SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT\r\n


\r\nIDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. (IDEAL) is committed to conducting business in an ethical and honest manner, and in a way that promotes corporate social and environmental responsibility. This includes responsible supplier selection by conducting business with suppliers who share IDEAL’s commitment to integrity. We understand that the business practices and actions of a supplier may impact or reflect upon IDEAL. Therefore, IDEAL requires its suppliers (Suppliers), their employees, agents and sub-suppliers to operate in accordance with the principles and ethical standards contained in the Supplier Code of Conduct (“Supplier Code” or “Code”).
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The Supplier Code sets forth detailed standards and expectations for each Supplier concerning labor and human rights, health and safety, environmental protection, business ethics, and management practices.
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IDEAL Suppliers shall conduct their business activities in full compliance with the applicable laws and regulations of the United States, all countries in which Suppliers are operating, and any other applicable laws. Suppliers shall ensure that products, services and shipments adhere to all applicable international trade compliance laws, rules and regulations.
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Suppliers are to provide safe working conditions, treat workers with respect and dignity, act fairly and ethically, and use environmentally responsible practices wherever possible in the course of making or providing products or performing services for IDEAL. Supplier compliance with this Supplier Code will be assessed, and any violations of this Code may jeopardize the Supplier’s business relationship with IDEAL. Potential consequences for violation include termination.
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LABOR AND HUMAN RIGHTS

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\r\nAll workers deserve a fair and ethical workplace. Workers must be treated with the utmost dignity and respect, and Suppliers shall uphold the highest standards of human rights. Accordingly, all Suppliers and other participants in IDEAL’s supply chain are expected to adhere to the following labor standards:
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a)  Child Labor Avoidance

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Suppliers shall not use child labor. The term “child” refers to any person employed under the age of 15, or under the applicable minimum age for completion of compulsory education, or under the minimum age for employment in any particular country, whichever is greatest. The use of legitimate workplace apprenticeship programs, which comply with all laws and regulations, is supported. Workers under the age of 18 shall not perform work that is likely to jeopardize the health, safety or morals of young workers. Suppliers shall not require juvenile workers to work overtime or perform night work. Suppliers shall also comply with all other applicable laws and regulations regarding the employment of minors.
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b)  Voluntary Labor

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Suppliers shall only use voluntary labor and shall not engage in any form of human trafficking or use any type of forced labor including slave, bonded, indentured, involuntary or prison labor. Involuntary labor includes the transportation, harboring, recruitment, transfer, receipt, or employment of persons by means of threat, force, coercion, abduction, fraud, or payments to any person having control over another person for the purpose of exploitation. All work must be voluntary and workers shall be free to leave work at any time or terminate their employment. Suppliers shall not require workers to surrender any government-issued identification, passports or other travel documentation or work permits as a condition of employment or for any other reason. Excessive fees are unacceptable and all fees charged to workers must be disclosed. Suppliers shall ensure that workers’ contracts clearly convey the conditions of employment in a language understood by the workers. Supplier shall not impose unreasonable restrictions on movement within the workplace or upon entering or exiting company-provided facilities. Suppliers shall ensure that any third-party recruitment agencies used comply with the provisions of this Code and applicable laws.
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c) Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining

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As legally permitted, Suppliers shall respect rights of workers to associate freely with others, form, and join or not join labor unions or organizations of their choice, and bargain collectively, without interference, discrimination, retaliation, or harassment and shall comply with all applicable local and national laws pertaining to freedom of association and collective bargaining. In the absence of formal representation, Suppliers shall ensure that workers have a mechanism in place that facilitates open communication between management and workers and allows workers report grievances with management regarding working conditions and management practices without fear of reprisal, intimidation or harassment.
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d) Discrimination

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Suppliers must be committed to a workforce free of harassment and unlawful discrimination. Suppliers shall employ workers on the basis of their ability to do the job and shall not engage in discrimination against any worker on the basis of race, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, age, gender, maternity, national origin, disability, religion, ethnicity, marital status, political affiliation, or union membership, in hiring and other employment practices such as promotions, rewards and access to training. Suppliers shall not require pregnancy or medical tests, except where required by applicable laws or regulations or prudent for workplace safety, and shall not improperly discriminate based on test results.
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e) Wages and Benefits

