MODERN SLAVERY IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN
Consistent with the policies and principles referred to above, the DITH Group takes steps to conduct its affairs in a manner which provides for equal opportunities, respects human rights, provides for the highest standards of health and safety and protects the environment. These include efforts by the DITH Group to prevent modern slavery or human trafficking in our business. Such steps include, amongst others: know your counterparty checks; incorporation in our contracts of clauses requiring our counterparties to comply with applicable laws and our policy of business conduct; and education and training for all of our employees on compliance issues.
In addition, the DITH Group has dedicated corporate functions (including risk management, compliance and legal) to which employees can refer to and address any issue relating to the compliance of the DITH Group with applicable laws. DITH Group’s Director of Risk and Compliance has been designated as our nominated contact for the Modern Slavery Act supported by a CSR & Sustainability Manager which has been appointed in the course of 2020. As a consequence of such appointment DITH has conducted a Group Sustainability Outlook relative to the year 2020 and is expected to release a Corporate Social Responsibility Report for the financial year ended on 30 September 2021. Such assessment followed the ISO 26000 guidelines and is based on the Global Reporting Indicators (GRI) applicable to the DITH business.
In addition to the above, in the course of the financial year ended on 30 September 2021, the DITH Group also adopted a new set of policies concerning human rights, the environment and health and safety in the workplace
This statement is made pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act with respect to the DITH Group’s Financial Year 2021 and has been approved by the Board of Directors of DITH on July 29, 2022.