As a manufacturer doing business in the State of California, the following is ITT Inc.'s disclosure as required by the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010.
ITT expects that its suppliers will conduct themselves in a fair and open manner, consistent with applicable laws and regulations, our
Code of Conduct, our
Human Rights Policy, our contractual agreements, and our
Supplier Expectations Guidelines. Together we strive to "do the right thing always" with respect to business conduct, ethics and corporate citizenship.
- Except as may be required by the FARs, ITT does not currently conduct third party verification of its supply chain to evaluate and address the risks of human trafficking and slavery.
- Except as may be required by the FARs, ITT does not currently conduct supplier audits to specifically evaluate compliance with company standards on human trafficking and slavery.
- ITT expects its suppliers to comply with the laws in the countries where they are doing business. Except as may be required by the FARs, ITT does not currently require supplier certification that specifically addresses slavery and human rights.
- ITT maintains accountability standards and procedures for employees or contractors failing to meet legal requirements and company standards. ITT's Ethics and Compliance organization has an externally available helpline and web line for reporting concerns of any kind, as well as an ombudsman program that promotes reporting potential violations of law and company policy.
Every report of potential misconduct is investigated, and outcomes are reported to ITT management
- ITT offers training on slavery and human trafficking to company employees and managers who have direct responsibility for supply chain management as part of its overall compliance program.