California Transparency and Supply Chains Act of 2010
O2COOL is committed to continuing to find ways to become more economically, socially and environmentally responsible and in doing so, become a better global citizen. Included in O2COOL’s commitment to corporate responsibility and its universal adoption of the Business Code of Ethics. O2COOL expects its business partners, including suppliers, to adhere to the same values shared by O2COOL and its employees. O2COOL endeavors to treat all people with trust, respect and dignity and strives to foster a culture of ethical concern.
The California Transparency and Supply Chains Act of 2010 is designed to increase the awareness of laws that prohibit child or forced labor. O2COOL expects its suppliers, as well as its own employees, to fully comply and reserves the right to disqualify or terminate employees or suppliers who do business with O2COOL who fail to conform to the same standards.
O2COOL is not aware that any of its suppliers engage in human trafficking or slavery. Therefore, at this point, O2COOL does not have a system that requires a separate certification, nor does it audit its suppliers for compliance with the laws regarding human trafficking or slavery or provide any separate training relating to these areas of concern.
O2COOL ensures that each of its foreign suppliers is subject to at least one annual social accountability and security audit. Our 3rd party audits cover human trafficking and slavery. All supplier audits are completed by external, qualified independent 3rd parties.