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Workers should have the ability to earn fair wages, as determined by applicable local law. Suppliers must comply with all applicable wage and hour laws and regulations, including those relating to minimum wage, overtime, and other elements of compensation, and must provide all legally mandated benefits. Workers shall be paid at least the minimum legal wage or a wage that meets local industry standards, whichever is greater. Supplier shall compensate workers for overtime hours at the legal premium rate. Suppliers shall communicate pay structure and pay periods to all workers. Suppliers shall pay accurate wages in a timely manner, and wage deductions shall not be used as a disciplinary measure. Suppliers are fully responsible for the quality, performance, behavior, supervision and protection of their personnel.
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f)  Working Hours

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Suppliers must maintain work hours in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Further, a workweek shall be restricted to a maximum of 60 hours, including overtime, except in emergencies or unusual situations, and workers shall take at least one day off every seven days. Suppliers shall follow all applicable laws and regulations with respect to working hours and days of rest, and all overtime must be voluntary.
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g)  Humane Treatment

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Suppliers shall treat each worker with dignity and respect. Suppliers shall commit to a workplace free of harassment and abuse, and will not engage in, or threaten workers with, harsh or inhumane treatment, including sexual harassment, psychological harassment, sexual abuse, corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse.
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Suppliers shall provide workers with reasonably accessible and clean toilet facilities and potable water. Supplier-provided dining, food preparation, and storage facilities shall be sanitary. Worker dormitories provided by Suppliers or labor agent shall be clean and safe and provide reasonable living space with adequate heat and ventilation along with reasonable entry and exit privileges.
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HEALTH AND SAFETY
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a)  Safe work environment

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Suppliers must be committed to the safety and health of their employees and shall provide and maintain a safe work environment by minimizing physical and chemical hazards through proper design, engineering and administrative controls, preventative maintenance, safe work procedures (including lockout/tag out) and ongoing safety training. Suppliers are responsible for assuring that all workers are qualified to perform their work functions safely. Suppliers shall provide workers with appropriate workplace health and safety training in their primary language and health and safety related information shall be clearly posted in the facility.
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b)  Incident reporting

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Suppliers must have procedures and systems in place that allow workers to report health and safety incidents and near-misses, as well as a system to investigate, classify, track, and manage such reports. Such procedures and systems must implement all applicable laws and regulations, and include provisions to encourage worker reporting and implement corrective actions. Supplier corrective action plans should mitigate risks, provide necessary medical treatment, and facilitate workers’ return to work.
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c)  Hazards of physically demanding tasks

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Suppliers shall identify, evaluate, and control worker exposure to the hazard of physically demanding tasks, including manual material handling, heavy or repetitive lifting, prolonged standing, and highly repetitive or forceful assembly tasks. Suppliers shall integrate this process into the qualification of all new or modified production lines, equipment, tools, and workstations.
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Suppliers shall also evaluate production and other machinery for safety hazards and shall properly maintain physical guards, interlocks, and barriers where machinery presents an injury hazard to workers.
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d)  Personal Protective Equipment

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Workers shall have the right to refuse unsafe work and to report unhealthy working conditions. Workers shall not be disciplined for raising safety concerns. Suppliers shall provide workers with appropriate, well maintained personal protective equipment and instruction on its proper use.
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e)  Emergency Preparedness

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Suppliers must have procedures in place for handling emergencies such as fire, spills, and natural disasters. For each potential emergency situation or event, Suppliers shall develop and implement legally compliant emergency plans and response procedures that minimize harm to life, environment, and property, and shall include: (i) emergency preparedness, reporting and notification; (ii) evacuation procedures; (iii) training and drills; (iv) appropriate hazard detection and suppression equipment; and (v) adequate exit facilities from job sites.
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ENVIRONMENT

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\r\nSuppliers shall develop, implement, and maintain environmentally responsible business practices, such as seeking ways to conserve natural resources and energy, reduce waste and the use of hazardous substances, and minimize adverse impacts on the environment.
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a)  Compliance with Environmental Laws

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Suppliers must comply with all applicable environmental laws and requirements, including those relating to obtaining, maintaining and adhering to environmental permits and approvals for the conduct of regulated activities; the management and disposal of hazardous materials; releases of contaminants to the air, soil and water; the protection of natural resources, wildlife and wetlands; the prohibition or restriction of specific substances; and the recycling of materials and environmental claims.
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b)  EnvironmentalPermits

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Suppliers shall obtain, keep current, and comply with all required environmental permits, and shall comply with the reporting requirements of applicable permits and regulations.
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c)  Hazardous Materials

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Suppliers shall implement a systematic approach to identify, manage, reduce, and responsibly dispose of or recycle hazardous substances and other materials posing a hazard if released into the environment to ensure their safe handling, movement, storage,use, recycling or reuse and disposal. Further, Suppliers shall comply with regulated substance specifications and any applicable laws and regulations prohibiting or restricting the use or handling of specific substances.
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d)  Pollution Prevention and Resource Reduction

