Lucki Deals is committed to conducting business in a legal, ethical, and responsible manner. We are opposed to human trafficking, forced labor, child labor, harassment and abuse, and other violations of human rights at any level, and we are committed to ensuring that the manufacturers and suppliers we work with meet our standards.
As of January 1, 2012, California’s Civil Code section 1714.43 (California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010) requires manufacturers and retailers to provide website information concerning their efforts to address the issues of forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking within the supply chain. Below are our required disclosures under this act:
- We require our suppliers to agree in writing prior to business relationships, and adhere to, certain commitments and obligations regarding working conditions, including the prohibition, among other things, of the use of involuntary or forced labor, human trafficking, child labor, human rights violations, animal testing, and harassment and abuse.
- We do not at this time engage in audits of our suppliers specifically regarding violations of human trafficking and slavery. However, if we suspect a supplier is in violation of our policies, we will conduct an inquiry. If a potential violation is identified, we will promptly address the issue with the supplier and set expectations for how the situation is to be addressed. If a non-compliance issue is not resolved in a timely manner, then we will re-evaluate our business relationship with that supplier, up to and including termination of the business relationship.
- As noted above, our supplier policies require our suppliers to comply with local laws, prohibit slavery and human trafficking, and require that our supplier commit to basic principles of human rights. However, at this time we do not require our suppliers to specifically certify that their sub-suppliers of materials incorporated into our products comply with the laws regarding human trafficking and slavery of the country or countries in which those sub-suppliers are doing business.
- We maintain internal accountability standards and procedures for contractors and suppliers failing to meet company standards regarding human trafficking and slavery.
- We currently have training to educate, learn and understand and manage related issues to preventing forced labor, child labor, human trafficking and slavery. We work directly with suppliers who comply by our standards.