Casio America, Inc. (“Casio”) values and selects business partners that produce quality products in an ethical and safe manner.
Casio is continually implementing and improving policies and procedures designed to ensure a secure and safe supply chain. Casio rejects the use of slave labor or human trafficking, including forced labor or child labor, in its supply chain.
To this end, it has developed and is implementing a Code of Conduct that all suppliers will be required to follow. Casio’s compliance program also includes verification of our product supply chain by means of announced and unannounced audits of our suppliers’ facilities by independent third-party auditors and Casio personnel to evaluate compliance. All Casio direct suppliers will be required to certify that materials used in the production of products comply with applicable employment and human rights laws. Casio will provide company employees and management, who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, training on human trafficking and slavery, particularly with respect to mitigating risks within the supply chains of products.
Casio expects all suppliers to act in an ethical and socially responsible manner and to comply with Casio’s Code of Conduct. Should a supplier, sub-contractor, sub-supplier or service provider fail to meet Casio’s standards, appropriate and timely corrective action shall be implemented. Failure to do so can result in the cancellation of contracts and/or termination of the business relationship.
Casio is committed to social responsibility and conducts internal training focused on ethical sourcing, manufacturing, and labor practices.