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Suppliers must strive to reduce or eliminate waste of all types, including water and energy, at the source or by practices such as modifying production, maintenance and facility processes, materials substitution, conservation, recycling and re-using materials. Suppliers shall reduce the consumption of energy, water, and natural resources by implementing conservation and substitution measures. Supplier shall minimize hazardous substances consumption by implementing reduction and substitution measures.
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e)  Air Emissions Management

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Suppliers shall identify, monitor, manage, reduce, and responsibly control air emissions emanating from its operations that pose a hazard to the environment, such as volatile organic chemicals, aerosols, corrosives, particulates, ozone depleting chemicals and combustion by-products, and shall treat as required prior to discharge.
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f)  Product Content Restrictions

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Suppliers are to adhere to all applicable laws and regulations and customer requirements regarding prohibition or restriction of specific substances including labeling for recycling and disposal.
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g)  Stormwater Management

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Suppliers shall implement a systematic approach to prevent contamination of storm water runoff. Suppliers shall prevent illegal discharges and spills from entering storm drains.
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h)  Boundary Noise

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Suppliers shall identify, control, monitor, and reduce noise generated by the facility that affects boundary noise levels.
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i)  Environmental Consideration in Business Decision-making

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Suppliers are to work with their own sub-suppliers to assess and address environmental and sustainability issues within their supply chains.
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ETHICS AND STANDARD OF CONDUCT

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\r\nSuppliers are expected to conduct business with integrity, mutual respect, and to uphold the highest standards of ethics and behavior in every aspect of their businesses, including relationships, practices, sourcing, and operations.
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a) Business Integrity

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Suppliers shall not engage in, and have a zero tolerance policy regarding corruption, misrepresentation, extortion, embezzlement, kickbacks, bribery and any other type of corrupt actions to obtain or retain business or to obtain an unfair or improper advantage. Suppliers shall abide by the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the UK Bribery Act, and all applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations of the countries in which they operate,. Suppliers shall implement monitoring and enforcement procedures to ensure compliance with anti-corruption laws. Suppliers must immediately report to IDEAL any circumstance where an officer, director, employee, representative or agent of IDEAL or any of its subsidiaries has made any improper request or demand of the Supplier that could violate any law. All business dealings, structure, financial situation, and performance should be transparently performed and accurately reflected on Suppliers’ business books and records in accordance with applicable laws and regulations as well as prevailing industry business practices.
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b) Gifts

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Occasional small gifts or modest business entertainment provided by Suppliers or IDEAL must not be given with the intent to affect an employee’s business judgment and must not give the appearance that judgment may be affected. When doing business with or conducting business on behalf of IDEAL, Suppliers may, for legitimate business purposes: (i) offer modest gifts or entertainment to suppliers, customers or other business associates; or (ii) accept modest gifts or entertainment offered by suppliers, customers or other business associates; provided, however, that in each instance the gift or entertainment is unsolicited, is not and could not reasonably appear to be a bribe, kickback or other illegal or illicit payment, is not given in exchange for any consideration, and does not create the appearance, or an actual or implied obligation, that the gift giver is entitled to preferential treatment, an award of business, better prices or improved terms of sale.
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c) Intellectual Property

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Suppliers shall respect intellectual property rights and safeguard customer information. Transfer of technology and know-how is to be done in a manner that protects intellectual property rights and in accordance with the most stringent information protection requirements under applicable agreements. Suppliers shall implement processes as well as procedures and exercise due diligence to detect and avoid counterfeit parts and avoid others’ intellectual property rights.
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d)  Exports, Imports and Trade Control

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Suppliers shall comply with all trade control, export control, import and related laws and regulations, and shall incorporate international Supply Chain Security (SCS) measures into their business processes as described by the World Trade Organization’s SAFE framework or similar SCS guidelines (e.g., Business Anti-Smuggling Coalition (BASC) Security Program; Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT); Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), and Partners in Protections. To the extent that Suppliers transport goods for IDEAL into the United States, Suppliers shall comply with the C- TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism) security procedures on the U.S. Customs website at www.cbp.gov (or other website established for such purpose by the U.S. government).
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e)  Responsible Sourcing of Minerals

