Social Compliance

California Transparency in Supply Chain Act of 2010 Disclosure

As a steadfast champion of human rights, Princess House pledges total transparency, full disclosure and integrity in all business practices. Our adherence to a comprehensive code of ethics ensures that we maintain an unparalleled level of respect, responsibility and fairness in all business relationships.

On January 1, 2012, California enacted a new law – the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (the “Act”) – requiring many manufacturers and other companies who do business in California to disclose the actions they are taking to identify and eradicate forced labor and human trafficking in their supply chains. The law’s purpose is to provide consumers with important information about the efforts that companies are taking to eradicate human trafficking and slavery in their product supply chains globally.

Princess House is firmly committed to fair labor practices within our supply chain. We uphold a zero-tolerance policy toward slavery and human trafficking and as such provide the following disclosures in compliance with the Act:

VERIFICATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN

Princess House has added a Supplier Code of Conduct to its Supplier Manual which will require our suppliers to adhere to all relevant laws and regulations, including those concerning slavery and human trafficking. This updated Manual will be released by January 2016 to all of its suppliers. Princess House will update this disclosure once this revised Supplier Manual is in effect.

AUDIT

Princess House employees who are directly responsible for sourcing conduct visits to our suppliers on a yearly basis to ensure that they are in total compliance and demonstrate proper conduct.

SUPPLIER CERTIFICATION

Each Purchase Order Contract that Princess House issues stipulates that every supplier must comply with all local, state or governmental regulations and laws, including but not limited to wages, hours, health, safety, work conditions, forced labor, child labor and human trafficking.

ACCOUNTABILITY

Currently, we do not require our suppliers to certify that they comply with anti-slavery and human trafficking laws in the country or countries in which they do business; however, once the revised Supplier Manual is released to all our suppliers in January 2016, they will be required to remit a signed acceptance to adhere to these laws to Princess House.

TRAINING

All Princess House employees with direct responsibility for supply-chain management have completed training courses on trafficking and forced labor issues administered by the United States Department of Homeland Security and the University of Delaware.