The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
(SB 657) now requires major manufacturers
and service providers, including Uyemura, to outline on
their websites the policies and procedures put in place
to prevent slavery and human trafficking from occurring
within their supply chains. SB 657 requires disclosures in 5 areas:
verification, auditing, certification, internal accountability and training.
Uyemura's mission is to conduct business with uncompromising integrity and professionalism. We actively promote, throughout our supply chain, ethical business practices, worker and family-friendly environments, and environmental responsibility, both in the products we manufacture and the processes we employ. Uyemura and its representatives worldwide are knowledgeable about the conditions and practices of supply chain member companies and believe that our Code of Conduct, and that of our supply vendors, reduces the possibility that human trafficking or slavery could occur within our supply chain. Uyemura expects all of its valued suppliers worldwide suppliers to uphold our Code of Conduct regardless of local customs or business practices.
Uyemura reserves the right to audit its suppliers for compliance
with the anti-trafficking/anti-slavery requirement.
Uyemura's terms and conditions require full compliance
with laws against slavery and human trafficking.
Uyemura requires all of its associates and contractors to follow the standards and principals set forth in our Code of Conduct. Team members who fail to comply are subject to disciplinary action; contractors who fail to comply may be terminated from participation in the Uyemura supply chain.
Uyemura provides its managers and employees with responsibility for supply chain management with information regarding the company's requirements as discussed above.