California Supply Chains Act DisclosureMeyer Sound’s Policy on Slavery and Human Trafficking
- Policy. Meyer Sound supports the goal of eradicating slavery and human trafficking and believes that no person should be deprived of his or her basic needs and fundamental rights. It is our policy to comply with all laws regarding human trafficking and slavery wherever we do business, and we expect our suppliers to do the same.
- Supplier Selection Criteria/Verification. Meyer Sound is committed to selecting suppliers who operate in full compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations, including child labor laws and laws applicable to working hours, wages and over-time pay. Meyer Sound currently does not use third parties to conduct outside verification of suppliers. Rather to minimize the risk of human trafficking and slavery Meyer Sound will only work with reputable suppliers having no known record of engaging in such practices.
- Certification/Audits. Currently, Meyer Sound does not require its suppliers to certify compliance with Meyer Sound’s policy relating to the eradication of slavery and human trafficking, nor does it audit its suppliers to ensure compliance.
- Training/Internal Accountability. Meyer Sound does not currently provide employees, suppliers or contractors with training regarding human trafficking and slavery nor does it have any specific internal accountability process related to the prevention of human trafficking and slavery.
- Response to Violations. Any supplier found to be in violation of Meyer Sound’s policy related to human trafficking and slavery will be terminated, unless the supplier can demonstrate to Meyer Sound that it has ceased its offending conduct.