This Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement relates to actions and activities during the financial year 1st January to 4th April 2023.

The statement sets down NurseGate’s commitment to preventing slavery and human trafficking in our business activities and the steps we have put in place with the aim of ensuring that there is no slavery or human trafficking in our own business and supply chains. We all have a duty to be alert to risks, however small.  Staff are expected to report their concerns and management to act upon them.


Organisational structure and supply chains

This statement covers the business activities of the supply of medical and care staff which are as follows:

The location of suitably qualified and experienced staff in countries outside of the UK for vacant roles within the UK. Candidates are recruited for specific roles as requested by UK based providers. NurseGate is an UK company with strategic partners in the UK and overseas who receive the candidates and provide welcoming services, (accommodation where the client cannot provide it) and any additional and specific training to allow the candidates to begin work. The strategic partners provide assistance with immigration through registered UK law firms.

The Company currently operates in the following countries:

UK, India, Philippines, Taiwan, Australia, Mainland Europe.

The following is the process by which the Company assesses whether particular activities or countries are high risk in relation to modern slavery or human trafficking:

The staff located by the company are suitably professionally qualified and/or experienced. They are supplied to highly regulated and monitored care and healthcare providers. Salaries paid are at the appropriate rates for the job descriptions and in line with UK sourced staff rates. Working conditions are the same as for UK based staff.

Responsibility for the Company’s anti-slavery initiatives is as follows:

1.1  Policies: P Kullar is responsible for creating and reviewing policies. The process by which policies are developed is looking at best practice and adapting to the needs of the Company.

1.2  Risk assessments: P Kullar is responsible for risk assessments in respect of human rights and modern by a process of references from candidates’ previous employers or training establishments, and checking UK employers staff retention rates, contracts, policies and working conditions..

1.3 Due diligence: P Kullar is responsible for due diligence in relation to known or suspected instances of modern slavery and human trafficking.



To ensure a good understanding of the risks of modern slavery and human trafficking in our business and supply chains, the Company requires all candidates to complete language and job based skills training online in country and on arrival in the UK within 28 days of arrival



The Company is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our business or our supply chains. This Statement affirms its intention to act ethically in our business relationships.

The following policies set down our approach to the identification of modern slavery risks and steps to be taken to prevent slavery and human trafficking in our operations:

2.1 Whistleblowing policy – the Company encourages all its workers, customers and other business partners to report any concerns related to its direct activities or its supply chains.

2.2 [Employee] and [Company] Code of Conduct – The Codes of Conduct sets down the actions and behaviour expected of employees when representing the Company.

21.3 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Policy – The Company’s CSR policy summarises how we manage our environmental impacts and how we work responsibly with suppliers and local communities.

Vulnerable candidate policy.


Due Diligence Processes for Slavery and Human Trafficking

The Company undertakes due diligence when considering taking on new suppliers, and regularly reviews its existing suppliers. The Company’s due diligence process includes on site and head office visits. Examination of staff attrition rates and employment contracts. Examination of policies and procedures in place. Exit interviewing any candidates who leave within 18 months of placement. Building long-standing relationships with suppliers and making clear our expectations of business partners and evaluating the modern slavery and human trafficking risks of each new supplier. We will also invoke sanctions against suppliers that fail to improve their performance in line with an action plan provided by us, including the termination of the business relationship.


Performance indicators

The Company uses the following key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure how effective we are in ensuring slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of our business or supply chains including. We do this by requiring all relevant staff to have completed training on modern slavery as provided by our training contractors, and by using labour monitoring and remaining in contact with our candidates.

This Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement will be regularly reviewed and updated as necessary. By the Board of Directors annually. Ther Board endorses this policy statement and is fully committed to its implementation.

Name: Pard Kullar

Position: Director

Date: 07/07/2023


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