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Suppliers shall exercise due diligence, in accordance with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas, on its entire supply chain with respect to the source and chain of custody of all “conflict minerals” (minerals which are smelted into tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold) contained in products they supply or manufacture, to determine whether those metals are from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (“DRC”) or any adjoining country as defined in, and according to, Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act; and, if so, to determine whether those metals directly or indirectly financed or benefited armed groups that are perpetrators of serious human rights abuses in the DRC, Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia or the Republic of the Congo.
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Suppliers shall make their due diligence measures available to IDEAL upon request to enable IDEAL to comply with its obligations and policy goals. Suppliers commit to being or becoming “conflict-free” so that any such metals are sourced only from conflict- free smelters. Suppliers are to communicate their own policies and expectations to their sub-suppliers, reflecting their commitment to responsible sourcing of minerals. Further, Suppliers should establish appropriate objectives and targets, regularly measure and assess sub-supplier performance, and practice continual improvement in pursuit of “conflict free” supply chains.
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f)  Disclosure of Information

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Suppliers shall accurately record information regarding their business activities, labor, health and safety, and environmental practices and shall disclose such information, without falsification or misrepresentation, to all appropriate parties. Falsification of records or misrepresentations of conditions or practices in the supply chain are prohibited.
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g)  Protection of Identity

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Suppliers shall provide an anonymous complaint mechanism for managers and workers to report workplace grievances. Suppliers shall protect whistleblower confidentiality and prohibit retaliation.
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h)  Fair Business, Advertising and Competition

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Suppliers shall conduct their business in full compliance with antitrust and fair competition laws that govern the jurisdictions in which they conduct business. Further, suppliers shall uphold standards of fair business, advertising and competition.
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i) Privacy

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Suppliers shall commit to protecting the reasonable privacy expectations of personal information of everyone Suppliers do business with, including other suppliers, customers, consumers and employees. Suppliers shall comply with privacy and information security laws and regulatory requirements when personal information is collected, stored, processed, transmitted, or shared.
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MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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\r\nSuppliers shall establish and maintain a management system that ensures compliance with this Supplier Code and applicable laws, identifies and mitigates related operational risks, and facilitates continuous improvement and prompt corrective action. The management system must be designed to ensure ongoing compliance with applicable laws, regulations, requirements related to Supplier operations and products; as well as conformance with this Supplier Code of Conduct evidenced by documentation and records. Suppliers must ensure that this Code is appropriately communicated to all of its officers, directors, employees, representatives, agents and sub-suppliers.
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Suppliers should have a process for communicating clear and accurate information about their sub-suppliers’ performance, practices, and expectations to their workers, other suppliers, and customers, including IDEAL. The compliance management process should clearly identify company representative(s) responsible for ensuring implementation of the management system and include: (1) appropriate training programs for Supplier personnel: (2) a process to identify the environmental, health and safety, labor practice and ethics risks associated with Supplier’s operations: (3) written performance objectives, targets and implementation plans to improve the Supplier’s social and environmental performance including a periodic assessment of performance in achieving those objectives; and (4) training and communication programs to facilitate proper implementation of policies and procedures and to fulfill Supplier’s continuous improvement objectives. Suppliers shall have a process for communicating clear and accurate information about their performance, practices, policies, and expectations to their workers, sub- suppliers, and customers. Suppliers shall have an ongoing process to obtain feedback on their practices related to this Code and to foster continuous improvement.
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a) Audits and Assessments

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Suppliers must complete annual self-evaluations of their facilities and operations, and the facilities and operations of their sub-suppliers to ensure compliance with this Code and legal and regulatory requirements. Suppliers are required to respond and certify their compliance with the Code and all applicable laws. IDEAL reserves the right to investigate instances of non-compliance with this Supplier Code or laws on human trafficking and slavery, which may include a supplier site audit.
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b) Documentation and Records

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Suppliers shall have processes to identify, understand, and implement applicable laws and regulations and requirements of this Code. Suppliers shall maintain documents and records to ensure regulatory compliance.
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c) Corrective Action Process

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Suppliers shall have a process for timely correction of any deficiencies or violations identified by an audit, assessment, inspection, investigation, or review.
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d) Reporting Violations

