Supply Chain

Supply Chain

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires us to disclose our efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from our direct supply chains.

Verification of Product Supply Chains: We maintain a policy to assess product supply chains to reduce risks of human trafficking and slavery. Audits are not currently conducted by a third party.

Supplier Compliance Audits: We are currently developing an audit schedule and process for supplier evaluation, which we plan to be both announced and unannounced.

Direct Supplier Certification: We are continuing to develop a process for our direct suppliers to certify compliance with slavery and human trafficking laws of their respective countries.

Internal Accountability Standards and Procedures: Contractors will be required to be familiar with our slavery and trafficking standards. Contractors found to be out of compliance will be responsible for developing an action plan. If the action plan goals are not met, the contractor will be subject to sanctions and possibly contract termination.

Training of Company Employees and Management: Training and updates will be provided to employees and management with direct responsibility for supply chain management, with a particular focus on reducing slavery and trafficking risks in the supply chain.