Animal Testing Management of Restricted Substances Kimberly-Clark regards these Stewardship Standards as a total supply chain initiative, and thus to be compliant, we expect our suppliers to pass these standards down to their suppliers to ensure conformance throughout the supply chain. Further, suppliers must operate in full compliance with the laws and regulations of the countries in which they operate. Quality Policy Statement It is the policy of Kimberly-Clark to design, manufacture and deliver products which meet or exceed customer expectations for quality, performance and value.
Animal Testing Management of Restricted Substances Kimberly-Clark regards these Stewardship Standards as a total supply chain initiative, and thus to be compliant, we expect our suppliers to pass these standards down to their suppliers to ensure conformance throughout the supply chain.
Further, suppliers must operate in full compliance with the laws and regulations of the countries in which they operate. Failure to comply with internationally recognized standards and the standards highlighted here will result in a review and possible termination of the supplier's contract.
Quality Policy Statement It is the policy of Kimberly-Clark to design, manufacture and deliver products which meet or exceed customer expectations for quality, performance and value. It is the intent of this policy to: Establish accountability for quality management; Provide a common framework for the establishment and communication of quality practices; and Conduct regular assessment of quality practices to promote continuous process, product and service improvement, and to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
Our suppliers directly share in the responsibility to ensure that the highest degree of focus is taken to meet or exceed all specified safety, compliance, and quality requirements. These product specifications and quality requirements may be defined in a supply agreement and a quality agreement as agreed by a Kimberly-Clark company and its external supplier.
Supplier Requirements for Full Material Disclosure Policy Statement It is the policy of Kimberly-Clark to provide products and services that recognize a sincere and proper regard for public safety through regular assessment to ensure that they meet current regulatory requirements and public safety expectations.
Supply chain transparency is critical for managing rising levels of risk in an environment where corporate supply chain practices are attracting increasing legal, regulatory, and consumer scrutiny.
Therefore, Kimberly-Clark will collect substance information for its materials, ingredients, products, and packaging.
We gather the full chemical composition from the supply chain to not only confirm safety and regulatory compliance, but to also enable us to proactively respond to emerging new regulations and chemicals of concern.
To facilitate supply chain transparency, Kimberly-Clark requires: Full material disclosure includes the trade name, supplier name, and concentration of each component. Supplier will provide additional documentation and data such as, but not limited to, certifications, letters of compliance, and test data as requested to demonstrate or verify compliance.
Supplier will provide reasonable access to information on downstream component suppliers for the purpose of obtaining full material disclosure.
Supplier will, at no additional charge, provide Kimberly-Clark such assistance as they may reasonably require. Supplier will notify Kimberly-Clark prior to any compositional change.
Assist Kimberly-Clark in complying with government regulatory requirements on Conflict Minerals use and reporting in all regions; Respond to Kimberly-Clark Conflict Minerals data requests using the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template CMRT or other formats that K-C may deem necessary; and Not source tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold from uncertified smelters in the conflict region, which consists of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjacent countries.
This policy is intended to promote: Kimberly-Clark responsibly sources all of the wood fiber used in our products and packaging. Supplier Fiber Certification In the event that a supplier to Kimberly-Clark does not have certification of its forest lands or wood fiber procurement activities, the supplier will be given reasonable time to achieve certification.
If a supplier is not in compliance with any applicable provisions of this policy, we will take appropriate action to address such non-compliance, which may include i an action plan for compliance or ii termination or non-renewal of the supply contract.
Upon request, supplier must provide data demonstrating compliance.Kimberly-ClarK leaving the categories, but there have been signs of down-trading from premium to value particularly in our personal care portfolio.”.
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