Modern Slavery Statement



This statement sets out RWS Global’s (“RWS”) actions to understand all potential modern slavery risks related to its business and to implement measures to ensure there is no slavery or human trafficking in its business or various suppliers. This statement relates to steps taken during the financial year [1 Jan 2024 to 31 December 2024].

RWS and its Board of Directors are committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its business activities, and to ensure its suppliers are free from slavery and human trafficking.


This statement covers the activities of RWS which currently sources merchandise from around the world to serve the needs of their various entertainment partners, in venues spanning the hospitality industry.

RWS currently carries out no in house manufacturing, all manufacturing is outsourced to international partners who work closely with the design team to turn customers visions into reality.

All goods are shipped directly to our clients or one of the company’s partner warehouses.


  • RWS currently has direct operations within the UK, EU, and AUS, working closely with its international supply chain partners in areas including China, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Bangladesh and Turkey.
  • We ensure through internal and 3rd party risk assessments that all employees and partners pay close attention to anti-slavery and human trafficking guidelines.  RWS Global’s Ethical Sourcing Policy can be found at this link:


Responsibility for the organizations anti-slavery initiatives is as follows:

The Company’s Board of Directors review policies on a regular basis and ensure that they are suitable for our activities.

Risk assessments, investigations and due diligence
Operations Managers approve all suppliers before any business is commenced. In house designers, merchandisers and procurement teams carry out required due diligence on proposed new suppliers and feed this back to the required persons. On going due diligence is also carried out per the RWS Global Ethical Sourcing Policy.

RWS’ Board of Directors are committed to stopping slavery and human trafficking, RWS has implemented programs to ensure all partners and employees are better aware of the issues and operational needs of the organization.


The organization undertakes due diligence when considering taking on new suppliers, and regularly reviews its existing suppliers. The organization’s due diligence and reviews include:

  • Mapping the supply chain broadly to assess particular product or geographical risks of modern slavery and human trafficking;
  • Evaluating the modern slavery and human trafficking risks of each new supplier;
  • Reviewing on a regular basis all aspects of the supply chain based on the supply chain mapping;
  • Conducting supplier audits and assessments throughout the relationship;
  • Providing advice for improvement to suppliers’ with potentially substandard practices;
  • Enforcing penalties against suppliers that fail to improve their performance or are in serious violation our Ethical Sourcing Policy, including the termination of the business relationship.


The organization has reviewed its key performance indicators (KPIs) in light of the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. As a result, the organization is:

  • Training specific roles on supplier vetting;
  • Performing audits and hiring 3rd party supply chain auditors to ensure that the correct reports and audits are carried out and reviewed.
  • Constantly reviewing its existing supply chain and partners for issues.


The organization’s modern slavery training does and will cover;

  • Preventing the use of labour engaged on unrealistically low wages or wages below a country’s national minimum wage, or the provision of products by an unrealistic low price or deadline;
  • Assessing the risk of slavery and human trafficking in relation to aspects of the business, including resources and support available;
  • What initial steps should be taken if slavery or human trafficking is suspected;
  • How to escalate potential slavery or human trafficking issues to the relevant parties within the organization; and
  • Next steps if suppliers or contractors do not implement anti-slavery policies in high-risk scenarios, including their removal from the organization’s supply chains.

Board Approval: This statement has been approved by the organization’s Board of Directors, who will review and update it annually.