Modern Slavery Statement 2022

At Budccenter, we are committed to upholding the highest ethical standards in all aspects of our business operations. This commitment extends to our supply chain, where we are dedicated to ensuring that modern slavery and human trafficking have no place.

As a provider of CBD products, we recognize the importance of transparency and accountability in addressing modern slavery risks. We acknowledge that modern slavery is a global issue that can affect any industry, and we are determined to play our part in combatting it.

Our Approach

Supplier Engagement: We work closely with our suppliers to ensure that they share our commitment to ethical practices. We conduct due diligence on all new suppliers to assess their adherence to relevant laws and regulations regarding labor rights.

Risk Assessment

We regularly assess the risk of modern slavery within our supply chain. This includes identifying high-risk areas and taking appropriate measures to mitigate these risks.

Policies and Procedures

Budccenter has implemented comprehensive policies and procedures to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking. These include a Supplier Code of Conduct that outlines our expectations regarding labor standards, as well as internal protocols for reporting and addressing any concerns.

Training and Awareness

We provide training to our employees and suppliers to raise awareness of modern slavery issues and equip them with the knowledge and tools to identify and address any instances of exploitation.

Monitoring and Evaluation

We continuously monitor our supply chain to ensure compliance with our standards and promptly investigate any reports or suspicions of modern slavery.

Continuous Improvement

Budccenter is committed to continuous improvement in our approach to tackling modern slavery. We regularly review and update our policies and procedures to reflect evolving best practices and emerging risks.

By publicly disclosing our Modern Slavery Statement, we affirm our dedication to transparency and accountability in addressing modern slavery risks within our operations and supply chain.

Date: 29 May 2024