Billions of people choose Kimberly-Clark products each day to make a positive difference in their lives. That's a big responsibility and one we take seriously. That commitment allows us to secure the trust of our shareholders, employees and other interested parties by managing our business responsibly.
Kimberly-Clark stands against slavery and human trafficking. In line with our values, our Code of Conduct establishes the company's expectations and creates accountability for our people with respect to human rights and other ethical concerns. Similarly, we have published Supplier Social Compliance Standards that sets forth our principles and procedures to hold suppliers, employees, and contractors accountable for combating forced labor and human trafficking. Kimberly-Clark provides training on human trafficking and forced labor for its employees and managers with direct responsibility for our supply chain, which includes a strong focus on identifying and mitigating risks.
Pursuant to the UK Modern Slavery Act, California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, and the Australia Modern Slavery Act, we have outlined the steps that Kimberly-Clark has taken to combat slavery and human trafficking globally.