This statement is made on behalf of Deltatre Group Limited and its affiliated undertakings, pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA).
Deltatre is global leader in OTT and streaming video products, digital and social media applications, as well as content production, data and broadcast services and is now one of the largest independent OTT solution provider in the world, possessing more than 1000 staff, worldwide. The company reaches hundreds of millions of viewers via OTT networks in sports, entertainment, communications, and aviation. Details of the territories in which we do business are available on our website.
This statement has been prepared in relation to the MSA and relates to actions and activities during the financial year 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020.
We are committed to ensuring that there is no slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory human labor, abuse of power over vulnerable individuals, human trafficking or any other form of exploitation as contemplated by the MSA in any part of our business or in our supply chain.
We respect the wellbeing and human rights of our employees and of any individual we work with.
We welcome the transparency encouraged by the MSA and this statement, in conjunction with our group Code of Conduct, sets out for the public, our clients, suppliers and employees.
We do think an inclusive work environmental is fundamental. We want everyone to feel completely themselves and respected for who they are.
Our Inclusion and Diversity Hub is a place for everyone to learn and be inspired about how we can celebrate our similarities and diversities. Both similarities and diversities are, in fact, part of our richness and they’re essential elements of our creative process.
For 2021 we planned to celebrate both United Nations International Days and Awareness and Education Days, taking them as an occasion to educate public on issues of concern, to mobilize political will and resources achievements to humanity.
We continue striving in our day-by-day activity for transparent business operations and performance. We adhere to a high set of ethics and values that guide our governance procedures and daily management decisions. We recognize that we must be a profitable business endeavoring to consistently operate above and beyond existing ethical and legal standards.
As an organization, we are committed to expanding our operations globally in a sustainable manner for the benefit of our clients, our employees, and the wider communities and environments on which our business impacts. The business takes a pro-active approach to its corporate responsibility, which is deeply rooted in its corporate strategy and business decisions.
In 2020 we continued working and updating our internal legislation providing also training sessions to the staff on the relevant policies and procedures.
Our training program will continue for all the 2021. Moreover, with reference to specific topics, we’ve set up a training plan on a permanent basis.
The unexpected event of Covid-19 pandemic forced all of us to reassess how we manage our day-by-day activities in order to address the sever risks of the disease to our workers and all the other people involved.
Deltatre’s response mirrors our constant commitment to respecting human rights and to primary safeguard the health of our staff.
First, we identified the risks, then we acted decisively to manage and mitigate them.
We adopted specific Protocols providing indication and information around the additional safety and organizational measures implemented in the office premises.
Moreover, we quickly adopted a smart-working solution and the vast majority of our staff has been immediately able to work remotely.
Even if the impact of the pandemic did reduce the number of travel and site access, we remained in communication with our supplier during the year and we found ways to safely conduct audit activities with the use remote assessments.
The on-going Covid-19 health crisis will inevitably require us to maintain a flexible approach to our actions in the coming year
Additionally, we will need also to priorities our efforts in continue ensuring that all suppliers provide safe working conditions for their workers and then meet the legal and ethical standards we’ve have always been required in doing business with us.
Signed by Group CEO,
Last update: May 2021