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Condair's Anti-Slavery Policy

Condair’s Compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act of 2010

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 was designed to increase the amount of information made available by retailers and manufacturers regarding their efforts to address human trafficking and slavery, thereby allowing consumers to make better and more informed choices regarding the products they buy and the companies they choose to support.

We at Condair Inc. (“Condair”) believe that workers at our facilities and at our suppliers’ facilities have the right to freely choose employment and not be subjected to exploitation as a condition of employment. Condair is committed to providing a supportive, professional, and respectful work environment for our own employees, and we would never knowingly conduct business with a supplier who engages in forced labor, child labor, human trafficking, or slavery. To this end, we have taken steps to better ensure the absence of these prohibited activities in our supply chain.

Condair seeks to proactively combat the problem of human trafficking and slavery by holding our supply partners accountable to take greater social responsibility for their participation in the global economy. As part of a collaborative effort to ensure that forced labor and human trafficking do not occur in the supply chain, Condair requires that our partners:

A copy of this policy is provided to our suppliers in connection with the supplier onboarding process.

Furthermore, Condair’s standard contractual terms – including the terms and conditions of purchase and standard supply agreement for use with strategic suppliers – require that suppliers comply with all Condair’s policies, as well as all applicable laws and regulations, including those relating to human trafficking and slavery. In addition, Condair’s standard supply agreement specifically requires that suppliers manufacture products and parts without the use of child labor or prison labor and in adequate working conditions reasonably providing for the health and safety of the supplier’s employees.

Condair’s employees are bound by a company-wide Code of Business Conduct and Ethics which requires employees to report all legal, ethical, and policy violations, either internally and through a variety of anonymous resources. The goal of this Code is to achieve a supportive, professional, and respectful work environment. Among other things, it addresses such topics as equal opportunity, non-discrimination, and the importance of a safe, healthy, and harassment-free workplace. The Code also requires that employees obey all laws, which include laws against forced labor and human trafficking. In addition, Condair provides those employees and managers who have direct responsibility for supply chain management with training on human trafficking and slavery, particularly with respect to mitigating risks within supply chains.

Any report of an violation of this code will be thoroughly investigated and addressed appropriately.

We want Condair to be known for ethical leadership – a company where employees are proud to work and a company with which customers and suppliers want to do business. We gain trust by treating others with integrity, respect, and fairness. We must continue to demonstrate these values every day and in all of our interactions, one day at a time. We will continue to strengthen our awareness program to keep compliance in mind.