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                                               Hertsmere Valley Care Services Limited. No 9 Bell Lane Hendon NW4 2BP Tel: +44 203 3417 3536,
Registered in England and Wales: Registration No: 08807439. Licensed by the Care Quality Commission for Social Care Inspection Certificate No: 1-13492

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HERTSMERE VALLEY CARE SERVICES LIMITED
SUPPORTING INDEPENDENCE THROUGH PERSONALIZED SERVICES

Hertsmere Valley (HV) Care Services Limited is a Healthcare Agency incorporated to provide range of health and social care staff supply to numerous healthcare Organisations all over United Kingdom. We are Accredited and Regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). 

We work diligently towards enhancing the lives of the citizens of our community by providing services that is unique, enhance independence and improve the quality of lives. We are committed to deliver high quality care and support services to meet the unique needs of vulnerable individuals in general and those with disabilities in particular. Hertsmere Valley Care Services is committed to providing individually tailored care and support capable of evolving needs of the services user change.

Our Staffs are employed for their professional attributes, reliability, dedication, honesty and sensitivity. They undergo a comprehensive interview and they are screened for these qualities.

INTRODUCTION 

OUR ORGANIZATION 

OUR STATEMENT 

  • We intend to take further steps to identify, assess and monitor potential risk areas in terms of modern slavery and human trafficking, particularly in our supply chains.
  • We support our staff to understand and respond to modern slavery and human trafficking.
  • We will Monitor, review and update our actions in relation to modern slavery annually


This statement was approved by our board of directors in April 2020.

Loveth Poge

Director/Nominated Individual 

April, 2020

Modern slavery covers slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking. Hertsmere Valley (HV) Care Services is fully committed to preventing all kinds of modern slavery in our organisational activities and also ensure that our supply chain take the necessary actions to prevent it.  We are absolutely committed to implementation and enforcement of an effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery not taking place in any part of our business activities or in our supply chains. 

REVIEW OF EFFECTIVENESS 

Hertsmere Valley Care Services offers the following statement with regard to the steps taken to prevent slavery and human trafficking within our supply chain in line with Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

Hertsmere Valley Care Services has zero tolerance towards modern slavery and human trafficking. Any concern to Modern Slavery and human trafficking will be escalated as part of Hertsmere Valley Services safeguarding process, working in line with the Care Quality Commission, Local Authority agencies and the NHS.

All members of staff have a personal responsibility for the successful prevention of modern slavery and human trafficking with the Human resource department taking responsibility for overall compliance. Hertsmere Valley Care Services has also set in motions the following policies and processes to deter any form of Modern human trafficking, this includes:

  • A dedicated safeguarding Lead.
  • Pre-employment checks: We carryout checks on every job applicant such as checking UK Address, right to work in the UK, References.
  • Mandatory Safeguarding training for every Hertsmere Valley Care services employees regardless of their position in the organisation.
  • A safeguarding policy for Adults which highlights Modern slavery and our responses to any identified safeguarding concern.
  • We defined system which encourages the reporting of any concern and the protection of whistle blowers.

Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement