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CA Supply Chain Act


Effective January 1, 2012, businesses engaged in the manufacture or sale of products in California are mandated to disclose their initiatives addressing forced labor and human trafficking, as per the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657). This legislation aims to enhance the transparency of company efforts in eradicating forced labor and human trafficking, empowering consumers to make more informed decisions about the products they choose and the companies they wish to support.

At Worldwide Suppliers. ("Supreme Trimmer"), we uphold a steadfast commitment to a zero-tolerance policy against forced labor and child labor, demonstrating our dedication to upholding human rights within our supply chain.

Our collaborations with vendors are rooted in lawful, efficient, and equitable practices. We demand that our vendors comply with laws ensuring fair treatment of workers and the provision of a safe and healthy work environment. To enforce these standards, we mandate vendors to confirm their adherence through written agreements, maintained in our records.

Furthermore, we retain the authority to conduct third-party audits on our vendors and their affiliated factories to verify compliance with local laws. Any vendor found in violation of our requirements may face termination of our business relationship. Our pledge is to foster a supply chain that aligns with our values and upholds the highest ethical standards.