Growing with Our Supply Chain
We work with suppliers that ensure high-quality goods and services, and meet high economic, ethical, and socio-environmental standards. IGT’s Supplier Code of Conduct guides the moral, legal, and ethical standards we expect when doing business with us. We follow the ISO 9001 certified quality management system when including suppliers on our vendor list. We take into account quality, cost, efficiency, delivery capacity, and the capability to comply with IGT’s quality and ethical business principles. We require all suppliers to meet and provide compliance certificates with the European Union Restriction on Hazardous Substances declaration of July 2006.
Modern Slavery Act
The U.K. Modern Slavery Act requires large organizations companies to disclose the steps taken to ensure that slavery is not taking place in any of its supply chains and in any part of its own business. We believe that IGT has a low risk of exposure to slavery due to the nature of our business, and the highly regulated and controlled environment in which we operate. However, we remain committed to taking steps to prevent slavery in our business and our supply chain.
We have disclosed our steps and goals on this important issue.
- 2017 Statement
IGT’s Modern Slavery Statement for the year ended 31 December 2017 was approved by the Board on 16 May 2018
- 2016 Statement
IGT’s Modern Slavery Statement for the year ended 31 December 2016 was approved by the Board on 24 May 2017