Modern Slavery Policy

RS Digital Ltd provides digital consultancy and development services to the private sector. Although our annual turnover is less than the statutory amount which would mandate a Modern Slavery statement, we are pleased to support the intentions of the act by setting out a clear position from our company.

As a Limited Company we pledge to take steps to ensure that our organisation and supply chain are free from slavery and human trafficking. We are committed to improving, monitoring and maintaining best practice by adopting a strict approach throughout all aspects of our organisation.

As part of our ongoing operation we assess any new supplier against the concerns of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015. This process includes a review of the nature of the supplier’s business and likely operating model, and a check on whether the supplier has published a statement on their compliance with the act or equivalent. This information is kept alongside a register of suppliers and we aim to review this at least once every 12 months.

It is our policy that all directors and employees are made aware of the intent and requirements of the Modern Slavery act, and it is part of company ethos and policy that any concerns around this, or other ethical compliance issues, can be freely raised and discussed at any time with senior management.

All new employees would undergo a rigorous referencing and back-ground check, and the on-boarding process would include provision of information on both the act itself and the company’s approach to compliance.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of The Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes our human trafficking and modern slavery statement for the financial year ending 31st March 2023.  This statement was approved by the RS Digital Board of Directors during the annual review on 5th April 2022.

Rick Stock

Managing Director

RS Digital Ltd