Question: Does the company’s statement detail one or more specific, organisational policies or actions to combat slavery in their direct (tier 1) and/or in-direct (beyond tier 1) supply chain?
Suppliers comply with laws and company’s policies (direct / tier 1),
Prohibit use of forced labour (direct / tier 1),
Prohibit use of forced labour (beyond tier 1),
Code of conduct or supplier code includes clauses on slavery and human trafficking (direct / tier 1),
Contracts include clauses on forced labour (direct / tier 1),
Suppliers produce their own statement (direct / tier 1),
Prohibit use of child labour (direct / tier 1),
Suppliers protect migrant workers (direct / tier 1),
Suppliers respect labour rights (wages / freedom of association etc) (direct / tier 1)
Walk Free
MSA policy (revised)
Unverified - Added by Community
updated over 2 years ago by Ben Parker

Page 1- 'AMD prohibits the use of forced labor in providing our products or services, and prohibits physical abuse, or harassment or retaliation against employees reporting such behavior. AMD strictly forbids forced labor practices and human trafficking in any AMD operation or in the operations of our manufacturing suppliers that provide services or products associated with AMD products' 'threats of denunciation to immigration authorities.'

Page 5 - definition of a young worker: 'Any worker under the age of 18, but above the national minimum working age for the facility location.'

Ben Parker.....2020-10-18 14:43:00 UTC