California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010:
In an effort to eradicate the possibility of slavery and human trafficking from its direct supply chain, Allstar Products Group (“APG”) has undertaken the following steps:
- APG engages in internal verification of its direct product supply chains to evaluate and address risks of human trafficking and slavery. Verification is conducted periodically and, if any risks are identified, APG takes steps to mitigate those risks.
- APG has updated its Vendor Responsibility Standards to include language prohibiting the use or facilitation of trafficking or slavery by its vendors. APG relies on its sourcing agents to audit and evaluate vendor compliance with APG’s Vendor Responsibility Standards. APG’s sourcing agents have the right to perform these audits and evaluations unannounced. Based on the results of these audits, APG takes necessary corrective actions.
- APG requires its direct vendors to certify that materials incorporated into APG’s products provided by said vendor comply with the Vendor Responsibility Standards and all laws addressing slavery and human trafficking of the country in which the vendor is doing business.
- APG maintains internal accountability standards and procedures for employees or vendors failing to meet company standards regarding slavery and human trafficking.
- APG provides all employees and management, who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, training on human trafficking and slavery. The training addresses, among other topics, how to mitigate risks of slavery and human trafficking within APG’s supply chain.
- APG does not condone and will not tolerate the use or facilitation of slavery or human trafficking in its supply chain. In addition to the above specified steps, APG continues to search for steps it can take to assist in the eradication of the possibility slavery and human trafficking.