Aramark –Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
The Aramark Investments Limited slavery and human trafficking statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 ‘Transparency in Supply Chains’ and is made by Aramark Investments Limited on behalf of its Northern European operating companies.
Aramark Investments Limited (registered number 02808311) through its Northern European operating companies provides food services and facilities management to organisations across a range of market sectors serving hundreds of clients across the UK in the business and industry, education, offshore, defence, healthcare and judicial markets and also supplies online retail products to the customers in the UK. Aramark has undertaken a number of activities in the previous 12 months to better understand its supply chain and is committed to challenging human trafficking and slavery.
Aramark is focused on ensuring that slavery and human trafficking does not occur within its UK business. Particularly, Aramark is committed to introducing safeguards within its recruitment processes to ensure that slavery and human trafficking does not occur. Aramark is currently reviewing its internal recruitment practices to ensure that all employees involved in recruitment are fully alert to the signs of modern slavery and human trafficking and that all relevant employees are able to take appropriate action should any concerns be identified. Further, Aramark has updated it recruitment training to ensure that is expressly covers the subject of slavery and human trafficking.
In conclusion, Aramark is committed, through its work with SEDEX and by embedding compliance into routine supplier selection, to collaborating with its stakeholders to improve transparency and tackle any occurrences of human trafficking or slavery.
Further information on Aramark’s approach to adhering to responsible business practices, such as through its ethics, health and wellbeing and community initiatives can be found at:
This statement has been approved by the board, is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our Group's slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 30 September 2017.
Aramark Investments Limited
22 March 2018
Please see links below to Modern Slavery Act 2017 and 2016 statements: