Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
On 1 April 2021, Premier Oil plc (PMO) and Chrysaor Holdings Limited (CHL) combined to form Harbour Energy plc.
Prior to this combination, and in line with the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, PMO and CHL (on behalf of their relevant subsidiaries) each published annual statements reflecting their commitment to preventing the occurrence of modern slavery and human trafficking across their businesses, including within their respective supply chains.
Harbour Energy is committed to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking from taking place in either our business or supply chains.
We expect our suppliers and other business partners to act consistently with the Harbour Policies and to take all appropriate measures to identify and prevent modern slavery and human trafficking from taking place in their businesses and supply chains.
Any unethical behaviour or non-compliance with the Harbour Policies, including human rights grievances, can be reported to us through our management and human resources channels as well as on an anonymous basis via our confidential third-party whistleblowing hotline.
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