Modern Slavery Statement


1. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. – Our Business

Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. is a leading provider of Electrical Installation & Testing, Renewable 

Technologies, Mechanical Installation & Testing, Security & Safety Systems, Data Services, Site Inspection 

Services, commercial Fitout & Refurbishment.

Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. has its head office in Leeds, United Kingdom, employing over 14 

employees and operating across the United Kingdom. 


2. Our Statement on modern slavery and human trafficking. 

Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. is opposed to 

slavery, servitude, compulsory or forced labour and human trafficking (together, “Modern Slavery”) in all its 

forms. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. is committed to ensuring that no Modern Slavery takes place in any 

part of the business which Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. controls, or within its supply chain. 

Our Anti-Modern Slavery Policy (“the Policy”) reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in 

all our business relationships and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure that 

Modern Slavery is not taking place anywhere in our supply chains. 


3. Modern Slavery risk in the context of Nationwide Safety Management Ltd.’ business 

3.1 In all jurisdictions in which Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. operates, its corporate activities are 

concerned with the provision of online experiences to customers and ancillary or related services. Nationwide 

Safety Management Ltd. typically provides those services via locally incorporated and managed companies. 

None of the jurisdictions in which Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. provides its services ranks highly on the 

Global Slavery Index.


3.2 Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. does not employ any agency workers except contractors this is at peak 

times. workers are treated equally with our full time and part time employees. 


3.3 All employees, contractor’s workers are required to adhere to the Policy. We aim to provide our staff 

members with guidance and actively encourage them to report slavery concerns. using our Code of Conduct 

and Whistleblowing Policy.


4. Modern Slavery risk in the context of Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. Supply chain


4.1. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. is committed to ensuring ethical compliance, to act with integrity in 

all our business relationships and to eradicate forced labour and human trafficking from within its supply chain.


4.2. Our supply chain includes suppliers providing products on our website, professional service providers, 

consultants in the areas of legal, finance and marketing, utility providers, cleaning and waste management, IT 

equipment, office stationery supply. companies, food, and beverage for the consumption of employee’s and 

guests. We take care to ensure that our suppliers do not fall under the high-ranking slavery index. 


5. Response to Modern Slavery risks 


5.1. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. has no cause to suspect that Modern Slavery is currently present 

within its business or supply chain, nor any evidence that it has been present in the past. 


5.2. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd.: 


5.2.1 has in place a Code of Conduct and whistleblowing policy which enables employees and contractors to 

report illegal or unethical behaviour without fear of reprisal.


5.2.2 has adopted a straightforward Anti-Modern Slavery Policy, which is primarily focused on obliging 

employees and contractors to report Modern Slavery and what to do if it is detected in Nationwide Safety 

Management Ltd. business or supply chain. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. will keep this policy under 

review and update it periodically in line with UK Home Office guidance.


5.2.3 will ensure that responsibility for continuing compliance with the Policy rests with a senior employee of 

Nationwide Safety Management Ltd..


5.2.4 will ensure a high level of understanding of the risks of Modern Slavery in our supply chains and our 

business by providing training, where appropriate, to our staff.


5.2.5 engages in regular dialogue with suppliers of services, and particularly those involving any element of 

outsourced labour, and will adopt a risk-based approach to evaluating the risk of Modern Slavery with regard to 

existing suppliers and supply chains; and 


5.2.6 requires material suppliers of goods and services to undertake to comply with applicable laws, and where 

appropriate will include contractual clauses aimed at ensuring suppliers are prohibited from encouraging or 

engaging in Modern Slavery. Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. will require new suppliers (or, where 

agreements are being renewed, existing suppliers) to adhere to them, and will conduct supply chain audits and 

ethical due diligence on new suppliers where any material risk of Modern Slavery has been identified. 


6. Responsibility and Due Diligence


6.1. The Board and senior management of Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. will take responsibility for 

implementing this statement and provide adequate resources and investment to ensure that Modern Slavery is

not taking place within the business or its supply chains. We have developed a Code of Conduct through which 

we aim to achieve best practice. We will aim for all our supply chain to adhere to our Code of Conduct in future 



6.2. We will take steps to ensure due diligence.


6.3. If we find a supplier is non-compliant with our policies or code of conduct or provides inadequate 

information, we will work with them to improve their performance. In cases of persistent non-compliance, we 

may consider terminating the business relationship as soon as possible.


6.4. Employees who do not follow the policy will be given the opportunity to receive additional training, if their 

behaviour does not improve, they may face disciplinary action. 


6.5. We aim to take steps to track and report in future statements on key performance indicators to ensure that 

our suppliers are compliant, training our employees who will be involved in procurement process and will 

include results of our risk analysis exercise.


7. Approval & publication 

This statement has been approved by the Board in accordance with the requirements of section 54(1) of the 

Modern Slavery Act 2015, which applies to Nationwide Safety Management Ltd. for the financial year ending 


29th February 2024.

Richard Roberts

Commercial Director