Roger Young Ltd is an independent family run business based solely in Saltash, Cornwall retailing Jaguar, Land Rover and Isuzu motor vehicles and Nugent Trailers. Roger Young is the Director of the company. There is one head of business for the Jaguar Land Rover franchise and a dealer principal for Isuzu. Roger Young Ltd currently employs approximately 110 people.
In compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 part1 s(1)(2), this statement will set out Roger Young Ltd.’s commitment to ensuring, as required by the 2015 act, that the business has taken the necessary steps to avoid, drive out and ensure a zero-tolerance approach to any activity in contravention of Modern Slavery Act from within both its own business and supply chains.
The reputation and continued success of Roger Young Ltd depends on our commitment to doing business with integrity and in full compliance of applicable laws and regulations. In response to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 part6 s54(2) Roger Young Ltd will ensure transparency from both within the business and the suppliers of goods and services to the business.
Roger Young Ltd is committed to ensuring that there is no Modern Day Slavery or Human Trafficking in the supply chains or any part of the business, and in accordance with part6 s54(5)(e) will not knowingly support or deal with any businesses involved with any Modern Day Slavery or Human Trafficking. Roger Young Ltd will actively and clearly communicate our expectations to all customers, their role in upholding Roger Young Ltd.’s responsibility in implementing the 2015 act.
Roger Young Ltd will communicate a zero-tolerance policy to all suppliers and contractors both from the outset and on continuation of any business relationship and this will be reinforced as appropriate thereafter.
Roger Young Ltd is satisfied from its own due diligence processes, part6 s54(5)(c), there is no evidence of any act of Modern Slavery or Human Trafficking within the Roger Young Ltd business.
Ultimate responsibility within Roger Young Ltd for the prevention of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking rests with the company’s leadership, managers and supervisors who have an obligation to familiarise themselves with the act, part6 s54(5)(f). They have the overall responsibility for ensuring this statement and its implementation is filtered down through to all staff. This will ensure compliance and understanding of the act and all employees will be given adequate information, access to the act at any given time and advised of any amendments.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(4) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and will be reviewed annually and published for the financial year as in accordance with the act.
Signed: Roger Young, Managing Director
Next Review: 02/11/19