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Suppliers shall promptly report questionable behavior, concerns, or potential or actual violations of this Supplier Code upon learning of same, and implement a corrective action plan to cure the non-compliance within a specified time period. Suppliers should contact the IDEAL Legal Dept. at legal@idealindustries.com or by mail/courier at IDEAL INDUSTRIES INC., Attn: Legal Department, 1375 Park Ave., Sycamore, IL 60178. IDEAL will not tolerate any retribution or retaliation taken against any individual who has, in good faith, sought out advice or has reported questionable behavior or suspected violations of this Supplier Code.
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Suppliers are to promptly respond to requests for information from IDEAL, or an authorized third party working on IDEAL’s behalf, regarding matters covered by this Supplier Code. Violations of this Supplier Code will require the prompt establishment of corrective action plans or training. Failure to meet the corrective action plan may affect Supplier’s standing with IDEAL, may lead to disqualification from future opportunities with IDEAL and may result in the termination of the IDEAL’s business relationship with Supplier. IDEAL reserves the right to hold Suppliers responsible for reasonable costs of investigating non-compliance and appropriate remediation resulting from a Supplier’s non-compliance.
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This Supplier Code of Conduct is intended to facilitate improved communications by informing current and potential Suppliers of IDEAL’S standards, and ethical expectations of our Suppliers. Suppliers with questions regarding this Code should contact IDEAL’s Legal Department at legal@idealindustries.com.

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供应商行为准则


bob电竞官方下载理想的Industries,Inc。(理想)以道德和诚实的方式致力于开展业务,并以促进企业社会和环境责任的方式。这包括与分享理想的诚信承诺的供应商开展业务,包括负责任的供应商选择。我们了解,供应商的商业实践和行动可能会影响或反思理想。因此,理想的是其供应商(供应商),员工,代理商和子供应商根据供应商行为代码(“供应商代码”或“代码”)所载的原则和道德标准进行操作。

《供应商守则》就劳工和人权、健康和安全、环境保护、商业道德和管理实践为每个供应商规定了详细的标准和期望。

理想供应商应完全遵守美国、供应商所在国家的适用法律和法规以及任何其他适用法律开展业务活动。供应商应确保产品、服务和装运符合所有适用的国际贸易合规法律、规则和条例。

供应商应提供安全的工作条件,尊重和有尊严地对待工人,公平和有道德地行事,并尽可能在制造或提供理想产品或提供服务的过程中采用对环境负责的做法。将评估供应商遵守本供应商准则的情况,任何违反本准则的行为都可能危及供应商与IDEAL的业务关系。违约的潜在后果包括终止合同。

劳动与人权


所有工人都应该有一个公平和有道德的工作场所。必须以最高的尊严和尊重对待工人,供应商应维护最高的人权标准。因此,所有供应商和理想公司供应链的其他参与者应遵守以下劳工标准:

a) 避免童工

供应商不得使用童工。“儿童”一词是指在任何特定国家就业的15岁以下的人,或在适用的完成义务教育的最低年龄以下的人,或在最低就业年龄以下的人,以最大者为准。支持使用符合所有法律法规的合法工作场所学徒计划。18岁以下的工人不得从事可能危害青年工人健康、安全或道德的工作。供应商不得要求未成年工加班或夜班。供应商还应遵守有关雇用未成年人的所有其他适用法律法规。

b) 义务劳动

供应商只能使用自愿劳动力,不得以任何形式的人口贩运或使用任何类型的强迫劳动,包括奴隶,债券,契约,非自愿或监狱劳动。非自愿劳动力包括通过威胁,胁迫,强制,绑架,欺诈或向任何人用于剥削目的控制另一个人的人的威胁,力量,强制,绑架,欺诈或支付来运输,居民招聘,转移,收据或就业。所有工作必须是自愿的,工人应随时免费留下工作或终止他们的就业。供应商不需要工人投降任何政府发布的识别,护照或其他旅行文件或工作许可证作为就业条件或任何其他原因。过度费用是不可接受的,必须披露向工人收取的所有费用。供应商应确保工人的合同明确传达工人所理解的语言的就业条件。供应商不得对工作场所内的运动或进入或退出公司提供的设施来施加不合理的限制。供应商应确保任何用于遵守本准则和适用法律的第三方招聘机构。

c) 结社自由和集体谈判

在法律允许的情况下,供应商应尊重工人与他人自由交往、组建、加入或不加入其选择的工会或组织的权利,并在不受干涉、歧视、报复的情况下集体谈判,并应遵守与结社自由和集体谈判有关的所有适用的地方和国家法律。在没有正式代表的情况下,供应商应确保工人有一个机制,促进管理层和工人之间的公开沟通,并允许工人向管理层报告有关工作条件和管理做法的不满,而不必担心报复、恐吓或骚扰。

