- Mobile Theft
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California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 Statement
Motorola Mobility’s business principles are supported by our code of business conduct, our environment, health and safety and human rights policies and our supplier code of conduct. Our codes and policies address various concerns, including those specified by the State of California , and our Human Rights Policy expressly includes the right to freely chosen employment.
Our processes for monitoring compliance with our corporate governance requirements include a direct material supplier monitoring program. Through this program, we conduct supplier risk assessments and reviews. Audits of various types – from self-audit questionnaires to third-party audits – are utilized. Motorola Mobility may provide notice to suppliers of a pending audit, depending upon the circumstances. Motorola Mobility also provides ongoing code of conduct and policy training for employees responsible for supply chain management.
Our procedures are designed to verify that suppliers for Motorola Mobility comply with the laws regarding free labor practices, including restrictions on slavery and human trafficking, in the countries where Motorola Mobility and our direct suppliers do business. A supplier’s failure to adhere to our requirements will result in action being taken to resolve the issue or to terminate the supplier relationship.