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Modern Slavery Statement


Western Global Holdings Limited, and its subsidiary companies (together, "Western Global" and throughout this Statement “our” and “we”), recognise our responsibilities as a global manufacturer of fuel storage solutions to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not occurring in any part of our business or supply chain. We are responsible for managing the risks within our business and throughout our supply chain.

This Statement sets out the steps we have taken during 2019 to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in our businesses or our supply chain.


We design, manufacture and service fuel solutions that are sold globally, with our major markets being UK, Europe, USA and Canada.

We are headquartered in Bristol, United Kingdom with operations in 5 countries. We have a workforce of more than 140 employees and engage with global suppliers as much of our manufacturing is outsourced.


This year saw the global launch of our Values, which reinforce our focus on being a responsible business with the “Integrity Value” being forefront in promoting ethical behaviour. We have engaged with our  employees worldwide to highlight the role we can all play in ensuring Western Global operates ethically and responsibly.

Other policies include our Employee Code of Conduct, Recruitment Policies and HR Onboarding to promote good practice. The HR onboarding involves new joiners demonstrating their eligibility to work by providing appropriate documentation in each of our global locations.



We will not accept human trafficking or the exploitation of children and young people in our business and undertake all reasonable and practical steps to ensure that these standards are maintained

Our directors and other senior managers made regular visits to our locations around the world during the year. No potential modern slavery issues were identified at any of our sites. However, we are conscious that we need to guard against complacency and remain diligent in this regard.


We are committed to maintaining high standards amongst our suppliers

Employees in procurement and other relevant supply chain functions are trained in how to identify the warning signs of slavery and exploitation.

Our existing suppliers are audited annually, which includes an assessment of potential slavery and exploitation issues. Senior Managers also visit our suppliers regularly and will report any issues to management if potential issues are identified.

During the review of potential new suppliers we ensure our due diligence is thorough on the business and their practices. This includes a comprehensive evaluation check-list before confirming any formal business agreements.


Over the course of the next financial year we will continue to enhance our procedures to help us identify, prevent and mitigate any risks of modern slavery or human trafficking in relation to new and existing suppliers.

This statement has been approved by the boards of Western Global Holdings Limited and Western Global Limited on 1 May 2020.

Rob Critchley
Executive Chairman Western Global
May 2020