Anti-Slavery Policy

Certified management system ISO 9001:2015
DI 127 Issue 1 15/04/19

1. INTRODUCTION:

1.1 At Skytec Aviation Ltd we have a responsibility to be alert to the risks of potential Slavery and Human trafficking activities however small, both in our business and in the wider supply chain. To that end, our employees can raise any concerns they may have and we will apply due diligence and act on concerns raised.

2. STRUCTURE

2.1 Skytec Aviation Ltd provide repair and overhaul services for gas turbine anciliary units and also supply parts for these units. Skytec Aviation Ltd is based in the UK, trading globally. Skytec Aviation Ltd has an annual turnover of less than £36M and although this puts Skytec Aviation Ltd below the requirement threshold for an Anti-Slavery Policy, having this policy aligns us with our customers requirements and expectations.

3. OUR BUSINESS

3.1 The business is organised as follows, Repair and Overhaul of gas turbine ancilliary units, Sale of overhauled gas turbine anciliary units, Sale of parts related to gas turbine anciliary units.

4. OUR SUPPLY CHAIN

4.1 Our supply chain includes the sourcing of new and serviceable used parts and machining repair labour related to the overhaul of gas turbine anciliary units.

4.2 We are commited to ensuring there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our business supply chain and will act ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships to ensure we have effective systems and controls in place.

5. DUE DILLIGENCE

5.1 Where possible we have built long standing relationships with our suppliers and make clear our expectations of business behaviour.

5.2 Our current supply chain is UK based.

6. SUPPLIER ADHERENCE TO OUR VALUES

6.1 We expect all in our supply chain to adopt a zero tolerance approach to human trafficking and slavery and comply with our values.

7. TRAINING

7.1 Management and relevant members of staff have been briefed on the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking.

8. EFFECTIVENESS

8.1 Effectiveness in combating Slavery and Human Trafficking includes the following:
- Effective use of labour monitoring.
- Supply chain communication and personal contact that drives compliance implementation and understanding of our expectations.
- Training of relevant personnel through briefing on the risks of modern slavery.