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If we all had the same freedom
to make a positive impact on the world.

As a company dedicated to combatting inequality, the challenge of Modern Slavery is a particular focus for TSA.

What part of the construction industry supply chain can positively impact modern slavery more than Recruitment? None.
Matt Barney, Non-Executive Director, TSA

Our Approach

TSA Ltd has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery. We are committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings. ​

TSA has a robust Modern Slavery policy in place and staff are trained on our Escalation Process so they know what to do when they spot the signs.

TSA recognise that Trades and Labour supply represents a potential area of risk, more so than other service areas of the business. Our primary risk mitigation strategy is the compulsory application of stringent right to work checks for all of our candidates and a commitment to ensure that our suppliers operate in the same way,

For more info, please view our Modern Slavery Statement

By engaging with TSA you are helping us tackle this important issue.

Help us make the impossible, possible.

If you would like to know more about our Modern Slavery policy, please contact us today.

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