Snap Inc. categorically does not tolerate human-rights violations -- including but not limited to slavery, forced labor, and human trafficking -- in our own operations, our supply chain, and our products. To this end, Snap Inc. has established a three-prong program to evaluate and eradicate risks related to slavery, forced labor, and human trafficking in our supply chain for branded products:
Policies. Our commitment is memorialized in our Supplier Code of Business Conduct. Every supplier with whom we contract must agree to the Code. The Code requires suppliers to commit not to use slavery, forced labor, and human trafficking; to ensure that their own suppliers follow the same rules; and to let Snap Inc. conduct audits to ensure compliance.
Training. Snap Inc. provides mandatory training to all employees who interact with our supply chain. This training underscores our stand against slavery, forced labor, and human trafficking. And it ensures that our employees will be able to recognize, and will know how to report, any human-rights violations and “red flags” at supplier sites.
Verification. Snap Inc. conducts third-party assessments to validate supplier compliance.