Please make contact with the relevant buyer through our Head Office switchboard on 0333 222 4120 to discuss the opportunity to supply Park Furnishers with products or services.
There are a few key steps that need to be completed before you can become a Park Furnishers Approved Supplier. All Park Furnishers trading partners must:
At Park Furnishers, we recognise that we should endeavour to ensure that we have a positive impact on the working conditions of those working directly or indirectly for our members.
We try to ensure that our suppliers share our vision of a fair and safe working conditions.
The Park Furnishers Supplier Code of Conduct covers our minimum requirements in these areas and all our suppliers, and their supply chains, are asked to confirm their adherence to our standards.
Park Furnishers reserve the right to request access to our suppliers manufacturing facilities at any time for members of our Buying Team or our member’s representatives to check compliance with the Park Furnishers Supplier Code of Conduct.
Child labour MUST NOT BE used by a supplier. A child is defined as any person under the age at which the local minimum age law stipulates for work or mandatory schooling. As a general rule this would be anyone under fifteen years of age.
* Bonded Labour, e.g. a person becomes a bonded labourer when their labour is demanded as a means of repayment for a loan. There MUST NOT BE any slavery, forced, bonded or
involuntary labour in use across a supplier’s operation.
To ensure compliance, workers should have the legal right to work at the premises, to leave the premises at the end of their working day and the freedom to terminate employment at any time in accordance with the agreed notice period.
There MUST NOT BE any labour who could be considered to have been subject to Human Trafficking. To ensure compliance, workers cannot be recruited through a person who arranges or facilitates the travel of another person. It is irrelevant whether that person has consented to travel.
Workers MUST BE prevented from exposure to any health and safety hazards that are likely to pose an immediate risk of causing death, permanent injury or illness.
A reliable system for recording working hours and wages for each individual employed MUST BE in place within a supplier and these should be available for audit.
There MUST NOT BE any form of bribery offered or used in relation to the Leekes Retail Group.
All suppliers of Leekes Limited must agree to sign up to the Leekes Retail Group Supplier Code of Conduct and ensure that the necessary documentation and controls are in place to meet the standards required by the Leekes Retail Group.