Prepared by Alan Brown, Director, Approved On Behalf Of The Board
Updated August 30th 2023
Apira are a digital transformation consultancy working predominantly within the NHS.
This policy statement describes the steps taken by Apira to prevent Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking within our business and supply chains.
- Apira Limited have reviewed its business in relation to Modern Anti-Slavery and Trafficking. We are exempt from the compulsory modern anti-slavery policy as our turnover is below £36m. Even so, we are committed to preventing Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking within our business and supply chains.
- As an organisation, our customers and suppliers are UK based, we do not have relationships with organisations based in countries without mature labour laws.
- We are ‘Real Living Wage’ employers. We ensure all suppliers and contractors pay their staff a living wage.
- Due to the skill requirements and experience we require from staff and suppliers; we are satisfied that the likelihood of Modern Slavery occurring within our business or a supplier’s organisation is very unlikely. However, we do monitor this and ensure steps are in place to assess and manage this risk.
- We have set out below our voluntary modern anti-slavery and trafficking statement.
- Apira will ensure all staff, suppliers, and contractors comply with the policy statement.
- We will also display the statement on our website.