Policy Statement

Synergy Plastics is committed to ensuring that the appropriate measures are in place to combat slavery and human trafficking linked to the company and its' activities. The company is committed to acting ethically and with integrity through all of its business relationships and has implemented and enforces effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking does not exist anywhere within the supply chain.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Organisation's Structure and Business and Company Supply Chains

Synergy Plastics Ltd was founded in 1997, primarily set up to support the demands of small trade precision injection moulding needs in South Wales. The company rapidly expanded and now supplies small and large plastic components globally.

Synergy has a modern fleet of injection moulding machines up to 1300 tons. The company has the capability of running a 24/7 production schedule to maintain a rapid response and support to our customer base all adhering to the BSI ISO 9001 standard.

The Company's supply chains include subcontractors, recruitment consultants, manufacturers, service providers. We expect all suppliers and service providers to adhere to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and to be transparent regarding their anti-slavery and human trafficking policy.

Due Diligence Processes for Slavery and Human Trafficking

The initiative to identify and mitigate risk ensures that the appropriate due diligence procedures are taken when engaging suppliers. The processes include:
Reviewing employment policies, labour conditions, recruitment processes (including the use of agents and intermediaries to recruit employees), outsourcing arrangements and the use of low-paid or temporary employees.

Where possible, building long-standing relationships with suppliers and making clear the company's expectations of business behaviour.

Where appropriate, providing training to relevant employees to raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking issues.

Supplier Adherence to Company Ethics

Synergy Plastics does not allow harsh or inhumane treatment. The company has zero-tolerance to slavery and human trafficking, any threat of physical or sexual violence, harassment or intimidation against employees, their families or close associates.
Suppliers and others are expected to meet these expectations and the company will not knowingly support or deal with any business involved in slavery or human trafficking.

Company Employees

Synergy Plastics treat all employees fairly and equally.
All employees are paid at least the national minimum wage and payments are made directly to employees without delay.
Employees are not forced to work in excess of the number of hours permitted by law and our normal working hours and overtime do not exceed 48 hours per week unless agreed by the employee.

Employees are entitled to terminate their employment without penalty at any time giving reasonable/ contractua I notice.

Clear and transparent information will be given to employees regarding changes to wages such as deductions (authorised by law), rates of pay and hours worked.
All individuals are encouraged (including employees, sub-contractors, suppliers and clients) to report in good faith any issues or concerns about potential ethics, human rights, legal or regulatory violations, including improper or unethical business practices such as fraud or bribery.


(Managing Director)
Date: 25/08/2022