Modern Day Slavery Statement 2022/23
Slavery, servitude, forced labour and human trafficking (modern slavery) are issues of increasing global concern, affecting all sectors, regions and economies. Modern slavery is fundamentally unacceptable within our business and the supply chain, and is a key focus in our overall approach to business and human rights.
Multicast Audio Limited are committed to respecting, protecting and championing the human rights of all those who come into contact with our operations, including employees, temporary workers, customers and local communities. We accept our responsibility to support transparency and honesty; to find and resolve problems, and to work with others to protect the rights of workers, particularly those who are most vulnerable to abuses such as modern slavery.
This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act (2015). It sets out the steps Multicast Audio Limited will take during the year, ending 30th April 2023 to prevent modern slavery in our business operations and supply chains.
About Multicast Audio
Since 2014, Multicast Audio Limited has offered bespoke and friendly audio, communications and networking support and systems to clients in the events, theatre and broadcasting worlds. Led by director Ian Threlfall, we design, install and manage all of the technology to allow your teams, shows and events to be the best they can be.
We specialise in audio, communications and networking solutions and aim to be ahead of the game in technology and engineering to achieve our clients vision for their shows and events. We appreciate that every project is different, so the need to be flexible and approachable in our system design, and offering support at every stage of production is key to how we work.
We have been lucky enough to work on some fantastic shows and events over the years, often in difficult locations and with moving goalposts. We are able to bring our vast knowledge and experience from all of the various sectors of the entertainment industries to all our projects.
Multicast Audio Limited is based in the UK with a head office in London. The business mainly operates with 2 employees and we consult on entertaintment and broadcast projects as well as supply equipment and crew for projects. Outside of our 2 employees we use trusted sub contractors for on site jobs to allow us to scale our work force as required and use correct skillsets for varied jobs.
Once a candidate becomes an employee of Nexus People, we provide the employee with a temporary work assignment at one of our client sites across the UK. We supply and employ approximately 5,000 temporary workers a week at any one time.
Our sub contractors are true self employed people and are allowed to quote for the work offered by Multicast Audio Limited and all contract terms include travel and substance costs where required.
Due Diligence & Risk Assessment
Multicast Audio Limited recognises that there is a risk of modern slavery in any area of our business where there is:
Migrant Labour (country to country or within a country)
High presence of refugees and European workers. (Further impact by the new immigration system Jan 2021)
Outsourced labour supply functions (2nd Tier suppliers)
Multicast Audio Limited Directors are responsible for ensuring Multicast Audio Limited meets its human rights responsibilities. We continue to monitor, evaluate and address any risk of modern slavery through the following methods:
During the recruitment process, our subcontractors are taken through an induction which includes information, guidance and a video on modern slavery, including the importance of reporting any suspicion to company directors.
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