d) 歧视

供应商必须致力于使员工免受骚扰和非法歧视。供应商应根据其工作能力雇佣工人,不得基于种族、性取向、性别认同、肤色、年龄、性别、生育、国籍、残疾、宗教、种族、婚姻状况、政治派别或工会成员身份对任何工人进行歧视,在招聘和其他就业实践中,如晋升、奖励和接受培训。供应商不得要求进行妊娠或医疗检查,除非适用法律法规要求或出于工作安全考虑,并且不得基于检查结果进行不当歧视。

e) 工资和福利

根据适用的当地法律,工人应该有能力获得公平的工资。供应商必须遵守所有适用的工资和工时法律法规,包括与最低工资、加班和其他补偿要素有关的法律法规,并且必须提供所有法定福利。工人应至少获得法定最低工资或符合当地行业标准的工资,以较高者为准。供应商应按照法定保险费率补偿工人加班时间。供应商应向所有工人传达薪酬结构和薪酬期限。供应商应及时准确支付工资,不得以扣减工资作为惩戒措施。供应商对其人员的质量、性能、行为、监督和保护负全部责任。

f) 工作时间

供应商必须按照所有适用的法律法规保持工作时间。此外,每周工作时间不得超过60小时,包括加班,紧急情况或异常情况除外,工人每七天至少休息一天。供应商应遵守有关工作时间和休息日的所有适用法律法规,所有加班必须是自愿的。

g) 人道待遇

供应商应以尊严和尊重对待每位工人。供应商应保证工作场所不受骚扰和虐待,不得从事或威胁工人受到严厉或不人道的待遇,包括性骚扰、心理骚扰、性虐待、体罚、精神或身体胁迫或言语虐待。

供应商应为工人提供可合理使用且干净的厕所设施和饮用水。供应商提供的餐饮、食品制备和储存设施应保持卫生。供应商或劳务代理提供的工人宿舍应干净、安全,提供合理的生活空间,有足够的热量和通风,并有合理的出入特权。

健康与安全

a) 安全工作环境

供应商必须致力于其员工的安全和健康,并应通过适当的设计、工程和管理控制、预防性维护、安全工作程序(包括上锁/挂牌)和持续的安全培训,通过最大限度地减少物理和化学危害,提供和维护安全的工作环境。供应商有责任确保所有工人有资格安全履行其工作职责。供应商应以工人的主要语言为其提供适当的工作场所健康和安全培训,并在设施中清楚地张贴健康和安全相关信息。

b) 事故报告

供应商必须有程序和系统,允许工人报告健康和安全事件以及近乎未命中,以及调查,分类,跟踪和管理此类报告的系统。此类程序和系统必须实施所有适用的法律法规,并包括鼓励工人报告和实施纠正措施的规定。供应商纠正措施计划应减轻风险,提供必要的医疗,并促进工人重返工作岗位。

c) 体力劳动的危害

供应商应识别、评估和控制工人暴露于体力劳动的危险,包括手动材料搬运、重型或重复性起重、长时间站立和高度重复性或强制性装配任务。供应商应将此过程整合到所有新的或改进的生产线、设备、工具和工作站的鉴定中。

供应商还应评估生产和其他机械的安全危害,并应当适当地维持机械对工人造成伤害危害的身体护卫,互锁和障碍。

d) 个人防护装备

工人有权拒绝不安全的工作,有权报告不健康的工作条件。工人不得因提出安全问题而受到纪律处分。供应商应向工人提供适当的、维护良好的个人防护设备,并指导其正确使用。

e)应急准备

供应商必须制定处理火灾、泄漏和自然灾害等紧急情况的程序。对于每个潜在的紧急情况或事件,供应商应制定并实施符合法律规定的应急计划和响应程序,以尽量减少对生命、环境和财产的损害,并应包括:(i)应急准备、报告和通知(ii)疏散程序(iii)培训和演习(iv)适当的危险检测和抑制设备;以及(v)足够的撤离设施。

环境


供应商应制定、实施和保持对环境负责的商业惯例,如寻求节约自然资源和能源、减少废物和有害物质的使用以及尽量减少对环境的不利影响的方法。

a) 遵守环境法

供应商必须遵守所有适用的环境法律和要求,包括与获得、维持和遵守环境许可证和批准以进行受监管活动有关的法律和要求;危险品的管理和处置;向空气、土壤和水中释放污染物;保护自然资源、野生动物和湿地;对特定物质的禁止或限制;以及材料回收和环境索赔。

b) 环境许可证

供应商应获得、保持最新状态并遵守所有要求的环境许可证,并应遵守适用许可证和法规的报告要求。

c) 有害物质

供应商应采用系统的方法来识别、管理、减少和负责任地处置或回收有害物质和其他释放到环境中会造成危害的材料,以确保其安全处理、移动、储存、使用、回收或再利用和处置。此外,供应商应遵守受管制物质规范以及任何禁止或限制使用或处理特定物质的适用法律法规。

