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Diesel Emission Claim is committed to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking within its business operations and supply chains. This statement sets out our actions to understand and mitigate the risk of modern slavery.

1. Our Commitment

1.1. Diesel Emission Claim acknowledges its responsibility to respect human rights and is committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in all its forms.

2. Organisational Structure and Supply Chains

2.1. Diesel Emission Claim operates in a manner that requires transparency and ethical conduct throughout its supply chains. We expect our suppliers and business partners to adhere to the same principles.

3. Risk Assessment and Due Diligence

3.1. We conduct risk assessments to identify and evaluate potential areas of risk for modern slavery and human trafficking in our business operations and supply chains.

3.2. Due diligence is performed on suppliers to ensure they comply with relevant laws and regulations regarding modern slavery.

4. Policies and Training

4.1. We have implemented policies and procedures to address the risk of modern slavery, and our employees are provided with training to raise awareness and understanding of this issue.

5. Reporting Suspected Violations

5.1. Diesel Emission Claim encourages its employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report any concerns related to modern slavery through established reporting mechanisms.

6. Continuous Improvement

6.1. We are committed to continuous improvement in our efforts to combat modern slavery. This includes regularly reviewing our policies and procedures and updating them as necessary.

7. Review and Monitoring

7.1. Diesel Emission Claim’s commitment to combating modern slavery is subject to regular review to ensure its continued effectiveness.

8. Contact Information

8.1. If you have any questions or concerns about our approach to preventing modern slavery, please contact us at: