California Transparency in Supply Chains
On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) went into effect, requiring retailers and manufactures above a certain size doing business in California to disclose the company's activities to evaluate and address risks of possible human trafficking and slavery in their supply chain. The disclosure is aimed at providing information to consumers, allowing them to make better, more informed choices about the products they buy and the companies they support.
Caviani's objective is to conduct its activities in a manner that reflects its intent to operate as a good corporate citizen, dealing fairly in business, treating fellow human beings with dignity and respect, supporting a safe and healthy workplace, doing business in an environmentally responsible manner, and complying with applicable laws. Caviani is opposed to slavery and human trafficking and expects its suppliers to conduct themselves in a similar manner; to adhere to the highest ethical standards and comply with local laws and regulations applicable to their business, including laws relating to human trafficking and slavery.