This policy sets out the steps which ExaClair Limited has taken and is continuing to take, to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of its business or supply chains. This statement is made pursuant to Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA). ExaClair Limited is committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and take a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking. ExaClair aims to comply with the MSA and expects its suppliers and their supply chains to take all reasonable and practical steps to comply with the MSA. We also expect our suppliers and their supply chains to engage in good employment practices and to comply with all relevant legislation and regulations in the countries in which they operate. ExaClair Limited is the UK subsidiary of the family-owned French company Exacompta Clairefontaine. ExaClair Limited manufactures and stock holds a range of office stationery products, art and craft materials from a factory and distribution centre located in King’s Lynn, Norfolk. The following policies and procedures are used to monitor and reduce the risk of modern slavery occurring within our business or supply chain and requires our suppliers to confirm that they are taking all reasonable and practical steps to comply with the MSA in their own supply chains.
  • Operational control for purchasing process
  • Supplier audit report
  • Code of conduct for ethical trade
ExaClair Limited intends to continue to monitor and reduce the risk of modern slavery occurring in its business and supply chain by requiring all new major suppliers to confirm compliance. We will assess any instances of non-compliance on a case-by-case basis and will tailor remedial action appropriately. This action may result in us deciding not to establish a relationship with a new supplier or the termination of our relationship with an existing supplier. We are raising awareness amongst all our staff of the risks of modern slavery in our business and supply chains as part of our induction process for new joiners and reminders to existing staff. The management team has overall responsibility for ensuring that this policy complies with our legal and ethical obligations and will review it annually. The Production Manager is responsible for implementing and monitoring the effectiveness of this policy. We encourage all staff working for and with us (including employees, contractors, agency workers) to report any concerns about modern slavery in any part of our business or in our supply chains. For further queries about this policy, please contact us.