Transparency Law in California Supply Chains
In accordance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, DairiConcepts then addresses the five sections of the Act.
check: DairiConcepts does not conduct periodic risk analysis of its supply chain to assess the risks of human trafficking and slavery.
Audit: DairiConcepts does not perform supplier audits in order to assess suppliers' compliance with the standards regarding trafficking in persons and slavery in supply chains.
Certification: As of July 1, 2015, DairiConcepts instructs its direct suppliers, as part of the DairiConcepts Supplier Code of Conduct, to ensure that the materials used in the products purchased by DairiConcepts comply with the laws in relation to slavery and the traffic of people.
Internal Responsibility: DairiConcepts diligently enforces its implicit internal policies and procedures to ensure that contract employees and employees of DairiConcepts comply with standards related to slavery and human trafficking.
Training: DairiConcepts currently does not carry out periodic training to teach and train employees with direct responsibility in the supply chain management of slavery and human trafficking risks and ways to mitigate those risks specific to the DairiConcepts supply chain.
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