Modern Slavery Statement of Emma Sleep


Our Commitments

We, at Emma, are committed to conducting its business in a socially responsible manner and to respecting the highest standards of labour, human rights, environmental and ethical conduct. We expect the same behaviour from all our suppliers. Emma and its suppliers are required to provide safe working conditions, treat workers with dignity and respect, act fairly and ethically, and use environmentally responsible practices wherever they make products or perform services within and for Emma.Emma will, and consequently requires its suppliers to operate in accordance with the principles and requirements of which this statement is a summary, in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. We embrace the commitment and responsibility of ensuring the protection of human rights throughout our end-to-end value chain, which includes all our internal and external stakeholders.We condemn unjustifiable discrimination based on nationality, gender, religion, etc., as well as any type of violence and harassment.In particular, we are committed to compliance with local minimum age laws and requirements (or those prescribed by international standards if more stringent). We also strictly prohibit the use of forced labor and exploitative working conditions.

Labour and Human Rights

Emma does not tolerate any form of child labour in its supply chain. Emma and its suppliers shall employ only workers who are at least 15 years of age, or the applicable legal minimum age for employment or the applicable age for completion of compulsory education, whichever is higher.The employment of workers under the age of 18 shall not interfere with schooling or vocational training and shall be consistent with the requirements set out in the ILO Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention No. 182.Emma does not tolerate any form of abusive or illegal labour in its supply chain, such as forced labour or human trafficking. Consistent with the ILO Forced Labour Convention No. 29 and the ILO Abolition of Forced Labour Convention No.105.

Supplier Standards and Risk Management

Our commitments extend to the goods and services we purchase and to the choice of suppliers with whom we work. We hold our suppliers to the same standards of social responsibility that we hold ourselves. To ensure they recognize and uphold these standards, we have developed a Supplier Code of Conduct. We ensure supplier´s compliance with this code by conducting supplier risk assessments and management.We strive to identify and address any actual or potential adverse impacts with which we may be involved whether directly or indirectly through our activities or our business relationships. We manage these risks by integrating the responses to our due diligence into our policies and internal systems, acting on the findings, tracking our actions, and communicating with our stakeholders about how we address impacts.Our values and guidelines are communicated to our external partners through our Supplier Code of Conduct, which provides the possibility of implementing corrective measures and responsible termination of the business relationship in the event of non-compliance.Our supply chain is controlled and mapped through advanced artificial intelligence systems that allow us to detect risks in our operations, to establish the level of risk for each of our suppliers and interact with them to take remedial action. This system is complemented by Supplier self-assessments, desktop audits, and on-site audits.Our corrective measures will be taken considering the type of risk, the seriousness of the risk, and according to a case-by-case analysis.


We, at Emma, established and are continuously improving our mechanisms to prevent, identify, limit and remediate harm to internal and external stakeholders, which can report ethical or legal violations through our internal Report Channel. Our due diligence actions are being continuously documented and maintained, following the law and financial year report requirements.This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending 31 December 2022.