Yarto Group Ethical Policy
At Yarto we always aim to build lasting and long term partnerships with all of the factories / suppliers we work with in order to ensure ethical working conditions and operating practice.
Factories must conform to acceptable working conditions and operating practices.
Yarto prohibits the sourcing of products and or materials from suppliers who impose unethical working conditions and practices on its workers.
Factories and suppliers must meet the relevant minimum standards applicable in the Country of origin.
These shall include:
· Health & Safety
· Minimum Wage Requirements
· Equal Opportunities
· Prohibition of Child Labour
· Employment Terms & Condition
At Yarto we always make our best efforts to ensure the above policies are adhered to,
Yarto Group Environmental Policy
Wherever possible we are using sustainable packing that is recyclable. this is an onfgoing project for instance we are changing plastic packing to paper wherever practical or possible
Modern Slavery Act
As a company committed to ethical and sustainable practices, the Yarto Group (Yarto Europe Limited, Yarto USA Inc and Yarto Hong Kong Limited) recognizes its responsibility to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking are not taking place within its operations or supply chain. Yarto Europe Limited is committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations related to modern slavery and human trafficking, including the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in the United Kingdom. To demonstrate our commitment to eradicating modern slavery, we have taken the following steps:
1. Policies and Procedures: We have developed and implemented policies and procedures to identify, prevent and mitigate risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our operations and supply chain. Our policies and procedures cover areas such as recruitment, employment practices, and supplier due diligence.
2. Supplier Due Diligence: We conduct due diligence on our suppliers to ensure that they share our commitment to eradicating modern slavery and human trafficking. This includes requiring suppliers to complete a self-assessment questionnaire and engaging with suppliers to address any identified risks.
3. Training and Awareness: We provide training and awareness-raising activities to our employees and suppliers to ensure they understand the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking and the actions they can take to prevent it.
4. Reporting Mechanisms: We have established reporting mechanisms to enable employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report any suspected instances of modern slavery or human trafficking in our operations or supply chain. Yarto Europe Limited is committed to continuous improvement and will review its policies, procedures, and due diligence measures regularly to ensure that we are taking effective action to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking. We will also publish an annual statement on our progress in combatting modern slavery and human trafficking
This statement has been approved by the Board of Directors of Yarto Europe Limited