Statement Act 2015

This statement (this “Statement”) is made by Happy Days Factory and  has been published in accordance with section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”).

This Statement  outlines the steps Happy Days Factory has taken to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in its business, its brands and its supply chains. Unless the context indicates otherwise, the terms Happy Days Factory “we,” “its,” “us” and “our” refer to Happy Days Factory. The Happy Days Factory commitment to tackling modern slavery  Statement and our Board of Directors (our “Board”) continue to lead Happy Days Factory activity against modern slavery, looking closely at our business, our direct supply chain partners and our own employees.

We encourage all our people to take responsibility, not only for ensuring that we conduct ourselves in the right way and with respect for others, but also that we are aware of and are looking out for signs that any individuals we come across could be experiencing a violation of their fundamental human rights. If that happens, we want to make sure our people know what actions to take. Where we can, we aim to raise working standards and find ways to minimise the risk of modern slavery within our business as well as adhering to the legal requirements of the Act. We also recognise that there is always more that can be done. This Statement details what we have achieved so far as part of our ongoing work to fulfil this fundamental responsibility. 

We operate alongside third party partners in Europe. Via this combined network of suppliers,  The nature of our business model means that our flower supply chains are often diverse and geographically spread. With respect to our Happy Days Factory network, in the UK, our partners are all independent traders in their own right. 

We work closely with partners who have a strong Modern Slavery Act compliance programme in place not just for themselves but also for their supply chain.