Modern Slavery Statement (Modern Slavery Act 2015)

Opening statement:

At JPR Solutions (UK) Ltd, we are dedicated to eradicating modern slavery and human trafficking from our operations and supply chains, in accordance with the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. We aim to achieve this by implementing and enforcing effective systems designed to ensure modern slavery is not taking place anywhere within our business, our partners or in any of our supply chains and by adhering to our obligations under the Act. As an SME, we are proud to contribute to the collective effort of eradicating modern slavery from our society and making a positive impact on the lives of individuals affected by this abhorrent crime.

Roland Conn – Managing Director


  1. Our Commitment:

We have a zero-tolerance policy towards modern slavery, human trafficking, forced labour, and any form of exploitation. We are committed to upholding this policy across our company and supply chains.

  1. Structure of the Organisation:

JPR is a cleaning and infection control specialist based solely in the UK. It is a privately owned limited company, which employs approx. 180 people in the UK, operating from 2 regional offices and various client sites. The business has a consolidated annual turnover of approx. £3m for 2022/23. We provide quality cleaning and infection control services for clients across a range of sectors and collectively have over 25 years’ experience in this field. We work with a small number of suppliers, many of whom have grown alongside us and have become trusted partners.

  1. Our Policies

Our practices and business policies are designed to ensure that our people are treated with dignity and respect by upholding all Human Rights Principles.

Our policies relating to modern slavery are:

  • Health and Safety policy
  • Equality and Diversity policy
  • Whistleblowing policy
  • Employee Handbook


  1. Transparency in Supply Chains:

We strive for transparency and accountability in our supply chains. We conduct regular assessments and due diligence procedures to identify and address any potential risks of modern slavery. We work closely with our suppliers to ensure they adhere to the same high standards.

  1. Employee Awareness and Training:

We provide appropriate training programs to our employees to raise awareness about modern slavery, its signs, and the importance of reporting any concerns. We encourage an open culture where everyone feels comfortable speaking up about potential instances of modern slavery.

  1. Recruitment Process

As an employer, we respect international human rights standards and promotes fair reward and recognition, diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity in all employee dealings, including decisions on hiring, remuneration, training and promotion.

  1. Monitoring and Compliance:

We monitor our operations and supply chains regularly to ensure compliance with our anti-slavery policies and procedures. We conduct assessments to identify areas for improvement and take appropriate actions to rectify any non-compliance.

  1. Reporting and Investigation:

We have established a confidential and non-retaliatory reporting mechanism for employees, suppliers, and other stakeholders to report any suspicions or instances of modern slavery. All reports are thoroughly investigated, and appropriate actions are taken. We will know the effectiveness of the steps that we are taking to ensure that slavery and/or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain, if; no reports are received from employees, the public, or law enforcement agencies to indicate that modern slavery practices have been identified.

  1. Continuous Improvement:

We are dedicated to continuous improvement in our efforts to combat modern slavery. We actively stay informed about best practices and emerging trends, collaborate with industry partners, and engage with relevant stakeholders to stay at the forefront of this issue.

By issuing this statement, JPR Solutions (UK) Ltd reaffirms its commitment to complying with the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015, combating modern slavery, protecting human rights, and fostering responsible business practices.

Approval for this statement: Roland Conn – Managing Director


Date of issue – April 2023

Next review date – March 2024