the type of work we undertake there is no requirement for the employment of personnel via “gang masters” or for the use of personnel that cannot ensure they can identify their rights to work within the UK and the European Union.

360 Landscapes understand the risk of modern slavery is not static, and we must continually maintain a clear direction on this in the years ahead, with a focus on staff development and awareness, to identify the warning signs on modern slavery.

We uphold the values of honesty, partnership and fairness and we will operate in a way that safeguards against unfair business practices.

We recognise that governments have a primary responsibility to promote and protect human rights. We will ensure that we follow the guidance and rules of our government in these respects. Through enforcement of this policy with our suppliers and clients we will ensure a consistent approach to human rights. We will strive to build trust, deliver mutual advantage and will not tolerate any direct or indirect human rights abuse.

If a concern is raised regarding a breach of the Act the company will ensure that, the allegation or concern is properly investigated.