Statement Against Modern Slavery

Our Policy

At Gazelle we promote the importance of equality in the workplace. We are committed to preventing acts of modern slavery and human trafficking from occurring within our business and the supply chain. As a business, we do not encourage or tolerate forced, bonded or involuntary prison labour. Supplier employees must not be required to lodge monies or identity papers in order to work and must be free to leave employment after the giving of reasonable notice. We hold our stakeholders, suppliers and business partners to the same standard that we hold ourselves. At Gazelle we run a safe and ethical business that extends beyond our premises.



Our contracts include a provision for all suppliers to warrant that they have not and will not engage in any activity, practice or conduct which would constitute an offence under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.


Gazelle requires that every supplier reads and certifies compliance with our code of conduct in line with Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Verification and Risk Assessment

Gazelle requires a due diligence process of supply chain risk based on international indices, supplier performance and other indicators of suppliers and contractors and have a supporting audit process. Our standard supplier contracts contain Compliance with Laws provisions which oblige the parties to comply with all laws applicable to their activities under the contract.


Verification of code conformance and assurance through our own supplier audit process including demonstration from our supply chain that they have relayed Gazelle’s requirements to their own suppliers and contractors and have supporting audit process.


Gazelle ensure that any updates of changes to our code of conduct in relation to modern slavery and human trafficking are communicated to all employees and all necessary and/or recommended training takes place. If you wish to discuss our Statement against Human Slavery and Trafficking, please do not hesitate to contact