Modern Slavery Act Statement

This statement is made by Liberty Charge Ltd (“Liberty Charge”) in accordance and compliance with the relevant obligations under the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 and has been approved by and on behalf of the Liberty Charge that carried on business in the United Kingdom as at 13 July 2020.

Liberty Charge maintains our commitment to respecting human rights, including the elimination of slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains and operations. We embolden any individual who has concerns about unethical behaviour across our business or operations to speak up and to do so without fear of retaliation.

About Liberty Charge

Liberty Charge is part of the Liberty Global family. Partnering with Virgin Media we provide power and connectivity infrastructure to deliver easily accessible and cost effective Electric Vehicle charging to millions of residents in cities and towns across the United Kingdom.

Further information about Liberty Charge Ltd may be found at www.LibertyCharge.com

Policies

We provide a workplace that is positive, creative and rewarding, giving all employees the opportunity to reach their full potential and contribute to our company’s success. We will not tolerate harassment of any kind in our workplace. We promote an open culture, where people are encouraged to ask questions if they are unsure and to raise concerns if they believe our Code of Conduct has been violated.

Employees who become aware of or suspect any conduct that they believe violates any applicable law, rule, regulation, company policy or other provision of the Code of Conduct, are required to report such improper conduct as promptly as possible. Employees can report the matter directly to a Compliance Officer, Human Resources Representative, member of the Legal department or the Group’s General Counsel.

Suppliers and Due Diligence

The core business of Liberty Charge is the provision of power and connectivity infrastructure for Electric Vehicle charging. We are not aware of any issues of modern slavery or human trafficking in our operation or supply chain. We have carried out a risk assessment of key categories of suppliers for Liberty Charge and as a result of that assessment and given the nature of our operation, we consider that the risk of modern slavery and human trafficking in our supply chain to be low.

Liberty Charge expects all third parties we deal with to observe this commitment and to comply with all local laws and regulations including in relation to modern slavery, human trafficking and anti-bribery and corruption. Our contractual provisions will be updated in so far as possible to ensure that all third parties are obliged to adhere to all applicable laws and regulations.

Training

We will offer training to all staff on a range of compliance matters which will include their obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015, particularly in relation to recognising and mitigating risks in relation to modern slavery.

Board Approval

This statement has been approved by the board of Liberty Charge that carried on business in the United Kingdom as at 31 August 2020.

Neil Isaacson
Chief Executive Officer
Liberty Charge Ltd
August 2020