d) 污染防治与资源削减

供应商必须努力减少或消除所有类型的废物,包括水和能源,从源头上或通过改变生产、维护和设施流程、材料替代、养护、回收和再利用材料等做法。供应商应通过实施节约和替代措施来减少能源、水和自然资源的消耗。供应商应通过实施减少和替代措施尽量减少有害物质的消耗。

e)空气排放管理

供应商应识别、监测、管理、减少和负责任地控制其作业产生的对环境构成危害的空气排放物,如挥发性有机化学品、气溶胶、腐蚀性物质、微粒、消耗臭氧层的化学品和燃烧副产品,并应在排放前按要求进行处理。

f) 产品内容限制

供应商应遵守有关禁止或限制特定物质的所有适用法律法规和客户要求,包括回收和处置的标签。

g) 雨水管理

供应商应采用系统方法防止雨水径流污染。供应商应防止非法排放物和溢出物进入雨水道。

h) 边界噪声

供应商应识别、控制、监测和减少设施产生的影响边界噪声级的噪声。

i)业务决策中的环境考虑

供应商应与其子供应商合作,评估并解决其供应链中的环境和可持续性问题。

道德和行为标准


供应商应以诚信、相互尊重的态度开展业务,并在业务的各个方面(包括关系、实践、采购和运营)坚持最高的道德和行为标准。

a) 商业诚信

供应商不得参与腐败、虚假陈述、敲诈、贪污、回扣、贿赂和任何其他类型的腐败行为,并对其采取零容忍政策,以获取或保留业务或获得不公平或不正当的利益。供应商应遵守《反海外腐败法》(FCPA)、《英国反贿赂法》以及其经营所在国所有适用的反腐败法律法规,。供应商应实施监督和执行程序,以确保遵守反腐败法。如果理想或其任何子公司的高级职员、董事、雇员、代表或代理人向供应商提出任何可能违反任何法律的不当要求或要求,供应商必须立即向理想汇报。所有商业交易、结构、财务状况和业绩应根据适用的法律法规和现行行业商业惯例透明地进行,并准确反映在供应商的商业账簿和记录上。

b) 礼物

偶尔的小礼物或供应商提供的谦虚商务娱乐,不得影响员工的经营判断,不得给出可能受到影响的外表。当代表理想的业务或开展业务时,供应商可以用于合法的业务目的:(i)为供应商,客户或其他商业伙伴提供适度的礼品或娱乐;或(ii)接受供应商,客户或其他商业伙伴提供的适度礼品或娱乐;但是,在每种情况下,在每种情况下,礼物或娱乐未经请求,并不是且无法合理似乎是贿赂,回扣或其他非法或非法支付,没有换取任何考虑,并没有创造出现的外观或实际或暗示的义务,礼品赠送者有权获得优惠待遇,奖励,更好的价格或改进的销售条款。

c)知识产权

供应商应尊重知识产权和保护客户信息。技术转让和专业知识将以保护知识产权的方式进行,并按照适用协议的最严格的信息保护要求。供应商应实施流程以及程序,并履行尽职调查,以检测和避免伪造的部分并避免其他人的知识产权。

d) 出口、进口和贸易管制

供应商应遵守所有贸易管制、出口管制、进口和相关法律法规,并应将国际供应链安全(SCS)措施纳入世界贸易组织SAFE框架或类似SCS指南(例如。,商业反走私联盟(BASC)安全计划;反恐怖主义海关贸易伙伴关系;授权经济运营商(AEO)和保护合作伙伴。如果供应商将IDEAL的货物运输至美国,供应商应遵守美国海关网站www.cbp.gov(或美国政府为此目的建立的其他网站)上的C-TPAT(反恐怖主义海关贸易伙伴关系)安全程序。

e) 负责任的矿物采购

供应商应根据经合组织《受冲突影响和高风险地区矿产负责任供应链尽职调查指南》,就所有“冲突矿产”(冶炼成锡、钽、钨的矿产,以及黄金),以确定这些金属是否来自刚果民主共和国(“DRC”)或《多德-弗兰克法案》第1502节定义的任何邻国;如果是,则确定这些金属是否直接或间接资助或有利于在刚果民主共和国、安哥拉、布隆迪、中非共和国、卢旺达、南苏丹、坦桑尼亚、乌干达、赞比亚或刚果共和国犯下严重侵犯人权行为的武装团体。

