California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 requires companies doing business in California to make disclosures regarding their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their supply chain. The following represents our disclosure statement required under the act:
Extron shall require suppliers to sign a statement that they will comply with Extron’s Supplier Code of Conduct. This Code of Conduct forbids the use of child labor, forced labor, involuntary prison labor, indentured servitude, or labor from the victims of human trafficking or slavery.
Extron employs a team of Supplier Quality Engineers that routinely audit our international suppliers for compliance with Extron Quality, Manufacturing, and Supplier policies. This team will audit, at least annually, compliance with the Extron Code of Conduct with unannounced audit visits of our International Suppliers. A record will be kept of these audits in the Extron International Purchasing Department. Audits will not be conducted by a third party.
Extron has, as a part of the Supplier Code of Conduct, consequences for violation of the Code. These include the requiring of a corrective action plan to mitigate violations of the code or the termination of the relationship with the violating supplier.
Extron will provide training to the Extron employees that have direct responsibilities for Supply Chain Management on eliminating the risks of human trafficking and slavery in the Extron Supply Chain of products and components.