California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
Ronpak, Inc. is committed to conducting business in a manner that is both lawful and ethical. Ronpak, Inc. expects its suppliers to conduct business in the same manner by complying with all federal, state, and local laws. Ronpak, Inc. understands that slavery and human trafficking are illegal and crimes under state, federal and international laws. Ronpak, Inc. has procedures in place in order to ensure that slavery and human trafficking does not occur within its supply chain.
Ronpak, Inc. requires its vendors and suppliers to refrain from the direct or indirect use of forced labor or any forms of human trafficking and to ensure that their supply chains are aware of and address these issues. Additionally, Ronpak, Inc. requires its vendors and suppliers to comply with all laws on slavery and human trafficking to include purchase of materials and labor processes.
Ronpak, Inc. conducts occasional announced and unannounced vendor and supplier audits by trained Ronpak, Inc. employees or qualified third party inspectors. Upon completion of audits, the identified issues and/or violations are discussed and documented with the supplier. The supplier must provide a corrective action process that is verified during the next audit. If a supplier is not in compliance with all international, federal, state or local laws in regards to slavery and human trafficking then Ronpak, Inc. will immediately stop doing business with that supplier and report the actions/findings to the appropriate authorities.
To become an approved supplier, suppliers must provide certification that they are in compliance with all international, federal, state and local laws in regards to slavery and human trafficking and that the materials incorporated into their products comply with laws on slavery and human trafficking. This certification is stored in the Approved Suppliers Log.
Ronpak, Inc. requires all of its employees to comply with our Ethics Policy. Suppliers and contractors are expected to act ethically and comply with our Supplier Requirements as specified in our Approved Supplier Procedure. As with all alleged violations of this or any other Ronpak, Inc. policy, we investigate issues and take the appropriate action up to and including termination of employees and termination of agreements with suppliers and contractors.
Ronpak, Inc. conducts internal annual training on all company policies, practices, and procedures for all employees that are responsible for supply chain functions to ensure that they are educated on slavery and human trafficking issues in an effort to ensure our supply chain remains free of any type of slavery or human trafficking.