Our committed to the prevention of slavery and human trafficking
At Technoclasm we conduct our business with integrity, transparency and fairness. We are committed to the prevention of slavery and human trafficking in our business and in our supply chains. We procure goods and services in a sustainable and ethical manner in compliance with our values and relevant law and policy, including the Modern Slavery Act 2015. We do not accept slavery or human trafficking in our business and we will not work with others in our supply chain who do not share our commitment to preventing slavery and human trafficking. If you wish to see our Anti-Slavery Policy, please ask us. If you have any concerns or suspicions please contact us.
Our business and supply chains
Our supply chains include providers of services to our clients, and providers of goods and services to our firm. For example, we engage technical specialists, experts and consultancy companies on behalf of our clients. Goods and services provided to the firm include banking services, stationery supplies, building management services for our offices, taxis, cleaning services, IT hardware and IT services.
- We reviewed our compliance approach in line with the 2017 UK Government guidance on Transparency in Supply Chains, the 2019 UK Government guidance on modern slavery statements.
- We conducted a slavery and human trafficking risk assessment of our business and our supply chains and issued a slavery and human trafficking risk questionnaire to selected suppliers
- We reviewed and updated our supplier take-on processes to ensure our slavery and human trafficking risk questionnaire is issued where appropriate to new or prospective suppliers held discussions at a senior level within the firm to ensure compliance
- We reviewed our Anti-slavery Policy, which identifies the firm's Managing Director as the Anti-slavery Compliance Officer with overall responsibility for implementing this Policy
- We arranged for colleagues with direct responsibilities for engaging with suppliers to undertake relevant anti-slavery and human trafficking training