The following policies and statements apply to all employees, business partners and representatives engaged by MannionDaniels.
All these documents are revised on a regular and/or needs basis. It is therefore important to visit this website from time to time during your engagement with us. If you have a query regarding any of the policies/documents, please contact the MannionDaniels Operations and Compliance Team.
Outlines personal responsibilities in observing and upholding MannionDaniels’ position on bribery, corruption, and fraud; describes the company’s Anti- corruption, Fraud and Bribery framework, and provides information and guidance on how to recognise and deal with bribery, fraud and corruption issues.
Anti-Corruption, Fraud and Bribery Policy (January 2023)
Sets out the values, business culture and practices that we aim to demonstrate and expect of all our staff, partners, suppliers and consultants throughout our supply chain.
Business Code of Ethics (May 2023)
Sets out the standards expected regarding conflicts of interest and how to manage any perceived or actual conflict of interest.
Conflict of Interest Policy (September 2022)
The following policy describes our approach to promoting social justice, human rights and sustainable development throughout the work of MannionDaniels
Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Policy (June 2022)
Sets out MannionDaniels’ position on terrorist activities and financing, and money laundering. It also provides guidance for staff and partners to manage and avoid the risks of becoming involved in terrorist activity or money laundering.
Counter-Terrorism and Anti-Money Laundering Policy Statement (September 2021)
MannionDaniels recognises the importance of preserving privacy and protecting personal data and is committed to complying with the principles of the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA18) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Data Protection Policy (March 2022)
Provides our approach to eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity amongst our workforce and across all our practices.
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Policy (September 2021)
Outlines our commitment to protecting the environment, preventing pollution, complying with environmental legislation and other requirements relevant to our activities.
Environmental Policy (June 2022)
Reiterates our duty of care to staff, business partners, clients, communities, and beneficiaries with whom we engage. It also outlines our responsibility to provide a safe work-place and to protect people, information systems, and our physical and intellectual assets against loss or compromise.
Health, Safety and Security Policy Statement (September 2019)
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all information systems operated by MannionDaniels are secure and aspire to comply with the standards of the Data Protection Act, and the Computer Misuse Act.
Information Security Policy (January 2022)
Outlines our zero tolerance approach to modern slavery and how we implement effective systems and measures to ensure modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our own business or in any of our supply chains.
Modern Slavery Policy (May 2022)
Mannion Daniels Limited is required to publish a Slavery and Human Trafficking statement for each financial year which is available to read.
Sets out our commitment to protect children and young people from harm or risk. It also outlines how we identify and respond to safeguarding children and young people concerns.
Safeguarding Policy (March 2021)
The purpose of this policy is to show MannionDaniels’ commitment to paying suppliers efficiently and promptly in line with the HMG Prompt Payment code of practice.
Supplier Prompt Payment Policy (Sept 2022)
MannionDaniels is committed to ensuring the highest standards of conduct in the delivery of our services and maintaining compliance with all applicable policies, laws, rules and regulations. To ensure that we are all held to account the MannionDaniels whistleblowing hotline facilitates the reporting of possible illegal, unethical, or improper conduct when the normal channels of communication have proven ineffective or difficult. The hotline is available to be used by all of our employees, as well as clients, Business Partners and others in a business relationship with MannionDaniels.
Please use this hotline to report corruption, fraud, human trafficking, slavery, safeguarding children and young people concerns, terrorism funding, and other violations related to MannionDaniels, our people, and programmes.
Suspected fraud and whistleblowing – if you would like to contact MannionDaniels using the anonymous, free-to-call and confidential service, please click contact EthicsPoint.
MannionDaniels, consultants, contractors, suppliers, and associated person(s) involved in the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office funded business should immediately report any suspicions or allegations of aid diversion, money laundering or counter terrorism finance to the Counter Fraud and Whistleblowing Unit (CFWU) at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 1355 843 747.
If your complaint is a safeguarding concern regarding suspected abuse, please read our Safeguarding Policy and contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead on (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you have any queries on the above, please contact the Operations Team and/or the Human Resources Team.
Whistleblowing policy (January 2023)