Fonz Moto considers the issues of slavery and human trafficking very seriously. We have taken measures to identify and reduce this risk across our supply chains.
Fonz Moto Anti-Slavery Policy Statement
This policy reflects Fonz Moto’s commitment to ensure to the best of our ability that there is no modern slavery in any part of our business operations. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all business dealings and relationships, and where possible, to ensure modern slavery is not taking place in our own business or supply chain.
Fonz Moto considers the issues of slavery and human trafficking very seriously and we have taken measures to identify and reduce this risk across our supply chains.
As part of our contracting processes, we will include specific prohibitions against the use of forced, compulsory or trafficked labour, or anyone held in slavery or servitude.
Fonz Moto has a commitment to ethical manufacturing and human rights and a people-centric approach to managing modern slavery risk. Our business also expects its service providers, suppliers and contractors to share our commitment to act lawfully and ethically and to work to ensure that modern slavery is not taking place within its organisation or within its supply chain.
We build long-standing relationships with reputable suppliers to reduce the risk of modern slavery from our suppliers and due diligence includes inspecting production facilities of new suppliers to ensure we understand where components are coming from and know the circumstances and working conditions of the people making them, as well as routinely visiting first-tier supplier facilities to audit them.
The term ‘modern slavery’ describes situations where coercion, threats or deception are used to exploit victims and undermine their freedom. Coercion, threats and deception can be explicit or implicit.
The Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) ‘Act’ defines modern slavery as including eight types of serious exploitation; trafficking in persons, slavery, servitude, forced labour, forced marriage, debt bondage, the worst forms of child labour and deceptive recruiting for labour or services.
The worst forms of child labour means extreme forms of child labour that involve the serious exploitation of children, including through enslavement or exposure to dangerous work.
The worst forms of child labour does not mean all child work.
Under Australian law, modern slavery is defined in the Act. In the event of any inconsistency, the definitions in the Act take precedence over this policy.