Modern Slavery Act 2015: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

This statement is made by Piksel Limited (“Piksel”, “the Company” or “we”) under section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) and was approved by the Board of Piksel on 15 December 2016. This constitutes Piksel’s Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking statement for financial year ended 31 December 2016.

Company structure

Piksel is a company incorporated in England with limited liability with registered company number 03048367. Piksel, along with the other entities in the Piksel group builds successful online video businesses offering strategic, professional and managed services underpinned by the Piksel Palette’sTM SaaS-based infrastructure. The Piksel group operates across numerous jurisdictions. Piksel operates a strict supplier selection process and have a close knowledge of key suppliers with whom we have long-standing relationships. Whilst we source the majority of our goods and services from the European Union and North America, we recognise that other jurisdictions from which we may source goods and/or services may be more at risk. Piksel is committed to conforming to ethical business practices in all of its operations worldwide.

Piksel policy on slavery and human trafficking

Piksel is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in its supply chains or in any part of its business. Piksel’s procurement from suppliers is a centralised function which involves the use of pre- approved suppliers and has controls in place with an ability to complete due diligence checks. Piksel’s procurement practices are designed to ensure that the Company operates in a legal and ethical manner and we take great care in selecting the suppliers we engage with; expecting all of our suppliers to commit to complying with all applicable laws and regulations, including those relating to modern slavery and human trafficking and also Human Rights.

Further steps

Piksel is committed to ensuring there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in any part of its business. Piksel’s next step is to conduct a review of the effectiveness of the steps have taken to date to ensure, so far as possible, that there is no slavery or human trafficking in its supply chains. We will:

  • Conduct an assessment to measure the effectiveness of steps already taken
  • Establish due diligence procedures that monitor supplier’s compliance with the Modern Slavery Act.
  • Where appropriate, seek contractual warranties from suppliers identified as being higher risk by our riskassessment procedures, concerning their compliance with applicable laws and regulations regardingmodern slavery and human trafficking
  • Continue to provide training on the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act to relevant employees.The Board has concluded that Piksel’s procedures provide reasonable assurance that the Company has reduced the risk that slavery and human trafficking could be found in Piksel’s business or supply chains.Arturo Rodriguez, Director Piksel Limited
    Date: 22 February 2017