CA Supply Chains Act
California Supply Chains Transparency Act
Effective January 1, 2012, numerous enterprises engaged in the manufacture or sale of goods within the state of California will be obligated to divulge their endeavors aimed at addressing the critical matter of forced labor and human trafficking, in accordance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657). The primary objective of this legislation is to enhance the level of information accessibility from companies concerning their initiatives to eliminate instances of forced labor and human trafficking. This empowerment of consumers with comprehensive insights facilitates more enlightened and discerning decisions regarding their product selections and the entities they opt to patronize.
The sphere of forced labor and human trafficking encompasses a spectrum of manifestations, encompassing child labor as well. Mischa Lottie steadfastly upholds a policy of unwavering intolerance towards both forced labor and child labor. Our commitment is resolute in ensuring that the facets of our supply chain duly reflect our profound reverence for fundamental human rights.
Our interactions with suppliers are grounded in principles of legality, efficiency, and impartiality. We hold our suppliers to a stringent standard of compliance with statutes mandating equitable treatment of workers and provision of secure and salubrious work environments. Through a formalized vendor agreement, we solicit written confirmation from our suppliers and the affiliated factories, attesting to their adherence to these prescribed benchmarks. A meticulous repository of these agreements is meticulously maintained.
Furthermore, we retain the prerogative to instigate third-party audits on our suppliers and their associated manufacturing facilities, a measure designed to corroborate the adherence of each supplier to pertinent local regulations. We expressly retain the authority to sever ties with any vendor found to be non-compliant with our stipulated requisites.