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      Modern Slavery Act Statement 2019

      Our Company & Supply Chain

      Jacobs Group is a global provider of technical, professional, and scientific services, including engineering, architecture, construction, operations and maintenance. With $12 billion in combined revenue and more than 50,000 employees, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of services including scientific, technical, professional and construction- and program-management for business, industrial, commercial, government and infrastructure sectors. Jacobs operates in over 80 countries and engages more than 30,000 suppliers worldwide.

      Our Commitment

      Since its founding over 70 years ago, Jacobs has operated with a deep commitment to safety, ethics, and integrity, with people at the heart of our business. We aspire not only to deliver high-quality infrastructure, but to do so in a manner that benefits the people and communities involved.

      BeyondZero? is the name of Jacobs' safety ethos and "culture of caring." Not only do our employees work relentlessly to foster behaviors and conditions that produce an incident- and injury-free work environment, we go beyond this -with the ultimate goal of identifying and eliminating risks to health, safety, and welfare both on and off the job.

      The Statement applies to the UK business of Jacobs which includes the following subsidiaries

      Statement Against Human Trafficking and Slavery

      Jacobs UK, as part of the wider Jacobs community, continues to be committed to social and environmental responsibility and has zero tolerance for slavery and human trafficking. To support this commitment, we continue to uphold Jacobs' global Supplier Code of Conduct, to which Jacobs UK hold ourselves and our supply chain accountable.

      The Jacobs Supplier Code of Conduct prohibits the use of any form of child or forced labor, slavery, or trafficking of persons. Additionally, within the Human Rights section, our Supplier Code of Conduct emphasizes our commitment to respecting the rights of those who work for and with us, and instructs Jacobs suppliers to:

      1. Treat all workers with dignity and respect;
      2. Support and respect human rights and avoid any involvement in human rights abuses;
      3. Conduct all operations in a socially responsible, harassment-free and nondiscriminatory manner;
      4. Comply with applicable laws concerning equal opportunities, child labor, forced labor, human trafficking, working hours, freedom of association, and fair wages; and
      5. Ensure that the confidentiality of supplier and employee whistleblowers is maintained and that they are protected against retaliation.

      We hold our suppliers, business partners and other stakeholders to the same standards that we hold ourselves. Running a good business means running a safe and ethical business, and that extends well beyond Jacobs itself. Jacobs UK has taken and will continue to take a variety of actions to verify the absence of forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking in our supply chain, including the following:


      Our standard contracts include a provision for the supplier to warrant that it has not and will not engage in any activity, practice or conduct which would constitute an offence under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.


      Jacobs requires that each and every supplier that receives a Purchase Order (PO) or Subcontract reads and certifies compliance with our Supplier Code of Conduct and is registered on our Ariba Supplier Management database.

      Verification and Risk Assessment

      Jacobs requires a due diligence process of supply chain risk based on international indices, media searches and other indicators of supplier-specific risks.


      As part of our supplier verification and audit process Suppliers will be required to demonstrate conformance and assurance that they have flowed down Jacobs' requirements to their own suppliers and contractors and have a supporting audit process.


      Jacobs includes a section on the Supplier Code of Conduct within its standard procurement training for supply management professionals within its Organization. Anti-bribery and corruption and human trafficking prevention is consistently emphasized as part of training provided.


      Jacobs recognizes the importance of stakeholder engagement to help create a more connected, sustainable world, and we are proud to be a founding member of Building Responsibly. This industry group, launched in 2017, consists of leading engineering and construction companies collaborating to promote the rights and welfare of workers globally.

      Integrity Hotline

      In order to support our work vigilance in this area, Jacobs also provides an ethics hotline; anyone may call anonymously through the Jacobs Integrity Hotline at integrity.jacobs.com or by calling+ 1.844.543.8351.


      Jacobs Global Supply Management organization has responsibility for monitoring compliance to all of the supply chain activities described above.

      Jonathan Shattock

      Approved by Jacobs U.K. Limited Board of Directors on 23rd May, 2019

      Andy Scargill

      Approved by Jacobs Field Services Limited Board of Directors on 22nd May, 2019

      Samuel Hannis
      Signed on behalf of
      CH2M Hill International Nuclear Services Limited
      CH2M Hill United Kingdom
      Halcrow Holdings Limited
      Halcrow Group Limited
      Halcrow (Consulting Engineering & Architects) Limited
      Halcrow International Partnership

      Approved by Boards of Directors on 22 May, 2019