Uyghur and other minorities working in a forced labor factory in Xinjiang, China.

Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

Automate data collection to easily comply with due diligence requirements and ensure you are sourcing from the right suppliers.
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Easily Identify Where You’re at Risk and Take Action

Our Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act program conducts daily searches of your supply chain using supplier location, names, and alias data to provide sourcing due diligence. Search results are then gathered on our centralized platform where you can easily review, identify areas of high risk, and export dynamic reports. Once risks are identified, our vendor management tools make it easy to take action straight from your desk with virtual supplier audits, supplier assessments, and more.

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Daily Searches of Your Supply Chain
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80%

of China’s cotton is produced in the Xinjiang region.

100,000+

Uyghurs and other minorities are estimated to be in forced labor camps.

435

the Act received a unanimous 435 votes in the House of Representatives.

Prove Your Non-Involvement With Forced Labor Camps

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act establishes a presumption that goods produced in the XUAR region are done so using forced labor and therefore prohibited from import to the US. This means businesses will not be allowed to access the US market unless they have information to prove they are not involved in Xinjiang labor camps. Our solution provides you the data and documentation you need to prove non-involvement and keep your business operating as usual.
Seamless Integration With Our Human Trafficking Solution
Forced labor, child labor, and human trafficking aren't limited to the XUAR region of China, they can be found all over the world. Our solution works seamlessly with our other supply chain management tools including our virtual audits, media monitoring, and human trafficking prevention programs to end human rights abuses in your supply chain. Our Human Trafficking program gathers an assessment from your entire supply chain to fulfill requirements of the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB-657), the UK Modern Day Slavery Act, and FAR 52.222. Our 24/7 multilingual supplier support team ensures your suppliers are fully equipped to respond to all assessments.
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