Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
This Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement, which relates to the financial year ending 31 December 2022, is published by Harbour Energy plc and its relevant subsidiaries in compliance with the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Harbour Energy is committed to respecting human rights by preventing modern slavery in our supply chain and to upholding worker welfare standards throughout our operations, and we expect our suppliers to do the same.
Our commitment and expectations with respect to modern slavery and worker welfare are set out in our Code of Conduct which was launched in 2022 and followed by an ongoing programme of employee and contractor training.
In addition, other Harbour Energy processes were launched or subjected to detailed review during 2022, including:
- Supply Chain Policy;
- Supply Chain Contracting and Procurement Procedure;
- Supply Chain Contracting and Procurement Standard;
- Contractor Due Diligence Standard;
- Sustainability Policy;
- Whistleblowing Procedure; and
- Human Rights Statement,
(together with the Harbour Energy Policies). The Harbour Energy Policies apply to all Harbour Energy directors, officers, employees and contractors.
Over the past year, Harbour Energy has undertaken the following specific actions in the following key areas:
- Human Rights
- Compliance programme
- Due diligence
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