Compliance to California Transparency Act
In 2012, Monster Cable will require suppliers to certify that materials incorporated into the product comply with local laws on trafficking and forced labor. Letters of Compliance will be sent out to all of our suppliers. Monster Cable's goal for 2012 is to conduct audits of its suppliers to evaluate their compliance with company standards for trafficking and forced labor in its supply chains.
In 2012 Monster Cable will provide training on trafficking and forced labor issues to employees with direct responsibility for supply chain management. At the current time, Monster cable is not using a third party audit processes for verification of its supply chains to evaluate and address the risk of trafficking and forced labor.
Monster Cable Human Rights Statement
Monster Cable is committed to promoting the human rights values embedded in our Commitment & Values and Codes of Conduct. We strive to create an environment of respect, integrity and fairness for our employees and customers wherever we do business, and we expect that our business partners will operate the same way. We respect the broad principles in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, many of which can be applied to how global businesses can build good relationships around the world and work successfully among different customs and cultures.
Our commitment to promote human rights values is consistent with our commitment to respect employees, value customers, strengthen communities, protect the environment and engage with stakeholders to make the right decisions for the future of our business. Monster Cable will not conduct business with ANY suppliers that are known to allow slavery or human trafficking in their factories or in the sub-supplier factories.