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Conflict mineral policy
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and its surrounding countries and regions: Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic (CAR), Republic of the Congo (ROC), Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania The exploitation of rare metals such as gold (Au), tantalum (Ta), tin (Sn) and tungsten (W) in (Tanzania), Uganda and Zambia has caused serious human rights and environmental problems. The sale of these minerals may provide financial support for the ongoing armed conflicts in these countries, leading to long-term instability in the region, so it is called “conflict minerals”.
The principle of the conflict minerals policy of Dongguan Shangtong Hardware Electronics Co., Ltd. (hereinafter collectively referred to as “the company”) is: understanding and attaching importance to human rights and environmental issues related to conflict minerals, and complying with CFSI and the United Nations and the OECD in the implementation of raw material procurement policies. (OECD) OECD Guidelines for Minerals Responsible Supply Chain Due Diligence in Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas, Smelting Approved or Certified by the Company and All Our Suppliers and/or Outsourcers Only from CFS, LBMA or Responsible Jewellery Council Procedures Purchasing plants and refineries, not purchasing or supporting the use of any conflict minerals that directly or indirectly finance or support areas affected by armed conflict, ensuring that all suppliers purchase minerals in a responsible manner and respect the human rights of people in conflict areas and surroundings.
1. Establish a reliable and effective procedure to support international efforts to isolate and eliminate mining and trading of all non-humanitarian conflict mines and to allow legal mining and trading in conflict areas to continue.
2. Set goals, expand the scope of audits and assessments, and when there are conflict minerals in specific products and materials, suppliers are required to provide at least product-level survey information and set their own requirements based on the information provided by the supplier;
3. Perform necessary system guidance/training for relevant personnel of the company.
4. Selecting and promoting the supply chain commitment not to use conflict minerals, requiring the establishment of a conflict-free mining procurement policy, and launching and submitting due diligence reports;
5. Establish a reasonable system of origin review, including procurement document management, implementation improvements that are not met, and so on.
6. Promote our ethical and sustainable procurement policies to our suppliers, employees, customers and investors to conduct internal oversight of the implementation of such standards.
7. Support and cooperate with customers to comply with the requirements of relevant laws, conduct due diligence and submit reports on a regular basis.