Pivotal strongly supports the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and acknowledges its responsibility to comply with it.
Pivotal is committed to ensuring that both the organisation and its supply chains are free of slavery and human trafficking, and that the necessary due diligence is undertaken to provide assurance of this.
Pivotal incorporate stringent processes to ensure that our suppliers comply with the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Invitations to tender require suppliers to confirm their compliance with the Act and to provide a formal statement to this effect.
Existing suppliers and new contractors have all been analysed to assess the risk of non-compliance with the Act and, where necessary, suppliers have been asked to provide further assurances.
Any failure by a supplier to meet the standards set out in the Supplier Code of Practice will be a breach of contract and will result in the termination of our relationship with them.
Trading secures statements from all suppliers guaranteeing their compliance with the Act.
No supplier is engaged without this compliance statement.
Pivotal Executive Board and senior management team will ensure that the implementation of this policy is reviewed and updated as necessary