Autonational Rescue and Modern Slavery

Autonational Rescue acknowledges its responsibility to respect human rights in its operations and conducts its business in compliance with applicable employment regulations in the jurisdictions in which it operates. The Staff Handbook sets out protections for Autonational Rescue employees and their rights it emphasises that:

Autonational Rescue is committed to upholding the right of freedom of association and respects the rights of its employees to enjoy just and favourable conditions of work, including health and safety protections, and is committed to providing adequate information and training on health and safety and wellbeing issues.

In addition, Autonational Rescue promotes diversity and inclusion by prohibiting any form of discrimination between current, past or prospective staff on the basis of age, race, nationality, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, marital status or disability through its Equality and Diversity policy statement. Within Autonational Rescue, Human Resources are responsible for documenting the Companies’ diversity and inclusion plans. Such plans are to be submitted to The Board annually with an assessment of the accomplishments, issues and needs arising.