Modern Slavery Statement

GP Primary Choice Ltd is committed to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in its business operations and supply chains. We recognize our responsibility to uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct and human rights, and we strive to ensure that modern slavery does not occur within our organization or our supply chain.

Our Policy on Modern Slavery

Modern slavery encompasses slavery, servitude, human trafficking, and forced labour. GP Primary Choice has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery and is committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all business dealings.

Our Commitment

  1. Compliance with Laws and Regulations We adhere to all relevant laws and regulations regarding modern slavery and human trafficking in the jurisdictions in which we operate.

  2. Due Diligence Processes We conduct thorough due diligence on our supply chains and business partners to identify, assess, and mitigate the risk of modern slavery. This includes regular reviews and audits.

  3. Supply Chain Management We expect our suppliers, contractors, and business partners to uphold the same high standards in relation to modern slavery. Our supplier contracts include obligations to comply with our modern slavery policy and applicable laws.

  4. Training and Awareness We provide training to our employees to ensure they are aware of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking and can identify and report any concerns. We also raise awareness among our suppliers and business partners.

  5. Reporting and Whistleblowing We encourage all employees, suppliers, and business partners to report any concerns related to modern slavery. We provide a confidential whistleblowing mechanism and ensure that all reports are investigated and appropriate action is taken.

  6. Continuous Improvement We are committed to continuously improving our policies and practices to combat modern slavery. We review and update our modern slavery policy annually to ensure its effectiveness.

Our Actions to Combat Modern Slavery

In the past year, we have taken the following steps to combat modern slavery:

  • Conducted risk assessments of our supply chains.
  • Implemented stricter supplier selection criteria.
  • Conducted training sessions for employees and suppliers.
  • Reviewed and updated our whistleblowing procedures.

Monitoring and Reporting

We monitor the effectiveness of our efforts through regular audits and assessments. We report our progress and actions taken to combat modern slavery in our annual sustainability report.


GP Primary Choice is dedicated to ensuring that modern slavery does not occur within our business or supply chain. We will continue to take steps to improve our practices and uphold our commitment to human rights and ethical conduct.


This modern slavery statement has been approved by GP Primary Choice’s Board of Directors and will be reviewed annually.