Operation Lightsabre and 4 Wheel Parts

Operation Lightsabre has helped us save lives with the help and support of our customers, 4×4 clubs, and others that know about the program. Watch the video and see what Greg Adler had to say about Operation Lightsabre and how 4 Wheel Parts supports the program.

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) requires manufacturers and retailers doing business in the State of California to disclose information regarding their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains. TAP is proud of the measures it takes to uphold the highest standards of conduct among its employees, business partners, and suppliers.

TAP’s efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in its supply chain include the following:

  • Written Policies and Procedures: TAP maintains written policies that strictly prohibit the use of slavery or human trafficking in its direct supply chain. Among other provisions, TAP’s Supplier Code of Conduct obligates all of its suppliers and vendors to comply with all labor laws, including laws against forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking. TAP has also issued a “Notice to Our Suppliers Concerning Slavery and Human Trafficking” reinforcing these policies and expectations.

  • Accountability Standards: TAP will not conduct business with any suppliers and/or vendors found to be in violation of slave labor or human trafficking laws. TAP’s Code of Conduct permits the termination of a supplier for even a single violation and, likewise, permits a range of measures, up to and including termination, for TAP employees involved in similar misconduct.

  • Internal Audits: TAP reserves the right to conduct internal audits and inspections to ensure compliance with its Supplier Code of Conduct.

  • Employee Training: In coordination with its efforts to eliminate forced labor, TAP provides twill provide training on human trafficking and slavery to those employees with direct responsibility for supply chain management.

TAP will continue to update its policies and procedures as needed to ensure that it has appropriate safeguards against any mistreatment of persons involved in its direct supply chains.

Review TAP’s Supplier Code of Conduct.

Review TAP’s “Notice to Our Suppliers Concerning Slavery and Human Trafficking.”

This disclosure applies to all consolidated TAP affiliates that are California taxpayers and subject to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act.

TRANSAMERICAN AUTO PARTS
SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT

Prevention of Slavery and Human Trafficking in Supply Chains

Suppliers shall obey all laws that require them to treat workers fairly and to provide a safe and healthy work environment.

Suppliers shall not use any prison, indentured, forced, or involuntary labor of any kind, including debt bondage or forced labor by governments.

Suppliers shall treat all workers with respect and dignity. Suppliers shall not engage in corporal punishment or any form of physical or psychological coercion, including threats of violence, sexual harassment, or other verbal abuse.

Monitoring, Enforcement & Compliance Management

As a condition of doing business with TAP, each and every supplier must comply with this Code of Conduct. TAP reserves the right to conduct internal audits or inspect each supplier’s compliance with applicable labor laws governing forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking.

TAP will continue to develop monitoring systems to assess and ensure compliance.

If TAP determines that any supplier has violated this Code of Conduct, TAP may in its discretion terminate the business relationship.

TAP strongly encourages suppliers to define and implement a policy for social responsibility and to adopt or establish a management system to ensure that the requirements of the Code of Conduct can be met in a consistent way.

Transamerican Auto Parts | 50 Years

Notice to Our Suppliers Concerning Slavery and Human Trafficking

To Our Suppliers:

TAP expects our suppliers to obey all laws that require them to treat workers fairly and to provide a safe and healthy work environment. In furtherance of this policy, TAP obligates our suppliers through TAP’s Supplier Code of Conduct to not utilize forced, prison, or indentured labor of any kind, or subject workers to any form of compulsion or coercion. TAP’s suppliers are obligated to expect the same standards of their suppliers in turn.

To ensure compliance with our supplier expectations and Code of Conduct, TAP reserves the right to inspect all suppliers for compliance with our Code of Conduct, including monitoring each supplier’s compliance with applicable labor laws governing forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking. TAP has a zero tolerance policy for violations of the laws banning forced labor, slavery, and human trafficking. TAP’s Code of Conduct policy permits the termination of a supplier for even a single violation and, likewise, permits a range of measures, up to and including termination, for TAP employees involved in similar misconduct.

TAP further reserves the right to update our policies and Code of Conduct as needed to ensure that we have appropriate safeguards against any mistreatment of persons involved in our direct supply chains.

As always, we thank you for your anticipated cooperation.

Greg Adler
President/CEO
Transamerican Auto Parts