California Supply Chains Act

Insulet complies with laws regarding human trafficking and slavery. Insulet is currently creating verification systems to identify, assess and manage the risks of human trafficking in its product supply chain. Insulet is supplementing its audit system to evaluate suppliers' compliance with Insulet's standards for trafficking and slavery. Insulet will require its direct suppliers to certify, at least on an annual basis, that materials incorporated into Insulet's products comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking in the countries in which they are doing business. Insulet is implementing internal accountability procedures for determining whether employees and contractors are complying with company standards regarding slavery and human trafficking. Insulet is also developing employee and management training on human trafficking and slavery focusing on mitigating risks within the supply chains of products. When these systems are finalized, Insulet will update its website with more details.

 

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