California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, enacted on January 1, 2012, requires

manufacturers and retailers to publicize information regarding their efforts to address the issues of

slavery and human trafficking. The availability of this information would allow consumers to make more

informed choices regarding the products they buy and the companies they choose to support.

Standard Furniture Manufacturing, Co., Inc., (SFMCo.) is dedicated to conducting business in compliance

with laws, regulations and widely accepted ethics of fairness and human decency, both nationally and

internationally. We seek to use suppliers who share our commitment, having no involvement with

slavery or forced labor, human trafficking, or violation of child labor standards.


Verification of Risks: SFMCo. evaluates vendors on many business related criteria, as well as to their

compliance with matters of law and human ethics. We consult country specific research guides,

government regulations, as well as seeking industry guidance to assess our suppliers.


Supplier Expectations: SFMCo. suppliers are now required to acknowledge and agree in writing to

adhere to our code of ethics as stated in our Supplier Expectations Acknowledgement. Signing this

agreement also requires that our supplier expects the same compliance from their suppliers.


Supplier Audits: Compliance with our Supplier Expectations Acknowledgement is reinforced through

onsite announced and unannounced visits to the majority of our supplier factories, during which SFMCo.

employees and associates inspect facilities and observe conditions, workers and practices.


Accountability: SFMCo. maintains accountability standards and procedures for employees and suppliers.

If we determine that our employees or suppliers are engaged with issues of slavery and human

trafficking, employees will be terminated, and our supplier relationships can be severed as we are bound

by no contractual agreements.


Employee Training: Training of SFMCo. employees responsible for supply chain management is ongoing,

and seeks to educate them in recognizing and reporting non‐compliance violations of our Supplier

Expectations Acknowledgement.

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