State of California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
The Indium Corporation makes these dedicated efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from our direct supply chains:
- Indium Corporation engages in verification activities to identify human trafficking in our supply chain.
- We've adopted the EICC code of conduct as policy, which prohibits forced labor and slavery.
- When third-party verification is available, we avail ourselves of this resource.
- Audit methodologies include evidence-based proof of compliance with our requirements.
- Suppliers are selected based on risk-based assessments.
- Audits are announced.
- Suppliers are required to provide a certificate of conformance that they comply with our requirements which include prohibitions of human trafficking and slavery.
- Non-compliant suppliers are disqualified.
- We require our direct suppliers to certify that they comply with the labor laws of the countries in which they do business.
- INTERNAL ACCOUNTABILITY:
- Indium Corporation has internal procedures for determining whether employees or contractors are complying with company standards regarding slavery and human trafficking.
- Our company policies prohibit forced labor and slavery.
- The EICC code requires preventative and corrective actions. Types of action include: education, training, suspension, and loss of employment.
- All employees, upon hiring, are trained on the company's policies, standards, culture, and business practices.
- Indium Corporation engages in training all employees on our policies, standards, culture, and business practices.
- All employees receive training.
Published: 23 June 2015
From One Engineer to Another®
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