Modern Slavery Act 2020


1.1 Calor is a leading supplier and distributor of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in Ireland, allowing customers who are located off the natural gas grid to use LPG for power in their homes and businesses. 

1.2 Calor is wholly owned by the Dutch company SHV. Calor is an expert in LPG, Bio LPG and LNG procurement and commissioning, bulk gas storage, cylinder filling and storage, transport and delivery, installation and maintenance. We also actively develop and innovate new LPG powered products such as our Calor Mini-BBQ and new lightweight cylinders. 

1.3 Calor serves both residential and commercial sectors within Ireland. 

1.4 Calor employs staff across its main operational sites and offices located throughout Ireland. 

1.5 Calor’s financial year runs from the beginning of January to the end of December in any given calendar year.


2.1 This statement is to be read as applying to Calor Teoranta in the Republic of Ireland and Calor Gas Northern Ireland Ltd. in Northern Ireland and to all Calor activities. Furthermore, it extends to all persons employed by Calor and those who carry out activities on behalf of Calor.

2.2 The prevention, detection and reporting of modern slavery at Calor and within our supply chain is the responsibility of all Calor employees and Calor suppliers. Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and the General Legal Counsel and Compliance Officer have overall responsibility for this policy and in ensuring that the company and its employees comply with its legal and moral obligations. 

2.3 All managers have the day-to-day responsibility for the implementation of this policy, monitoring its use and ensuring that the appropriate processes and control systems are in place, and amended as appropriate, to ensure it can operate effectively.


3.1 The Modern Slavery Act 2015. (UK);

3.2 The Criminal Law (Human Trafficking) Act 2008 as amended by the Criminal Law (Human Trafficking) Act Amendment Act 2013 (ROI).


CEO - Chief Executive Officer

LPG - Liquefied Petroleum Gas

NI - Northern Ireland

ROI - Republic of Ireland

SLT - Senior Leadership Team

TPDD - Third-Party Due Dilligence

UK - United Kingdom


5.1 This statement is made pursuant to s.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that Calor has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain. Effective systems and controls are implemented to safeguard against any form of modern slavery taking place within Calor and our supply chain. 

5.2 Calor as a caring and sustainable business has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery. Calor is committed to acting ethically and with integrity and transparency in all business dealings. 

5.3 This statement relates to actions and activities during the current calendar year and the statement is reviewed annually as a minimum. Calor recognises that it has a responsibility to take a robust approach against slavery and human trafficking. Calor is fully committed to ensuring there is no slavery and human trafficking permitted in any of its activities, and this extends to our supply chains.

5.4 Calor has developed and implemented internal policies to ensure that business is conducted in an ethical and transparent manner. The policies include:

Dignity and Respect Policy
Calor’s Diversity and Inclusion Policy
Calor’s Environmental and Sustainability Policy
SHV and Calor’s Supplier Code of Conduct
SHV and Calor’s Whistleblowing Policy in the form of Speak Up
Calor’s SHV and Calor’s Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
SHV and Calor’s Third Party Due Diligence Policy

5.5 Due Diligence

In order to recognise and manage risks involved when engaging with third parties, Calor has implemented a Third-Party Due Diligence process (“TPDD”). This TPDD process is relevant for new third parties and for third parties that Calor already has an active business relationship with. The TPDD process is intended to assist Calor in preventing, detecting and responding to third-party risks. During the performance of due diligence activities, Calor will gather information about the third parties for the purpose of developing a business relationship with. When reviewing this information, Calor will seek to identify whether there is ‘information that gives reasons for concern’ and be alert for potential non-compliant or unethical behaviour. By performing TPDD, Calor will obtain enough knowledge on the risks of doing business with relevant third parties for the purposes of making an informed decision about the third parties that Calor will engage with and where necessary to implement mitigating measures. Additionally, Calor will check third parties to ensure that their labour standards are compliant with any and all applicable legislation. TPDD activities consist of pre-screening; enhanced due diligence and periodic batch screening as performed by designated members of the Finance Team and overall responsibility resting with the General Legal Counsel and Compliance Officer. Calor’s CEO must approve reporting for enhanced due diligence screening.

5.6 Suppliers

Calor have standards that it expects from its suppliers and requests that any existing and new suppliers’ meet certain compliance and ethics standards including but not limited to modern slavery. Calor is committed to ensuring that its third parties adhere to the highest standards of ethics as enshrined in Calor’s Supplier Code of Conduct.

We may terminate our relationship with a supplier(s) working with/for us/on our behalf if they breach any of our policies and have been found to have committed acts in contravention of Modern Slavery legislation referenced above.


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