Modern Slavery Policy

Modern Slavery

Policy Statement

Our business maintains relationships with global organisations, as well as directly hiring over 20 staff across the world. We understand the importance of respecting and improving human rights as fundamental to how we deliver our software product and services.

This policy includes all entities in the business with locations being:

Country Entity Name Company Identifier
Australia eTool Pty Ltd t/a Cerclos 25 149 977 971
United Kingdom eTool Global UK Ltd 09541822

The Company’s model can make it challenging to effectively manage sustainability issues because respecting human rights within our supply chain is ultimately often our supplier’s responsibility. However, we have adopted various means to clearly communicate our expectations. Furthermore, we seek to identify and do business with organisations that have aligned standards. Our suppliers are required to comply with all regulatory laws and we reserve the right to cease our relationship where issues of non-compliance arise or are not promptly addressed.

The purpose of this statement and policy is to outline our approach in relation to respecting human rights and to ensure our business has robust processes in place to minimise the risk of modern slavery within our own operations and associated supply chain. Our key focus areas is to ensure:

  • Modern slavery principles are communicated to our relevant staff and key suppliers;
  • Our policies and contractual arrangements contain relevant control measures;
  • We comply with the Government reporting requirements, stipulated within the Australian Modern Slavery Act (2018); UK Modern Slavery Act (2015)

We have a zero tolerance to modern slavery and will make every effort to ensure we always contribute positively to the eradication of slavery, servitude, forced/child labour and human trafficking.

This statement and policy was approved by the Managing Director.