Prevention of Slavery and Human Trafficking

Pharos fully abides by the provisions of the 2015 Modern Slavery Act. In accordance with its Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, Pharos opposes the crime of slavery in all of its forms, including child labour, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking.

The Pharos HSES Management System (“HSES MS”) sets out the Company’s internal control mechanisms regarding health, safety, environment and social issues. Pharos' primary policies for preventing slavery from occurring in any part of its own business or in any of its supply chains are the:

The principal procedures and mechanisms for implementing the policies are:

  • Business Conduct Procedure
  • On Boarding Policy for New Business Partners
  • Supply Chain Management Procedure
  • Contractor pre-qualification due diligence
  • Whistleblowing Policy and Pharos Ethics Hotline
  • Corporate and Project Level Grievance Mechanism