Hellios build bridges across supply chains

How compliant are your suppliers with legislation, regulation and corporate governance requirements? What unknown supply chain risks could cause operational and reputational impacts?


How is compliance with bribery and corruption legislation being effectively managed within your supply chain? Is your business exposed to potential legal action or reputational risk?


Slavery, servitude, forced labour and human trafficking, or ‘Modern Slavery’, is a growing global issue and exists in many industries in every region in the world.


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new EU regulation that will replace the 1998 Data Protection Act (DPA), coming into effect on 25thMay 2018. The UK Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, has called it ‘the biggest change to data


How do suppliers comply with your CSR policies across labour standards, ethical sourcing, equality and diversity, SMEs, use of natural resources or conflict minerals?


How easy is it to access high quality, accurate and up-to-date information on suppliers? Is information instantly available online in a single system capable of alerting any key changes?


Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy sets what information we collect and how we use this information when you use this website. Hellios is committed to protecting any personal information you give to us and only using this information in accordance with this policy.

We may update this policy from time to time and we recommend that you check this page regularly when visiting our website.

What information we collect

We track visitors to our website anonymously using Google Analytics, you can find out more about Google's privacy policy here.

Google Analytics collects information including IP address, location, browser type, referral source, pages viewed and length of visit.  No personally identifiable information is collected or stored.

We collect personal information including name, company name and email address for visitors using our contact or sign-up forms.

For visitors interested in using our services we may ask for further personal information including company address and company telephone numbers.

How we use your information

We use website visitor tracking information to understand how we may improve our website visitor experience and the services we provide.

Personal information you provide via our contact or sign-up forms is used to respond to your enquiries and send any specific information or communication(s) requested.

Personal information we request in regards to applying or registering to use our services is used to provide login details, information and communication(s) necessary to provide the services.

We may use your personal information for marketing purposes from time to time including services we provide, thought leadership and news.  You may opt out at any time by contacting us.

We will share your personal information with our partner(s) where strictly necessary to provide our services to you and not for any marketing purposes.

We will not share your personal information with any other third party without your prior consent, except where we are obligated to disclose information by law.

Use of cookies

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer by websites that you visit.  We use cookies to understand how we may improve our website visitor experience and the services we provide.

You may opt out of accepting cookies through your browser settings although this may affect your experience of using our website.

Google Analytics uses cookies to collect the visitor tracking information described above.  You may opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics here.

Security of your information

We are committed to ensuring any personal information you provide to us is securely held and all reasonable precautions taken to prevent loss, misuse or alteration.

Third party websites

Our website contains links to other websites over which we have no control.  We are not responsible or liable for the privacy policies of these websites.

Your rights

You have the right to access personal information which we hold about you.  We may charge a fee of £10.00 to cover our costs.

If you believe any personal information we hold on you is incorrect or incomplete please contact us and we will endeavour to update our records as soon as possible.

You may opt out of having your personal information used by us in any way by contacting us.  For more information on your rights please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website here.

Contacting us

To contact us in relation to any aspect of our privacy policy, including if you have a question or complaint, please do so in writing by email or post using the details on our contact page.

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