Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement Under the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, UK Modern Slavery Act and Australian Commonwealth Modern Slavery Act
Last modified on November 29, 2022
Art History One Zero One, LLC (doing business as “Art History 101 Clothing Co.”) and its affiliates and subsidiaries, has built its brand around the consistent production of high-quality products, from apparel to sports equipment, accessories, and unique art pieces. We’re committed to conducting business according to the highest ethical and legal standards.
We require all suppliers, factories, and contractors to adhere to our Operating Guidelines which set forth our business, legal, and ethical expectations and standards in the following areas: occupational health and safety, fair wages and benefits, work hours, transparent record-keeping practices, freedom of association, sub-contracting, customs compliance, product safety, conflicts of interest, anti-bribery, environmental sustainability, and prohibitions on child labor, forced labor, prison labor, discrimination, and harassment. In addition to our Operating Guidelines, our Foreign Migrant Workers Policy mandates ethical recruitment practices, including mandatory local language employment contracts, and the prohibition of worker-paid fees and end of contract travel expenses.
Art History 101 Clothing Co. supports the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and the UK 2015 Modern Slavery Act.
Art History 101 Clothing Co. requires all of its suppliers to prohibit the hiring of slave labor and prevent practices that could contribute to human trafficking.
To eradicate slavery and human trafficking from our supply chain, we:
verify product supply chains using third-party auditors to ensure that our product supply chains are compliant with our Operating Guidelines and all applicable laws and regulations prohibiting slave labor and human trafficking;
conduct independent audits of our suppliers to evaluate their compliance with our Operating Guidelines and all applicable laws and regulations prohibiting slave labor and human trafficking;
require certification by our suppliers that materials incorporated into our products comply with our Operating Guidelines and all applicable laws and regulations prohibiting slave labor and human trafficking in countries where our suppliers are doing business;
maintain internal accountability standards and procedures for employees and contractors failing to meet our Operating Guidelines prohibiting slave labor and human trafficking; and
provide training for our supply chain executives and employees on the prevention of human trafficking and slave labor.
Our reputation for product excellence begins in our suppliers’ facilities.