Modern Slavery Statement
Who we are

This slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31 March 2016 is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act by Domestic & General Group (DGG) registered in England & Wales (registered number 01156896).  It is made on behalf of DGG, and its subsidiaries (as defined section 1159 Companies Act 2006), hereafter referred to as the "Group", and references to we/us/our should be taken to refer to the Group.

We are a supplier of insurance and service plans for over 600 different types of electrical items. The DGG is based in the UK with offices in Germany, Spain, France, Italy and Australia. The Group provides insurance and services in the EEA and Australia.


Our approach

We are committed to combatting slavery and human trafficking. We have safeguards in place as part of our Business & Ethics and Procurement policies and in our standard form contracts to mitigate the instances of slavery and human trafficking. We have a clear Whistleblowing policy for use where there are any genuine concerns about any breaches of the law, which can be used on a confidential basis without fear of disciplinary action.

We require all of our suppliers to comply with relevant laws and regulations, including the Modern Slavery Act where appropriate.

All employees are actively encouraged to report any concerns about breaches of laws or regulations and receive training on an annual basis on our Whistleblowing process.

Andrew Crossley
Director

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