At red rock traditions, we are committed to:
- a standard of excellence in every aspect of our business and in every corner of the world;
- ethical and responsible conduct in all of our operations; and
- respect for the rights of all individuals.
We recognize as part of this commitment, we have a responsibility to procure our products in a legal, ethical and responsible manner. Our partnership with our vendors is a key component that enables us to deliver on this responsibility. We have adopted a set of guidelines in conjunction with our sister company and buying office that ensures clarity of these principles and our expectations across our supply chain.
Adhering to these guidelines allows us to keep our strategic focus on our mission, our customers, and our consultant community for continued success in the future.
red rock traditions services customers across the United States. We require the products we manufacture with our vendors to adhere to all local, state, and federal guidelines for safety compliance, as well as other standard industry safety practices.
red rock traditions tests product for compliance with an approved third-party test agency.
Depending on the product and packaging format, this includes compliance with California Proposition 65, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), ASTM F963, Toxics in Packaging (TPCH/CONEG) and Title 16 Code of Federal Regulations (16 CFR) for lead in surface coatings, hazardous materials, flammability, and small parts. The exact testing requirements will vary depending on the product format and materials; all items meet or exceed the applicable standards and are labeled for compliance with relevant state laws.
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
Vendor Code of Conduct
red rock traditions aspires to conduct business proceedings in an ethical manner with full respect for the value of human life.
We expect our vendors and business partners to comply with a firm set of working conditions that represent the values we hold essential when conducting business. We distribute Vendor Guidelines we have adopted with our buying agents, which includes a Code of Conduct, to our vendors. This Code of Conduct represents the basic requirements regarding these working conditions and ethics that must be followed by all business partners including manufacturers, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers when engaging in business with red rock traditions or any corporation represented by red rock traditions.
This includes provisions that explicitly prohibit the use of any forced, compulsory, or involuntary labor, and outlines policies requiring our vendors to follow all applicable laws and regulations.
Monitoring of Vendor Compliance
Our buying agents have established a verification program conducted by a third-party company to perform semi-announced social compliance audits of select vendors.
Internal Corporate Practices
red rock traditions requires our merchandisers and other staff interfacing with our vendor base to understand, follow, and promote the policies within our Code of Conduct and to take this into consideration when selecting the vendors we do business with.
With the assistance of a recognized third-party company, we have also adopted related training materials for our teams that interface with our vendor base.
The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) requires many retailers, distributors, and manufacturers doing business in the State of California to provide information regarding their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking in their supply chains.