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Modern Slavery Statement

This statement pertains to Vibra Energy Ltd (referred to herein as ‘the Organisation’).

Vibra Energy Ltd is situated in the United Kingdom and operates under the leadership of a managing director. Vibra Energy Ltd specialises in promoting, installing, and facilitating funding for energy-efficient products in residential properties, aimed at reducing customers' energy expenses. We offer ECO funding to individuals with low incomes, properties in rural or deprived areas, and those seeking to install primary measures. The labour engaged by Vibra Energy Ltd for its operations is sourced domestically within the United Kingdom.

The Organisation defines modern slavery to encompass: Human trafficking. Coerced labour, under duress from mental or physical threats. Ownership or control by an employer through abusive treatment or threats. Dehumanisation, treating individuals as commodities, or being traded as property. Physical restraint or limitations on freedom of movement.

Vibra Energy Ltd recognises its obligations in combatting modern slavery and commits to adhering to the stipulations outlined in the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We understand that this necessitates ongoing evaluation of our internal practices concerning our workforce, as well as scrutiny of our supply chains. We do not engage in business with any entity, domestically or internationally, that knowingly supports or participates in slavery, servitude, or forced or compulsory labour. None of the labour provided to Vibra Energy Ltd, in the course of our services, is acquired through slavery or human trafficking. We strictly adhere to the minimum standards mandated by relevant employment legislation in the United Kingdom.

Vibra Energy Ltd's primary supply chains involve the installation of energy-efficient products in residential properties. This includes collaborations with installers, surveyors, retrofit assessors, and retrofit coordinators. We conduct a thorough Sub-Contractor approval process before engaging with any Sub-Contractor. Criteria such as health and safety compliance and financial integrity must be met to ensure legitimacy and full alignment with our operational requirements.

Vibra Energy Ltd assesses its exposure to slavery and human trafficking as limited. Nevertheless, we have implemented measures to prevent such practices within our operations and those of our suppliers.

We undertake due diligence processes to prevent slavery and human trafficking within our organisation and supply chains, including reviewing supplier controls. To our knowledge, Vibra Energy Ltd has not conducted business with any organisation involved in modern slavery. In accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015, we have taken the following steps: Identify and assess potential risk areas within our business and supply chains. Foster enduring relationships with suppliers and communicate our expectations regarding ethical business conduct. Monitor potential risk areas within our business and supply chains. Encourage reporting of concerns and safeguard whistleblowers. Mandate compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 for our suppliers.

Vibra Energy Ltd has established key performance indicators to gauge its effectiveness in preventing modern slavery within our operations and supply chains. These include the use of a supplier selection process involving questionnaires prior to their integration into the supply chain.

We are committed to ensuring there is no modern slavery or human trafficking within our supply chains or business operations. This is achieved by upholding ethical standards, implementing robust systems, and enforcing controls to eradicate slavery and human trafficking. We also enforce stringent controls for verifying employees' eligibility to work in the UK and expect our supply chain to uphold similar standards.

Vibra Energy Ltd has appointed a Slavery Compliance Officer to address any concerns regarding modern slavery. The Officer will take appropriate action in alignment with our obligations in this regard. This statement is made pursuant to Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and will be reviewed annually.