CALIFORNIA TRANSPARENCY IN SUPPLY CHAINS ACT DISCLOSURE
This disclosure is made in accordance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (“TCSA” or “SB 567”) that Aiva Products has disclosed what we require of our suppliers in our efforts to eliminate forced labor and human trafficking in the procurement and supply chain. Among other things, our direct suppliers acknowledge and agree to abide by our standards set forth in the Supplier Code of Conduct and contractually agree to give us access to information that would allow us to verify that they are not engaged in trafficking and to extend the Code to all of their extended sources of supply.
Our selection and continued use of our suppliers are based on the following “Supplier Code of Conduct” with respect to all goods and products that company purchases:
A supplier’s failure to comply with our Supplier Code may impact the supplier’s ability to continue to do business with us, depending on the nature and severity of the non-compliance. Any instance of substantial or serious non-compliance with the Supplier Code will be grounds for immediate termination from the supply chain.
Aiva Products maintains an internal scoring system with respect to its periodic audits of suppliers and records. Aiva Products further investigates all reported instances of non-compliance and takes appropriate action to help ensure that company’s Supplier Code of Conduct and applicable laws are observed.
Aiva Products Supplier Code of Conduct clearly state that Aiva Products expects all of its suppliers to take a proactive role to ensure that they comply with the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act of 2010, and we ensure that our vendor promises to be compliant with the Act within our supply chain.