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Distance Sales Scheme
Please note we do not operate an organised distance selling scheme as defined by The Consumer Contracts (Cancellation, Information and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013. Therefore, even if you choose to not view your vehicle at our premises prior to purchase, you will not be entitled to cancel your order under any 14 day cancellation period. All other statutory rights remain unaffected.
We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and we are Franchise dealers for sales & aftersales.
The modern slavery risk
Our Modern Slavery Policy is a first step towards the Company having in place systems to:
• identify and assess potential risk areas in our supply chains;
• mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring in our supply chains; and
• monitor potential risk areas in our supply chains.
We recognise that modern slavery may exist to a greater or lesser extent in most if not all countries and in most industries. Given our business activities and the number of countries into which our supply chains extend, it would be reasonable to assume that the Company must therefore be at risk in respect of modern slavery to some extent.
Whilst we have no information to suggest that modern slavery exists in any of our supply chains, our initial analysis suggests that certain businesses or product lines may represent a higher degree of risk, and accordingly may require more detailed analysis and investigation.
Our next step is to deepen our understanding of the risks mentioned above (and any other risks that we identify) and then determine, based on the severity of the risk and the influence we may have in the relevant supply chains, an efficient and effective manner for carrying out due diligence proportionate to the identified risk.
In respect of business partnership risk, it is worth noting that we have established many long-standing relationships with suppliers and we consider that in many cases such long-term partnerships will involve less risk because each of us should have a better knowledge and understanding of each other’s operations and policies.
Other specific steps already taken
• Our Parent Company, Marubeni Corporation have taken the following actions: Appointed external advisers to:
– inform us of our understanding of modern slavery;
– advise us in respect of our compliance with the Act;
– produce a guidance note on the provisions of the Act; and
– train a number of key executives on the requirements of the Act
• Norton Way Motors Ltd have then taken the following steps within its workforce:
– Held a training Seminar with Directors & Key Senior Managers to inform them of the information
– Circulated training literature to staff
• We are currently in the process of sending our Modern Slavery Statement & Policy to all of our recent suppliers.
We are in the process of updating our standard terms of sale and our standard terms of purchase prior to issuing this Statement, so where such terms have been incorporated into the related contract and depending on the circumstances, we will have the ability to take appropriate contractual action (such as terminating or suspending the business) where we have a reasonable belief that modern slavery is occurring in the business or supply chain of the particular supplier.
In driving the performance of the business
Individual contracts very often contain performance and delivery conditions. However, our initial review would suggest that we have not established, in respect of any particular supply chain or business and whether for internal use or for our suppliers, any formal performance incentives or indicators of the type that may unintentionally increase pressure on those who are producing the goods to a level which might in turn create an environment where acceptable labour standards are compromised.
In respect of reducing the risk of modern slavery occurring in our business or supply chains
Our aim is to send our Modern Slavery Policy to 100% of our recent suppliers, as indicated above.
We aim to train all new key managers on an ongoing basis.
Internal organisation in relation to modern slavery
We have dedicated Senior Management Team that reports to the Managing Director, who has overall responsibility for the Company’s response to the challenge of slavery and human trafficking and, in accordance with the requirements of the Act, has signed this Statement below.
It is too early to say with any certainty how effective the steps we are taking have been and will be in ensuring that modern slavery is not taking place in our business or supply chains. As part of our work for the next financial year we will consider how best to monitor the effectiveness of the actions taken.
This Statement relates to the Company’s financial year ended 31 March 2016 and, where noted, steps taken subsequently up to the date shown below.