Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy

This Avita Group Policy is approved by the Board of Directors; it represents the Avita Group Board’s direction
to the business on this topic. Compliance with this policy is mandatory through aligning Avita Tech Ltd
System processes and people behaviours to the commitments below.

Policy Statement
This policy applies to all persons working for us or on our behalf in any capacity, including employees at all
levels, directors, officers, agency workers, seconded workers, volunteers, agents, contractors and suppliers.
Avita Group strictly prohibits the use of modern slavery and human trafficking in our operations and supply
chain. We have and will continue to be committed to implementing systems and controls aimed at
ensuring that modern slavery is not taking place anywhere within our organisation or in any of our supply
chains. We expect that our suppliers will hold their own suppliers to the same high standards.

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
Modern slavery is a term used to encompass slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour, bonded
and child labour and human trafficking. Human trafficking is where a person arranges or facilitates the
travel of another person with a view to that person being exploited. Modern slavery is a crime and a
violation of fundamental human rights.

Commitments
We are a company that expects everyone working with us, or on our behalf, to support and uphold the
following measures to safeguard against modern slavery:
We have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery in our organisation and our supply chains.
The prevention, detection and reporting of modern slavery in any part of our organisation or supply
chain is the responsibility of all those working for us or on our behalf. Workers must not engage in,
facilitate or fail to report any activity that might lead to, or suggest, a breach of this policy.
We are committed to engaging with our clients and suppliers to address the risk of modern slavery in
our operations and supply chain.
We take a risk-based approach to our processes and keep them under review. We assess whether the
circumstances warrant the inclusion of specific prohibitions against the use of modern slavery and
trafficked labour in our contracts with third parties. Using our risk-based approach, we will also assess
the merits of writing to suppliers requiring them to comply with this policy, which sets out the minimum
standards required to combat modern slavery and trafficking.
Consistent with our risk-based approach we may require:
Employment and recruitment agencies and other third parties supplying workers to our
organisation to confirm their compliance with our Policy.
Suppliers engaging workers through a third party to obtain that third parties’ agreement to
adhere to the Policy.
As part of our ongoing risk assessment and due diligence processes we will consider whether
Circumstances warrant us carrying out audits of suppliers for their compliance with our Policy.
If we find that other individuals or organisations working on our behalf have breached this Policy, we
will ensure that we take appropriate action. This may range from considering the possibility of breaches
being remediated and whether that might represent the best outcome for those individuals impacted
by the breach, to terminating such relationships.