SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
1. Modern Slavery Policy and Transparency In Supply Chain Act
Livingstone International reviews its product supply chains to evaluate and address the risks of human trafficking and forced labour. We confirm a key supplier's compliance with standards for human trafficking and forced labour through one or more of: (i) a supplier's declaration of compliance; (ii) an inspection by Livingstone International personnel; or (iii) an independent third-party audit. We also audit our key suppliers to ensure that their practices comply with applicable national laws regarding human trafficking and forced labour.
Livingstone International's Code of Conduct establishes the company's expectations and creates accountability for our people with respect to human rights and other ethical concerns.
Similarly, we are in compliance with Supplier Social Compliance Standards that sets forth our principles and procedures to hold suppliers, employees, and contractors accountable for combating forced labor and human trafficking. Livingstone International provides training on human trafficking and forced labor for its employees and managers with direct responsibility for our supply chain. The training includes a strong focus on identifying and mitigating risks.
2. SEDEX - Empowering Responsible Supply Chains
Livingstone International is a member of Sedex, a global membership organisation used to manage labour rights, health and safety, the environment and business ethics. This ensures better management of social and environmental risks within their supply chain, in order to make a real positive impact with responsible sourcing. Company Reference: ZC4906489