Modern slavery is a crime consisting of slavery, servitude, and compulsory and forced labour and human trafficking. All forms of modern slavery are a violation of fundamental human rights and have a devastating and depriving effect on a person’s individual rights in return for exploiting the individual for personal or commercial gain.
Attraction World Limited has a zero tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery and continuously works to ensure that our systems and controls are effective in safeguarding all members of our organisation from any form of modern slavery.
We understand the potential for risk in our supply chain which includes the possibility of modern slavery.
We are committed to continuously improving our practices to combat slavery and human trafficking and are proud of the steps we have taken which include the introduction of our Anti-Slavery, Anti -Modern Slavery and Anti-Human Trafficking Policy.
We encourage and expect all of our staff, suppliers and distributors to report concerns and management are expected to act upon them.
Attraction World are one of the world’s leading theme park and attraction ticket specialists. We supply product to many of the world’s leading travel brands.
Over many years we have developed a broad network of suppliers reaching across the USA, UK, Europe and many other countries around the World. We carefully select the attractions we promote and sell tickets for and conduct due diligence on all suppliers before approving to sell their attraction tickets or use their services or products.
As part of our agreements with all of our suppliers, they are required to confirm that all parts of their operations meet the standards of our policy or adhere to their own policy which is of a similar standard.
We recognise the importance of us taking a more proactive role in making our supply chain more transparent, including attending facilities where possible and having more regular contact with our key contacts within the suppliers.
Having developed fantastic relationships with attractions globally, we are keen to understand their operations and approach to issues including modern slavery and human trafficking and to encourage a uniformed and consistent approach across all areas of the business. We recognise the challenges of working across many legal jurisdictions and practices and are dedicated to improving our transparency and communication channels.
This year we have updated and introduced a number of our internal policies to ensure that we are operating in an ethical and transparent manner. All of our policies set out our stance and have been shared internally across our company, group companies and subsidiaries.
Our existing supplier and distributor contracts require compliance with such standards, and include our approach to tackling modern slavery:
We annually review the effectiveness of our policies and steps that we have implemented to ensure that no element of slavery and/or human trafficking is taking place within our business or its supply chain. We will consider:
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our organisation’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the current financial year.
This statement has been approved by the Group’s board of directors and non-executive directors.
Chief Executive Officer.