While 1Spatial’s turnover is below £36m and therefore does not fall within the reporting requirements for Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, the directors take their responsibility seriously in preventing any form of slavery and/or human trafficking within our business and supply chain.

1Spatial is committed to ensuring that any forms of slavery or human trafficking are not taking place in our supply chain.

Given the nature of our business, our supply chain mostly consists of the hiring of independent consultants and other service providers, and the procurement of other software-related goods and services. Regarding our supply chain, we consider ourselves to be low risk.

However, due diligence is undertaken by 1Spatial to ensure we only engage with reputable suppliers and avoid contracting with suppliers or subcontractors which are located within geographical areas where slavery and/or human trafficking are a risk.

We undertake Supplier Assessments to establish risk profiles before engaging with them. These assessments are regularly reviewed as part of our Quality Management System (QMS). This includes the review of suppliers, sub-contractors and independent consultants who work with us as Associates.

We do not support a supply chain where we have reasonable evidence of slavery or human trafficking.