The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 seeks to eliminate slavery and human
tra!cking from global supply chains by requiring companies that conduct business in
California disclose any efforts they take to keep their supply chains free of these human rights
The Mentholatum Company (TMC) is committed to following the applicable labor and
employment laws wherever it operates. These include laws pertaining to freedom of
association, privacy, child labor and employment discrimination.
Our suppliers are expected to comply with conditions that include compliance with all Federal,
State and Local Laws including Equal Opportunity Laws.
TMC does not use a third party to verify, evaluate, audit or address the risk of human tra!cking
and slavery in product supply chains.
The Mentholatum Company is dedicated to provide the highest quality and most current
training available to our employees. We are currently formulating a training program for
company employees who have direct responsibility for supply chain management, with a focus
on mitigating the risks of encountering slavery and human tra!cking within our supply chain.
The Mentholatum Company engages in routine supplier visits.
All employees and suppliers are expected to comply with The Mentholatum Company Code of
Conduct. If any supplier or employee fails to comply, TMC takes the appropriate actions. If the
non-compliance is serious enough, or if appropriate corrective actions are not taken, TMC can
terminate the relationship with the employee or supplier.
Any conduct believed to be in violation of company standards in regard to tra!cking and
slavery should be reported.
Contact the TMC Ethics Office:
Telephone: TMC Compliance Connection: 800-688-7660 ext # 1604 or 716-677-2500
Mail: The Mentholatum Ethics Office, 707 Sterling Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127, USA