California Transparency in Supply Chain Act of 2010
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 is intended to provide public information from manufacturers and retailers regarding their efforts to prevent human trafficking and slavery, which will allow businesses and consumers to make more informed decisions regarding the products they choose to purchase and the companies with whom they choose to conduct business.
Hoya Vision Care is committed to conducting business only with suppliers who adhere to the highest ethical standards and comply with laws and regulations applicable to their business, including laws relating to human trafficking and slavery.
HOYA Business Conduct Guidelines
HOYA Business Conduct Guidelines outlines the company's expectations for business conduct and practices and includes provisions on conducting business with high ethical and legal standards.
Supplier Assessments and Qualification
Suppliers are expected to comply with the HOYA Business Conduct Guidelines. Hoya Vision Care's expectations for compliance with ethical and quality standards are communicated to all potential suppliers though our terms and conditions statements.
Hoya Vision Care issues purchase order terms and conditions with statements of compliance to all of its suppliers. These statements include agreements to comply with all Local, State and Federal Laws and Regulations which may apply.
Employee Training and Compliance
All Hoya Vision Care employees, including employees responsible for supply chain management, are required to comply with Hoya Vision Care's HOYA Business Conduct Guidelines. All Hoya Vision Care employees participate in annual training on the company's HOYA Business Conduct Guidelines, which includes training on ethical decision making and upholding laws and regulations, to ensure understanding and compliance with the requirements of the guidelines. To promote compliance with the company's HOYA Business Conduct Guidelines, Hoya Vision Care maintains a compliance program that conducts regular audits of the requirements under the guidelines, investigates potential violations of the guidelines and takes disciplinary action when necessary.