Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
Technicolor policies prohibit the use of forced labor, child labor, human trafficking and slavery.
Technicolor requires direct material suppliers to comply with Technicolor policies against forced labor, child labor human trafficking and slavery within the supply chain. Since 2003, Technicolor has been a participating company in the United Nations Global Compact - and is therefore committed to respecting and promoting the core principles. The suppliers are to conduct self-audits periodically to evaluate their compliance and Technicolor has included the topics of forced labor, child labor, human trafficking, and slavery in its Supplier Ethics auditing program. Additional details can be found in the Technicolor Registration Document available on Technicolor’s website.
In addition, Technicolor asks direct materials suppliers to certify that materials incorporated into the products comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the country or countries in which the suppliers are doing business.
Technicolor maintains internal accountability for employees or contractors to meet company standards regarding slavery and human trafficking.
Technicolor provides employees and management, who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, training on human trafficking and slavery within the supply chain of products.
For more information on Corporate Social Responsibility, please refer to our CSR documentation below
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Principles of Disclosure
- Human Rights
- Development & Diversity
- Health & Safety
- Eco-Design, Materials and Waste Management
- Suppliers, Sub-Contractors, and Responsible Purchasing
- Citizenship Initiatives
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