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This statement is made on behalf of Cloudable Ltd pursuant to the section 54(1) of
the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and comprises our slavery and human trafficking
statement. This is Cloudable Ltd’s 2nd statement issued under the Modern Slavery Act 2015
and builds upon the statement from 2021. It outlines the steps we have taken as a
business to identify and prevent slavery and human trafficking in our own operations
and supply chains. We understand our responsibilities and are committed to
improving our practices to combat slavery and human trafficking.

We are an expert Microsoft cloud consultancy, based in the southwest UK with under 50 employees. Cloudable Ltd’s main client base comprises of SME and Enterprise clients with specialist IT needs, especially around the fields of Cloud, End User Computing and meeting carbon-neutral targets.

Cloudable has direct relationships with a number of primarily UK based suppliers
offering a wide range of services and also for the benefit of our customers (such as our B2B clients). Our supply chains also include the outplacement of IT services and certain other routine administrative tasks that are
commoditised in nature. Outplacement is to a mix of onshore and offshore
providers such as Microsoft.

We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking
in our supply chains or in any part of our business. Our Anti-Slavery and Human
Trafficking Policy reflects our commitment to acting ethically and with integrity in all
our business relationships and to implement and enforce effective systems and
controls to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place anywhere in our
business and in our supply chains. Accompanying this is our Whistleblowing Policy
which provides a system for our employees to escalate slavery and human trafficking
issues and breaches of our Group policies. Both policies are reviewed annually. There
have been no breaches or suspected breaches of our Anti-Slavery and Human
Trafficking Policy reported in 2021.

As part of our initiative to identify, monitor and mitigate against industry risk,
business transaction risk and risk in the countries in which we operate, we nominate
senior representatives of the business units and functions, who in turn report to the
Group Risk and Compliance Committee chaired by the Enterprise Risk Director.
We have in place policies and systems across our business; our trading partners; and
our supply chains to:-
• Identify inappropriate employment practices;
• Identify, assess and monitor other potential risk areas;
• Mitigate the risk of slavery and human trafficking occurring;
• Protect whistleblowers; and
• Investigate reports of Modern Slavery.

We have zero-tolerance to slavery and human trafficking. To ensure all those in our
supply chain and contractors comply with our values we operate in line with
principles of responsible sourcing, including paying employees at the prevailing
minimum wage applicable within their relevant country of operations. We also have a Supplier Code of Conduct which outlines our expectations. The
Supplier Code of Conduct lists the Countrywide Mandatory Policies and we expect
Suppliers to adhere to these standards or higher. The relevant account managers will
monitor and enforce compliance of the Supplier Code of Conduct.

To ensure a high level of understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human
trafficking in our business, in our supply chains and in our business partners, we
provide relevant in-house training to our colleagues. Under our Supplier Code of
Conduct we also require our business partners to provide regular and relevant
training to their staff and suppliers and providers.

We understand that some workers may be more vulnerable to modern slavery
during the coronavirus pandemic. The Group adopted government guidelines for
Covid-19 secure workplaces and paying statutory sick pay in order to prevent the
spread of coronavirus. Our employees have been and continue to have access to our
grievance procedures.


  • Raise awareness of the Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy and Supplier
  • Code of Conduct with our employees and suppliers.
  • Additional training for employees as necessary.
  • Integrate any learnings from Covid-19 into our future strategy.

This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015
and constitutes our Group’s slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial
year ending 31st December 2019 and was approved by the Board of Directors of
Cloudable LTD on 28/03/2022.

Jay Ralph
Founder and Director
Cloudable Ltd