SGI and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

SGI and its employees are committed to high standards in all aspects of business conduct, ethics, and social responsibility. As part of that commitment:

(1) SGI has a code of business conduct that requires all employees to comply with applicable laws in the conduct of their employment responsibilities. SGI would not engage contractors if we were aware the contractors were not in compliance with applicable laws concerning slavery and human trafficking.
(2) SGI provides training, including ethics training, to all employees. Employees involved in the supply chain of products have a special responsibility to adhere to principles of integrity and fairness and to avoid illegal or unethical business practices within the supply chain of products.
(3) SGI conducts quality and other audits of certain suppliers and has not discovered anything that would lead us to conclude there is non-compliance with laws concerning human trafficking and slavery in product supply chains.