SINOCHEM INTERNATIONAL OIL (LONDON) CO; LIMITED modern slavery statement summary (2020)
3 Albert Embankment,
What is a modern slavery statement?
About this statement summary
All answers relate to the financial year covered by the statement. The organisation is responsible for all the information it provided. Some of our questions are optional, so organisations may not have answered all of them. The statement summary does not replace the full modern slavery statement – below we provide a link to the full statement on the organisation’s website.
Why is there no link to the statement on the organisation's website?
Statement period and sign-off details
The statement covers the following period:
1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020
The statement was signed off by:
Wenlong Wu (Director )
It was approved by the board (or equivalent management body) on:
2 September 2021
Recommended areas covered by the statement
Government guidance encourages organisations to cover a range of areas in their modern slavery statements, setting out the steps they’re taking to address modern slavery risks in their operations and supply chains. Read about the recommended areas in the statutory guidance.
We asked the organisation to tell us which areas its statement covers.
|Areas recommended by government guidance||Organisation’s response|
|The organisation’s structure, business and supply chains||Covered|
|Due diligence (steps to address risk)||Covered|
|Training about modern slavery||Covered|
|Goals and key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure the effectiveness of the organisation's actions and progress over time||Not covered|
The organisation’s sectors and turnover
The organisation operates in the following sectors:
- Oil and chemical
Its turnover in the financial accounting year of this statement was:
Over £500 million
Number of years producing statements
|Policy provisions we asked about||Organisation’s response|
|Freedom of workers to terminate employment||Not included|
|Freedom of movement||Not included|
|Freedom of association||Not included|
|Prohibits any threat of violence, harassment and intimidation||Included|
|Prohibits the use of worker-paid recruitment fees||Not included|
|Prohibits compulsory overtime||Not included|
|Prohibits child labour||Included|
|Prohibits confiscation of workers' original identification documents||Not included|
|Provides access to remedy, compensation and justice for victims of modern slavery||Not included|
Prohibits forced or compulsory labour and protects employee rights
What counts as training?
Monitoring working conditions (optional)
Engaging with others
|We asked who the organisation engaged with||Organisation’s response|
|Trade unions or worker representative groups||No|
|Civil society organisations||No|
|Workers within your organisation||Yes|
|Workers within your supply chain||No|
|Central or local government||No|
|Law enforcement, such as police, GLAA and other local labour market inspectorates||No|
|Businesses in your industry or sector||No|
What are social audits?
|We asked if workers could raise concerns this way||Organisation’s response|
|Using anonymous whistleblowing services, such as a helpline or mobile phone app||Yes|
|Through trade unions or other worker representative groups||No|