1. Version Control

V1 - Issued August 2019 - First Version Issued - Issued by Tori Chapman

2. Company Statement

Picsolve International recognises and embraces its legal and moral responsibility regarding Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking and will take reasonable steps to ensure that no such activities arise within or in support of its business.

Picsolve aims to ensure that no modern slavery or human trafficking exists in any form within its business, subsidiaries or within our partners and suppliers. We will comply with all recognised codes of practice and legislation's regarding human rights, working conditions and employment/organisational practices and will implements measures to ensure that our partners and suppliers reach these standards also.

3. What it is

Human trafficking is to illegally move individuals for typical purposes of forced labour or commercial sexual exploitation.

Someone would be considered as being in slavery if;


4. Potential Indicators

Should an individual be a victim of slavery or human trafficking, indicators such as the below may be witnessed or discovered through conversations;

5. Our policies

We have a number of internal policies to ensure that we are conducting business in an ethical and transparent way.  These include:

6. Who to contact

Should any member of Picsolve Staff suspect any instance of modern slavery of any individual, they should immediately contact their line manager and report their concerns. Line Managers must ensure that any and all concerns are recorded and immediately passed to a senior member of the HR Team who will involved external organisations as required in a timely manner.

Should an individual not feel comfortable reporting any of their concerns to their line manager, they should seek to contact a member of senior management or utilise the confidential global whistleblowing hotline SafeCall for which the contact details are clearly accessible within Picsolve offices, on Picsolve People and enclosed within this policy.

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