Who we are
Our website address is: https://www.noone.ie.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
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How long we retain your data
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What rights you have over your data
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Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement 2022
We strive to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking does not support our supply chain or our businesses. This objective is explicit in our approach to the way we run our business and also our approach to human rights.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 with respect to the financial year ending 30 June 2021 and sets out the approach Brian Noone Limited has in place to prevent the occurrence of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain or in any of our business operations in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
Is the sale of our own Brand of Turas Mini & Midi Coaches. We also provide a full aftersales service to support our product range. You can find out more about the company by visiting our web site www.noone.ie
The Company operates a number of policies which reflect our objective to acting ethically and in line with our legal and regulatory obligations with regard to our employees, customers and our business relationships.
- The Company Code of Conduct is the standard that we set ourselves for what we say and do in our relationships with our customers, suppliers, colleagues, shareholders, regulators, government bodies and other parties. The Code represents our approach to the standards we expect from each other and it prescribes a set of behaviours expected of all employees of Brian Noone Limited, wherever they work. We organise these standards under four principles with clear lines of individual responsibility:
- Customers – we treat customers fairly;
- Conduct – we act with integrity in our dealings;
- Colleagues – we are respectful to each other and value the contribution of others;
- Compliance – we comply with the Code, our policies and applicable legal and regulatory obligations.
- The Company Speak Up Policy details the procedures our employees should follow if they have concerns about any wrongdoing, unlawful conduct, bribery, financial malpractice, dangers to the public or the environment, or possible fraud or other risks to Brian Noone Limited.
- The Company Resourcing Policy outlines our approach to recruiting employees for jurisdictions in which Brian Noone Limited operates. The principles of equality underpin our resourcing activity, seeking to ensure that inter-alia recruitment and selection processes are designed to support fairness.
- Company Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy applies to all directors, officers and employees of Brian Noone Limited, as well as third parties such as suppliers and sets out the rules with regard to bribery and corruption.
- Company Anti-money Laundering Policy applies to all our employees and sets out policies and procedures to prevent the commission of financial crime and the movement of money which has derived from crime.
- Company Procurement Policy sets out the requirements for the effective and consistent management for the procurement of Goods and Services for the Company while ensuring that consistent procurement best practices are followed across the Company.
- Company Sourcing Risk Policy sets out the requirements for the effective and consistent management of sourcing related operational risks within the Company.
Our Supply Chain
As the Company is not in an industry with a high risk of modern day slavery, a risk based approach has been adopted to review supply chains that fall within industries that carry a high risk of modern day slavery.
- In conducting appropriate due diligence, the Company assesses its suppliers across a number of key risk areas, at the on-boarding stage for all suppliers.
- The Company advises a Code of Supplier Responsibility that sets out our expectations of our suppliers, and it seeks assurances (where appropriate) from our suppliers that they are complying with applicable laws and regulations including laws relating to minimum wages, working conditions, overtime, child labour and other applicable labour and environmental laws. This allows us to select suppliers to work with us who adhere to appropriate standards.
- Detailed financial analysis and assessment of suppliers, reputations and experience is carried out. We also seek to identify if our suppliers operate a vendor management programme and carry out due diligence on their own suppliers to ensure that appropriate standards are being passed through the supply chain.
- Our suppliers are required to notify us of a breach of applicable laws or regulations and outline their practices and procedures to ensure they do not engage in modern slavery (including their own supply chain). This includes completing additional assurance activity when we visit our supplier sites.
Training and Awareness
Brian Noone Limited is focused on raising awareness of the policies listed above with colleagues across the organisation and this is reaffirmed throughout each and every year and in particular on the commencement of every new employee.
Responsibility for ensuring that the Company has appropriate policies in place to meet our obligations under the Modern Slavery Act rests with the Directors. This Statement has been approved by the Directors on 07 April 2022, and will be reviewed annually
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