Supply Chain Compliance

Last Updated August 9, 2020

Darley Supply Chain Disclosure
Darley is required by The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (the “California Act”) to disclose efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from direct supply chains. Darley takes seriously all U.S. local, state and federal government and all international efforts to end all kinds of forced labor—including prison labor, indentured servitude, kidnapped and trafficked labor, or outright slave labor, and to Darley’s knowledge, no Darley products are made using supply chains relying on any such forms of labor.

Supply Chain Verification
Darley policy is to evaluate all supply chain partners and factory facilities to assess compliance with Darley standards, including country-related risk for forced labor, human trafficking and slavery. Darley uses internal resources to make such determinations.

Supply Chain Certifications
Darley is in the process of preparing policy notices and obtaining policy acknowledgments from all supply chain partners, to certify their compliance with the California Act.

Standards for Compliance
If a supplier or factory is found to violate the California Act or Darley standards, it will be responsible for improving performance to achieve the required compliance standard. If compliance is not achieved, Darley will review and take action to resolve compliance.

Darley employees and management with direct supply chain management responsibility are provided training on forced labor, including human trafficking and slavery.