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Modern Slavery Act

 

Semble Technology Limited (“Semble”) has taken steps to understand all potential modern slavery risks related to its business, in accordance with Section 54 of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.

We are committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking, both in our own corporate activities and our supply chain. We take measures to ensure that all of our contractors, suppliers and business partners comply with the same high standards.

 

Organisational structure

Semble is a UK-based software as a service (SaaS) company that provides management software to healthcare professionals. At the date of this notice, Semble has 62 employees and 4 contractors. The majority of these staff members are based in the UK, with 5 currently based abroad (none in locations on the Global Slavery Index list of high-risk countries).

 

Policies & Procedures

We have a number of relevant policies and procedures in place to ensure a transparent and ethical approach to conducting our business. These include:

  1. Recruitment Policy and Onboarding Procedures – This policy ensures comprehensive due diligence on all existing and potential employees. We verify each employee’s right to work to safeguard against human trafficking or individuals being forced to work against their will. We also carry out basic criminal records checks on all UK permanent staff members.
  2. Outsourcing Policy – third parties that provide goods and services are subject to risk ranking and due diligence checks, including an examination of any negative media.
  3. Whistleblowing Policy – this policy ensures that employees can be confident that they will be supported by senior management in reporting any suspicious activity, including any suspicions of modern slavery or human trafficking, without fear of reprisal.

 

Supply chain

Our supply chain includes predominantly IT and telecommunications providers. Recruitment functions have been moved in-house for greater oversight and control. Geographically, Semble’s suppliers are predominantly based in the UK. None are based in higher-risk jurisdictions, as set out in the Global Slavery Index.

We carry out due diligence checks on all of our employees/contractors. As such Semble is confident that it ensures transparency and efficiency in its business and approach to tackling modern slavery and human trafficking.

 

Management approval

This statement has been approved by the Board of Semble on 24th March 2022 and is made in accordance with section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.