California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010

Kalp Wear LLC is commited to fair labor practices within our supply chain. We therefore engage a third-party monitor who uses a multi-level process to identify and evaluate the potential risks for human trafficking and slavery in our supply chain.

Prior to partnering with any new suppliers, and annually thereafter, our monitor conducts an initial screening of those suppliers. The monitor’s evaluation of human trafficking risks is based on a variety of factors. They include the business’s geographic location and manufacturing processes, a workforce profile, the history of human trafficking and slavery in the sector, the U.S. Department of Labor’s list of goods identified as vulnerable to forced labor, and third-party reports concerning the supplier’s human rights record, if available.

Human Traffic and Slavery is considered a zero tollerance issue for Kalp Wear, and any supplier or associate that fails to comply will be removed from our supply chain, and all the relevant information on the issue will be given to relevant authorities. There is also zero tollerance on child labor, fail to comply with minimal wages, maximum working hours and government regulations.

Kalp Wear LLC also requires that all it's suppliers and affiliates undergo Business and Social Compliance Initiative assestment. We are commited to respect and protect human rights in all levels of our organization, with principles of free choice of employment, nondiscrimination and humane treatment.