Supply Chains Disclosure

Younger Optic’s supply chain consists primarily of domestic companies with limited importation from outside the United States. In regard to our supply chain outside of the United States, companies that do business with Younger are generally well established suppliers within our industry and have significant connections to large organizations throughout the United States.  Younger has never been given a reason to suspect that any of these companies participate in human trafficking or slavery or are otherwise not committed to fair labor practices.

            1.         Verification. Younger does not conduct any formal verification of its supply chain to address the risk of human trafficking or slavery.

            2.         Audits. Younger does not conduct audits of its suppliers to address the risk of human trafficking or slavery.

            3.         Certification. Younger does not require any certification by its suppliers to address the risk of human trafficking or slavery.

            4.         Accountability. Younger does not maintain internal accountability standards for suppliers to address the risk of human trafficking or slavery.

            5.         Training. Younger does not maintain specific training of its employees or management in regard to minimizing the risk of using suppliers that engage in
                         human trafficking or slavery. However, Younger will never knowingly use a supplier that engages in human trafficking or slavery.