Modern Slavery Statement

All parts of the GMS Group of Companies efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in its supply chain and own business include the following:-

Supply Chain

Written policies and procedures

GMS maintains written policies that strictly prohibit the use of slavery or human trafficking in its direct supply chain.

Third party audits

GMS has a right at any time to audit suppliers for compliance with our Modern Slavery Statement.


GMS has a zero tolerance policy towards violations of the laws banning forced labour, slavery and human trafficking. GMS SECURITY SERVICES LTD contractual agreements permit the termination of suppliers for a single violation.

Our own business

Written policies and procedures

GMS’s Equal Opportunity Policy details the rules and procedures by which we should treat fellow employees. This includes: Transparent and fair behaviour, such as protecting human rights Compliance with legislation, including fundamental rights at work – in particular freedom of association and elimination of discrimination throughout employment.

Employee Training

GMS conducts on-line and face to face training for all employees to emphasise the importance of acting with integrity.

Compliance officers incorporate guidance regarding the Modern Slavery Act into regular company communications and training.

Human Rights

GMS ensure that all areas of its business conform to human rights standards and that all employees are treated in a fair and transparent manner. This includes adherence to the Working Time Directive and the Minimum Wage.


GMS disciplinary policy permits the termination of employees found to be involved in any breach of the law banning forced labour, slavery and human trafficking.

GMS will continue to update its policies and procedures as required to ensure it maintains appropriate safeguards against any mistreatment of persons involved in its supply chain or own business.

Reviewed & Authorised by:

Mr Neil Male CEO

May 2020