Modern slavery statement

Building on over a decade and a half of cooperative development and project delivery, Mikkom is trusted by some of the largest public and private healthcare providers, in the UK and abroad, to deliver highly secure 365/24/7 systems - on time and to budget.

Introduction

This statement has been published in accordance with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. It sets out the steps taken by Mikkom Limited during the year ended 31 December 2021 to seek to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in its supply chains or in any part of the business.

Organisational structure and business

Mikkom Limited is a leading UK supplier in patient access healthcare software and services with annual revenue of approximately £160k and around 7 employees. Our business operates primarily within the UK and our key inputs are our skilled people. Given the nature of Mikkom’s business the Management consider the risk of modern slavery in the business or within its supply chain to be low.

Policies on modern slavery

Mikkom is committed to conducting business responsibly. It seeks to ensure that its supply chains operate to those same high standards, including third party employment practices, workplace conditions and, more specifically, the prevention of forced, bonded and trafficked labour. This is upheld through the Company’s policies and processes, and is fully supported by the corporate management team.

All current and prospective UK third party suppliers are required to demonstrate a commitment to and an ongoing compliance of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Where Mikkom has an extended supply chain, particularly with major technology vendors, it relies on their respective modern slavery statement to be accurate and appropriately applied.

Mike Unger
Managing Director
March 2022

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