Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement

1. Structure and business 

Samepage Digital Limited (12305694) is a Private Limited Company incorporated on November 8, 2019. The registered address is 63/66 Hatton Garden, Fifth Floor Suite 23, London EC1N 8LE.

We are serious about our brand because it’s part of our identity, as is our commitment to corporate social responsibility. We believe transparency is the best way we can reassure the public that we are doing our best as an ethical corporate citizen. In that spirit, we have published our annual statement for slavery and human trafficking, made in compliance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act, 2015, in which we explain how slavery and human trafficking can affect our business and the steps we are taking in the fight against it. This slavery and human trafficking statement also addresses the steps taken by our sister company, Samespace Limited.

As of January 1, 2022, the turnover of Samepage Digital Limited is below £36 million, so this statement is made voluntarily, demonstrating that we take the issue of modern slavery very seriously.

As consultants providing consultancy services, we have no supply chains. Despite this, we have embraced the idea of publishing an annual slavery and human trafficking statement. This will allow us to share our efforts against slavery and human trafficking and improve and measure our success each financial year.


2. Slavery and human trafficking 

We have adopted a zero tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking within our organisation,  with our subcontractors, with our clients and with any supply chains we may build in the future.

Our business, by its very nature, its modest size, and its current lack of any supply chains, has minimal risk of exposure to slavery and human trafficking. However, we will regularly monitor the situation, as our business grows, through the following lenses:

  • Relationships: Strengthening our consultant and client engagement process
  • Feedback: Establishing grievance mechanisms and channels for feedback from individual consultants 
  • Measurable change: Developing verifiable KPIs to measure progress
  • Collaboration: Encouraging clients to address slavery and human trafficking issues
  • Accountability: Establishing a framework for organisational accountability to allow for raising issues, making suggestions, voicing grievances and reporting slavery and human trafficking.

 

3. Due diligence procedures

In the absence of any supply chain risk, the main route by which modern slavery issues could enter our organisation is through our growing subcontractor base. While we recognise that this risk remains very small, we are deepening our due diligence procedures, specifically by conducting background checks on all new subcontractors and employees before they join the company.


4. Key performance indicators

In order to assess the effectiveness of our modern slavery measures we will be reviewing the following key performance indicators:

• Staff training levels

• Number of slavery incidents reported

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