Modern Slavery Act 2015

Coach House welcomes the Introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Global awareness of modern slavery (slavery, forced labour, servitude, and human traffic) is rising.

Modern Slavery is a global issue, whether it be social, economic or political, and is a challenge faced by both public and private sectors which requires collaboration from governments around the world and society in general.

Coach House sources product from India, Indonesia, China in the main as well as the UK, and works closely and collaboratively with our suppliers. We inspect them regularly and expect the highest standards. We are committed to prohibiting any form of modern slavery from our supply chain. Our inspectors are aware of the importance we attach to integrity and doing the right thing. They are encouraged to report any incident of ethical concern that they witness, including forced labour, child labour, human trafficking or any other human rights abuses.

While no country or industry can be immune from the risks of modern slavery, it is everyone’s responsibility to take steps to guard against such risks, and we at Coach House support safe and voluntary employment within our suppliers and supply chain.

D Bovingdon