CA Supply Chain

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

The California Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB-657) (the “Act”) went into effect on January 1, 2012. This law requires certain retailers and other businesses doing business in California to disclose to the public their efforts, if any, to ensure that the goods they sell are not made by workers who are enslaved, or otherwise forced into service, or who have been the victims of human trafficking. Hudson Daniel does not condone or intentionally support human trafficking, slavery or any other form of forced labor.

Verification

All of our suppliers warrant that the products they supply to Hudson Daniel are manufactured in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and standards. Hudson Daniel is committed to complying with all laws applicable to its operations, including any and all laws regarding slavery and human trafficking, and requires that each of its suppliers, including its brand partners, do the same, via contractual obligations.

Audits & Certification

All suppliers must complete a human rights and compliance assessment as part of the Hudson Daniel registration process. In addition, all vendors must comply with our Core Values.

Accountability

Hudson Daniel has a zero-tolerance policy regarding forced labor and operations, as well as in relation to our suppliers. Hudson Daniel's code of conduct requires each employee to act in accordance with the highest standards of business ethics, which includes a requirement that each employee comply with all laws and regulations applicable to Hudson Daniel. An employee’s failure to comply with the code may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.

Training

Hudson Daniel administers training for team members responsible for sourcing and require all team members to comply with our Core Values, which includes the high ethical standards that Hudson Daniel adheres to.