Prism opposes the use and exploitation of forced labour and we expect those who work for us or on our behalf to share the same values and approach.
Prism continues to be committed to appropriate assessment and management of any modern slavery risk in its business and supply chain, albeit that Prism’s assessment remains unchanged, that the nature and extent of Prism’s exposure to the risk of modern slavery is relatively low.
Prism’s business as an IT Managed Services Provider means that Prism is not involved in and does not have any direct dealings with, factories or suppliers in relation to, manufacturing activities.
In its business, Prism does not employ any forced labour. Prism is also taking steps to raise and maintain appropriate staff awareness of our zero- tolerance policy regarding forced labour.
When engaging a supplier, Prism expects the supplier to comply with their legal obligations in respect of forced labour and the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and that they will place similar expectations on their own respective suppliers.
When entering into arrangements with suppliers (and when periodically reviewing its supply chains), Prism will continue to seek to be alert for any indicators of forced labour. Prism has prepared this statement as its slavery and human trafficking statement, for the purposes of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This statement has been approved by Prism’s board of directors.
References in this statement to ‘forced labour’ mean any conduct which is an offence under Part I of that Act is including slavery, servitude, any type of forced or compulsory labour and trafficking for the purposes of exploitation.
Signed on behalf of the Prism’s Board of Directors