Anti-Human Trafficking

Policy Against
Human Trafficking
and Slavery

Anti-Human Trafficking Policy

Guided by the beliefs and values in our “Who We Are” statement, Snap-on is committed to integrity and social responsibility. Paramount to this commitment is the manner in which we treat our employees and the way in which others within our supply chain treat their employees. These policies outline the efforts Snap-on makes to seek to eliminate human trafficking, slavery, forced labor and child labor from its global supply chain. The policy documents below are designed to comply with, and support compliance with, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, the UK Modern Slavery Act, the Australia Modern Slavery Act, the Canada Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act, the Norway Transparency Act and the requirements of Federal Acquisition Regulations 52.222-50 and 52.222-56.


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