Modern Slavery Statement

This statement has been published in accordance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps taken by Lens Digital to prevent modern slavery and human trafficking in its own business operations and supply chains.

Introduction

We take our obligation seriously to ensure that there is no form of modern slavery and human trafficking within our business operations. Although we are a small business that falls outside the scope of the Modern Slavery Act, we believe that is an important part of our business that we work to comply with the principles of the Act. We see that as a way of working to improve our business and those of the companies that we have working relationships with.

Business and operational structure

Lens Digital is a trading name for Andrew Spiers which operates only in the United Kingdom – the business being based in Ascot, Berkshire. We supply our website services to a wide range of industries sectors. 

Although our client based is exclusively United Kingdom based, we may have business relationships with suppliers across the globe.

Compliance With The Modern Slavery Act

We will work to comply the principles of the Modern Slavery Act. Due to the size of our business, we may not be able to comply with the strict reporting requirements of the Act but our goal is to comply with the overarching principles – to eliminate slavery and human trafficking.

This will be an ongoing process and our processes will change as the business grows.

For transparency, we will list our key suppliers along with their Modern Slavery Act statements;

Authorised By

This statement was approved by Andrew Spiers trading as Lens Digital. 

Andrew Spiers
Lens Digital
1st March 2024

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