CALIFORNIA TRANSPARENCY IN SUPPLY CHAINS ACT

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 requires certain companies to provide disclosures regarding their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains. Nucific® is proud to conduct business with suppliers who share our ethical code of conduct.

Verification:

We periodically evaluate our suppliers with respect to certain factors, such as business practices, manufacturing conditions and any risks of slavery and human trafficking. These assessments may be conducted by our team members or by third parties on our behalf.

Supplier Audits:

Our internal team audits our suppliers to verify compliance with our manufacturing standards. If we have any reason to suspect that a supplier is not complying with slavery and human trafficking standards, we shall address the issue with the supplier immediately.

Certification:

Our manufacturing agreement has been updated this year to require suppliers to certify that the materials incorporated into our products comply with applicable laws and prohibit forced labor, child labor and human trafficking.

Internal Accountability:

Nucific®’s employees are expected to adhere to our business code of conduct, as well as any and all applicable United States laws and regulations. Any violations of our company’s rules are promptly addressed by HR.

Training:

Our supply chain team members are provided with information on slavery and human trafficking, particularly with respect to mitigating risks when evaluating a new supplier.