Modern Slavery Statement

1.1 Introduction
This statement sets out the steps that DeployView Limited will take to ensure compliance with the
Modern Slavery Act 2015 and to show its dedication to ensuring that slavery and human
trafficking is not found in its supply chain or any other part of the business. This policy has been
approved by the Board of Directors, is publicly available on the corporate website and will be
provided on request.


1.2 Statement

DeployView Limited recognises the reality of modern slavery and this statement highlights the steps it
will take to ensure compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.


1.3 Business Model and Supply Chain relationships

DeployView is a limited company as defined by the Companies Act 2006.


1.4 Our policy in relation to slavery and human trafficking

DeployView Limited will take the following steps in relation to slavery and human trafficking:

Expanding our whistleblowing policy to cover any concerns about slavery or human
trafficking;

Ensuring practices for checking all employees are paid at least the minimum wage and
have the right to work;

Identifying and prioritising highrisk areas in the supply chain.


1.5 Identifying highrisk sectors

The nature of DeployView’ business and the relationships we have with our partners and suppliers
makes our exposure to slavery and human trafficking unlikely and we believe that the
recognition of modern slavery and complying with this policy will suffice to educate employees
and partners. Should any of these relations change or we seek to build business relationships in
sectors that are of a higher risk, DeployView Limited will ensure to readdress this statement and make
appropriate adjustments.


1.6 Minimising risk in relation to DeployView’ supply chains

We will also ensure that compliance with the Modern Slavery Act becomes part of our due diligence research when
selecting new suppliers and subcontractors.


1.7 Minimising risk in relation to DeployView’ employees

All employees will be made aware of the following signs which may indicate an individual is a
victim of slavery or human trafficking:
1.7.1 Physical Appearance
Victims may show signs of physical or psychological abuse, look malnourished or unkempt, or
appear withdrawn.

1.7.2 Isolation

Victims may rarely be allowed to travel on their own, seem under the control, influence of
others, rarely interact or appear unfamiliar with their neighbourhood or where they work.

1.7.3 Poor Living Conditions

Victims may be living in dirty, cramped or overcrowded accommodation, and / or living and
working at the same address.

1.7.4 Few or No Personal Effects

Victims may have no identification documents, have few personal possessions and always
wear the same clothes day in day out. What clothes they do wear may not be suitable for their
work.

1.7.5 Restricted Freedom of Movement

Victims have little opportunity to move freely and may have had their travel documents
retained, e.g. passports

1.7.6 Unusual Travel Times

They may be dropped off / collected for work on a regular basis either very early or late at
night.

1.7.7 Reluctant to seek help

Victims may avoid eye contact, appear frightened or hesitant to talk to strangers and fear law
enforcers for many reasons, such as not knowing who to trust or where to get help, fear of
deportation, fear of violence to them or their family.


Should anyone identify with any of the above you can report modern slavery by contacting the
following organisations:

Call the police on 101

Call the slavery helpline 0800 0121 700 or report it online
https://www.modernslaveryhelpline.org/report