Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement

Wavenet is committed to principles of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, and the eradication of modern slavery and human trafficking.

It is Wavenet policy to ensure that all prospective staff are legally entitled to work in the United Kingdom prior to commencement of contract. Wavenet has policies and procedures in place to ensure that our working environment is non-discriminatory and respectful to towards staff, and endeavours to maintain a culture where employees feel safe exposing any wrongdoing without any risk to themselves. The Wavenet Code of Conduct states the Wavenet commitment to acting both ethically and with integrity towards employees, partners and customers.

The products and services Wavenet sells are obtained from suppliers who are predominantly based in the UK although a number of products are supplied from the United States. The majority are well-known in the industry and are compliant with Section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in their own right. Wavenet will never work with organisations who knowingly support or are found to be involved in slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour.

In order to comply with the policies above, Wavenet is pursuing the following steps:

  • Running periodic Awareness activities within the Company for all its staff
  • Assessment of potential risk areas in its supply chains
  • Monitoring potential risk areas in its supply chains on a periodic basis
  • Updating contractual arrangements with its supply chains, either on contract renewal or via separate instrument, cascading policy and controls to the supply chain to prevent slavery and human trafficking practices
  • Periodically reviewing its supply chains, including by audit, and the controls suppliers have in place to prevent slavery and human trafficking practices

Wavenet reports on adequacy of procedure and compliance with this Policy to its Board of Directors every 12 months.


Last reviewed: 19/09/2023