As an international business, the Group supports the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Group’s Human Rights Policy applies to all our businesses worldwide The Policy, available below, covers child labour, forced labour, health and safety, freedom of association, discrimination, discipline, working hours and compensation.
The Group HR Director reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the development of the Human Rights Policy and related matters, with the Presidents of each Region having responsibility for policy implementation within their respective Businesses.
Further information is included in the Our People section of our Annual Report which can be accessed via the link on the right of this page.
Human Rights policy
Morgan Advanced Materials' Human Rights Policy applies to all our businesses worldwide.
The Policy is regularly reviewed.
Modern Slavery Statement
The Group’s Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement.
Human Rights training
The Group’s Responsible Business Programme covers Human Rights. The Programme includes the direct training of general managers and compliance officers who are responsible for cascading the training through their respective parts of the business.
Human Rights compliance
The Morgan Advanced Materials Ethics Hotline enables employees who are aware of or suspect issues under our Human Rights Policy to report these confidentially. Compliance with this Policy also forms part of the remit of Group Internal Audit.
We welcome feedback on our Human Rights-related policies, systems, performance, reports and communications. Please contact us by email on email@example.com or by post at the head office address listed in the Contact Us section.