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At Rosehill Care, we take pride in our commitment to preventing modern slavery and human trafficking in all aspects of our work. As a provider of domiciliary care services in Merton and Sutton, we understand the serious and prevalent issue of modern slavery in the care sector both in the UK where we operate, and internationally.


We firmly believe that respect for human rights and ethical conduct should be at the forefront of our business practices. Therefore, we hold not only our staff but also our suppliers and partners to the highest standards of ethical conduct.


We recognize that the only way to combat modern slavery is by taking proactive measures. Therefore, we have implemented a zero-tolerance policy towards any form of modern slavery or forced labour. We not only identify potential risks but also take immediate action to address them.

Our commitment to preventing modern slavery is reflected in the measures we have implemented:


  • To ensure that our care staff is trustworthy and ethical, we conduct thorough background checks that include references and DBS checks.

  • We provide comprehensive training to all our staff on identifying and reporting any concerns related to modern slavery.

  • We regularly review and audit our recruitment process to ensure that they are free from any form of modern slavery.

  • We have implemented a Whistleblowing Policy that enables our staff to report any concerns without fear of retaliation.

  • As we are applying for our Certificate Of Sponsorship, we pledge to follow the correct procedures associated with international recruitment.

We understand that our efforts to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking are an ongoing process. Therefore, we are committed to continuously improving our approach and regularly reviewing and updating our progress in this statement. The prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking is everyone's responsibility. We encourage our staff, suppliers, and partners to join us in our efforts to eradicate these crime against humanity.


This statement covers 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2024, and has been approved by the CEO of Rosehill Care. 

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