供应商应根据要求向理想提供尽职调查措施,以使理想遵守其义务和政策目标。供应商承诺成为或成为“无冲突”的,因此任何此类金属都只能从无冲突冶炼厂采购。供应商应将自己的政策和期望传达给其次级供应商,反映其对负责任的矿产采购的承诺。此外,供应商应制定适当的目标和指标,定期衡量和评估次级供应商的绩效,并在追求“无冲突”供应链的过程中实施持续改进。

f) 信息披露

供应商应准确记录有关其业务活动、劳动、健康和安全以及环境实践的信息,并应向所有相关方披露此类信息,不得伪造或失实陈述。禁止伪造记录或歪曲供应链中的条件或做法。

g) 身份保护

供应商应为管理人员和工人提供匿名投诉机制,以报告工作场所不满。供应商应保护举报人机密性并禁止报复。

h) 公平商业、广告和竞争

供应商应完全按照管辖其开展业务的司法管辖区的反垄断法和公平竞争法开展业务。此外,供应商应坚持公平商业、广告和竞争的标准。

i) 隐私

供应商应承诺保护与供应商有业务往来的每个人的个人信息的合理隐私期望,包括其他供应商、客户、消费者和员工。在收集、存储、处理、传输或共享个人信息时,供应商应遵守隐私和信息安全法律法规要求。

管理制度


供应商应建立和保持一个管理体系,确保符合本供应商规范和适用法律,识别和减轻相关的运营风险,促进持续改进和及时纠正措施。管理体系的设计必须确保持续遵守与供应商经营和产品有关的适用法律、法规、要求;以及通过文件和记录证明是否符合本供应商行为准则。供应商必须确保将本规范适当传达给其所有高级职员、董事、员工、代表、代理商和次级供应商。

供应商应制定一个流程,向其员工、其他供应商和客户(包括IDEAL)传达有关其次级供应商绩效、实践和期望的清晰准确的信息。合规管理过程应明确确定负责确保管理体系实施的公司代表,并包括:(1)对供应商人员的适当培训计划:(2)确定环境、健康和安全的过程,与供应商运营相关的劳动实践和道德风险:(3)书面绩效目标、指标和实施计划,以改善供应商的社会和环境绩效,包括对实现这些目标的绩效进行定期评估;以及(4)培训和沟通计划,以促进政策和程序的正确实施,并实现供应商的持续改进目标。供应商应有一个向其员工、次级供应商和客户传达有关其绩效、实践、政策和期望的清晰准确信息的流程。供应商应具有一个持续的过程,以获取与本规范相关的实践反馈,并促进持续改进。

a) 审计和评估

供应商必须完成对其设施和运营以及次级供应商设施和运营的年度自我评估,以确保符合本规范和法律法规要求。供应商必须作出回应,并证明其遵守本准则和所有适用法律。理想有权调查不遵守本供应商守则或有关贩卖人口和奴役的法律的情况,包括供应商现场审计。

b) 文件和记录

供应商应具有识别、理解和实施适用法律法规和本规范要求的过程。供应商应保存文件和记录,以确保符合监管要求。

c)纠正措施过程

供应商应具有及时纠正审计、评估、检查、调查或审查发现的任何缺陷或违规行为的流程。

d) 举报违规行为

供应商应在得知可疑行为、问题或潜在或实际违反本供应商规范的行为后,立即报告,并在规定的时间内实施纠正措施计划以纠正不合规行为。供应商应联系理想的法律部门legal@idealindustries.com或者在理想行业公司的邮件/快递员。,Attnbob电竞官方下载:法律部门,1375 Park Ave.,Sycamore,IL 60178.理想不会容忍对诚信,寻求建议或有建议的任何个人的报复或报复报告了该供应商代码的可疑行为或涉嫌违反行为。

供应商应及时回复IDEAL或代表IDEAL工作的授权第三方关于本供应商代码所涵盖事项的信息请求。违反本供应商规范将要求立即制定纠正措施计划或进行培训。未能满足纠正措施计划可能会影响供应商在理想公司中的地位,可能会导致取消理想公司未来机会的资格,并可能导致理想公司与供应商的业务关系终止。理想公司有权要求供应商承担调查不合规行为的合理费用以及因供应商不合规行为而导致的适当补救措施。

本供应商行为准则旨在通过向现有和潜在供应商告知IDEAL的标准以及我们供应商的道德期望,促进改进沟通。供应商如对本准则有任何疑问,请联系IDEAL的法律部门legal@idealindustries.com.

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