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Privacy Policy

Resource Gift Solutions are committed to ensuring your privacy is protected. We will only collect your personal data should you contact us or we have worked together in the past. This would include your business contact details, including telephone number and email address and other information according to your specific request. We will use this data to respond to your enquiry. We will then contact you with details of products, offers and services which we think you will find interesting. We have put in place suitable procedures to ensure the information you provide is collected and stored safely. We do not sell contact data to any third parties. You are welcome to ask for us to remove your details from our marketing database at any time, simply contact sales@resourcegifts.com and we will action this as soon as possible.

Corporate Social Responsibility:

This document outlines Resource Gift Solutions intent to work in a responsible and sustainable way. It sets out the policies which guide our operation and our overall approach to the five key areas of sustainable business: People, Communities, Ethics, Environment and Quality. CSR and Sustainability are terms used often, and often misunderstood. They are also fast-moving concepts - subject to continuous change as global understanding of these areas improves and the bar is raised higher. Because of this, we do not claim to have all the answers. However, we do believe we have the right attitude and the very best intentions - and firmly commit our business always to change and improve whenever new ideas show us better ways of working. When our clients work with us we will ensure they can trust us to provide quality, effective services and solutions - all safely delivered within the parameters of this policy, protecting both their brand reputation and ours.

Resource is passionate about its people and believes strongly that we can only meet our business objectives through a well-trained, empowered and motivated workforce who also enjoy working with us. We aim to be a fair and respected employer, one valued by its employees.

Our commitment:

"Resource Gift Solutions Ltd will offer fair and equal employment opportunities for all - regardless of gender, race, religion, or age. We will provide a good quality working environment, with comfortable facilities, the most appropriate technology and equipment, and individual attention to career planning and support. We will always provide the right level of health and safety equipment and training. We aim to not just meet, but exceed, the necessary legislation. We will communicate properly our company aims, values and objectives, and consult our people about all relevant issues."

We intend to operate our business always to the highest standards. This also affects our behaviour in respect of the community in which we operate and other organisations with which we come into contact. In our local area, we will seek actively to be involved in community projects and initiatives, business mentoring and charity contributions, to extend our value to the local economy and community. We will engage constructively and shape our activities so that our business is always regarded as a valued and listening contributor to local life.

Our commitment:

"Resource Gift Solutions Ltd view our local community as an asset and one in which we should fairly invest and give-back to through wide-ranging means. Ultimate measurement is demonstration that our community is enhanced as a result of the business operating within it."

We will apply the highest possible business ethics in all our supplier relationships focusing on integrity, professionalism and standards. An important aspect of our work involves buying materials in overseas marketplaces. Wherever we buy, we will apply the same high standards that we apply to our own local operation plus additional diligence in relation to the pertinent additional risks.

Our commitment:

"All Resource non EU suppliers shall have completed and passed the Resource Gift Solutions 'ETQ – Ethical Trading Questionaire' prior to achieving 'approved supplier' status. The Ethical element of this commitment will work towards standards outlined within the SEDEX accreditation. Further, random audit programmes shall be undertaken by both Resource and independent, accredited and recognised bodies, to ensure information contained within the 'ETQ Commitment' is executed satisfactorily."

Resource seeks to operate its business in a sustainable way, which minimises our impact on the environment. We operate a process of continuous improvement that reacts quickly to new advice and will seek always to apply the most up to date standards.

This takes account of several factors. Internally the approach manifests itself through the intelligent and minimal use of resources such as energy and water and effective waste handling, promoting multi-material recycling with zero-tolerance to landfill.

Externally we shall ensure that product suppliers hold similar values and have a process-driven approach in this area. We shall then consult with clients on environmentally positive alternatives when developing merchandise programmes as well as ensuring a continual focus with transport partners on programmes to reduce emissions impact.

Our commitment:

Resource recognises Quality is the cornerstone of our business. Without the provision of a quality service and quality products we will not have a sustainable business.

Slavery & Human Trafficking:


This statement is made on behalf of Resource Gift Solutions Ltd pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (‘The Act’) and constitutes our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement.

Resource Gift Solutions Ltd is committed to social and environmental responsibility and at all times tries to ensure that our supply chains are free from forced labour slavery and human trafficking.

Supply Chains

Our supply chains include the sourcing and distribution of promotional products and apparel suitable for all promotional marketing requirements.

Our Policies on Slavery and Human Trafficking

We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery, servitude and forced compulsory labour or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business. Our Anti-Slavery policy reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business relationships and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our supply chains.

Due Diligence Processes for Slavery and Human Trafficking

We have a system for monitoring our supply chain and we have a zero tolerance for any factory that may be found to be engaged in human trafficking and slavery.

We require our suppliers to abide by our code of conduct. We also conduct factory inspections and audits, which include criteria related to unacceptable labour practices embodied in the Act.

As part of our initiative to identify and mitigate risk we have in place systems to:

  • Identify and assess potential risk areas in our supply chains
  • Mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring in our supply chains
  • Monitor potential risk areas in our supply chains
  • Encourage the reporting of concerns and the protection of whistle blowers

Risk Assessment

We consider that the main areas at risk of Modern Slavery at Resource are our workforce, subcontractors and suppliers, and that the risk of Modern Slavery occurring in any of these areas is being managed through the efforts of the measures described in this Statement.

Further Steps

We will continue to keep under review our internal processes to identify what further steps can be taken to ensure that our obligations under the Act are met and that our Anti Slavery Policy is effectively implemented and complied with, so as to ensure that there is no slavery or human trafficking in any part of our business.

Some of the specific measures we are considering include:

  • Enhancing our employee verification checks to minimise the risk of slavery
  • Continuing to review our procurement processes to consider what, if any, adjustments might be made to further reduce the level of risk of slavery and human trafficking in our supply chains