California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Statement
48forty Solutions, LLC, Relogistics Services, LLC, and their affiliates (collectively, “Company”) is committed to consistently operating in a responsible manner, which includes treating everyone equally and with dignity. In keeping with this commitment, the Company maintains a zero-tolerance approach to violations of human rights, inclusive of any form of harassment, intimidation, or retaliation, as well as acts of human trafficking and other forms of forced or coerced labor and recruitment practices. We will not support or work with any business that is knowingly involved in any form of human trafficking or modern slavery and will take steps to maintain transparency within our business and supply chain, including compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 20101 (“CTSCA”).
- Company expects that all suppliers comply with applicable laws concerning age requirements, child labor, working conditions, hours worked and wages earned, and that suppliers provide their workforce with a safe and clean work environment.
- Suppliers are expected to maintain all relevant documents and practices to exhibit compliance with all applicable labor laws, including, but not limited to, the CTSCA. Company maintains the right to take certain audit actions such as documentation reviews to ensure that its suppliers are in compliance with applicable labor laws.
- Company reserves the right to, from time to time, survey suppliers requesting a statement detailing the Supplier’s stance and practices to prevent human trafficking and slave labor.
- Suppliers are expected to certify that the materials incorporated into our materials and products comply with the applicable laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the country or countries in which they are doing business, including the CTSCA.
- Company maintains measures to ensure suppliers maintain compliance with all applicable labor laws.
- Company expectations, including its Core Value and Code of Conduct, are shared with direct employees and contractors alike through our Employee Handbook. All of our workforce members are required to acknowledge receipt of the Employee Handbook and to adhere to the expectations outlined therein.
1 California Civil Code §1714.43, referred to as the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010.