California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657)
MWS Wire Industries (MWS) demands its suppliers comply with applicable laws, which include applicable laws prohibiting the use of child, involuntary, or slave labor. MWS does not formally verify or use a third party to audit its suppliers. However if MWS determines that a supplier has failed to lawfully meet these basic expectations, MWS may take action with respect to that supplier. MWS does not require independent certifications of compliance, but reserves the right to inquire into the supply chain disclosures of key suppliers.
MWS operates in an industry with a low risk of child, involuntary, or slave labor in the supply chain. Consequently, MWS does not conduct training for staff and management on identifying potential risks related to the supply chain. Management requires personnel to comply with all applicable laws, but does not maintain internal accountability standards or procedures regarding slavery and trafficking.
MWS Vendor Policy against Human Trafficking and Slavery
MWS is opposed to human trafficking, child labor, and slavery and expects its suppliers to conduct business legally and ethically.
MWS Employee Policy against Human Trafficking and Slavery
MWS expects employees to comply with all applicable laws. Employees must not engage in any practice that constitutes trafficking in persons or slavery. This would include but is not limited to: engaging in any form of human trafficking, using forced labor in the performance of work, impeding access by an individual to the individual’s identity or immigration documents, or charging an applicant recruitment fees.