Human Trafficking and Forced Labor Risk Assessment

This survey cannot be revisited or saved, therefore we recommend that you download and print to gather your responses, and return to this website to submit your answers.

Albertsons Companies supports The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) and, as required by that law, posts on-line a description of our efforts to assure that human trafficking and slavery have been eliminated from our supply chain. We have and continue to actively engage our employees and suppliers in order to address the issue of human trafficking and to collaborate on finding solutions. The goal of this survey is to create a more transparent, sustainable, and responsible supply chain that is free of labor abuses.

As a condition of doing business with Albertsons Companies, all suppliers are required to fill out the below SB 657 survey on Human Trafficking and Slavery to certify that the materials incorporated into the merchandise they supply Albertsons Companies comply with applicable laws and standards regarding slavery and human trafficking. It is expected that all suppliers answer all questions truthfully and thoroughly.

This survey must be completed and submitted to Albertsons Companies (in accordance with instructions) within thirty (30) days after you receive it.

Please contact supplier.survey@safeway.com if you have any questions.



Part 1 -  Company Information

Today's Date: *

Company Name *
 
Headquarters Address *
 
Full Name *
 
Phone Number *
 
Position *
 
Email *
 





 

Is your company (select all that apply): *




Is your company a (select all that apply): *





How many employees does your company employ in any capacity? Please include all facilities in all locations (select one that represents the TOTAL). *









Part 2 - Human Trafficking/Forced Labor Company Policies

The following questions are crucial to conducting an accurate analysis of human trafficking/slavery risk in supply chains. Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Only include policies, processes and programs that are currently effective when answering the initial Yes/No question in this section. If you have something new that is planned, please include it in the free text after responding ‘No’.

Does your companycurrently have a program to assure that human trafficking and slavery do not exist in your operations and supply chain? *


Does your company currently work with an independent 3rd party to identify the overall risks of slavery and human trafficking in your supply chain? *


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Does your company use temporary workers? *


Does your audit policy/program include auditing personnel recruitment sources, including labor brokers or employment agencies providing imported labor? *


Does your company have specific clauses in your contracts with your direct suppliers and labor suppliers which address human trafficking and slavery? *


Does your company require your direct suppliers to certify that all materials incorporated into your final product were sourced, processed and/or manufactured in compliance with human trafficking and slavery laws of the country or countries in which they operate? *


Does your company have clearly defined consequences for non-compliance with your labor/personnel contracts and/or auditing policies that relate to human trafficking/slavery? *


Does your company have any standards for employee and contractor education on human trafficking and slavery risks? This can be in the form of mandatory training or education on identifying risk and developing mitigation plans delivered via written materials, online tools or in-person meetings or classes. *


Does your company have internal policies or procedures in place to hold your employees accountable for non-compliance with your standards on human trafficking and slavery risk? *


Does your company have a grievance/complaint/reporting mechanism in place for your employees or temporary workers, in all countries where they are employed, to voice concerns or file complaints? *




Part 3 - Sourcing

For the following questions, please note that high-risk countries or commodities do not automatically make your product ‘high-risk’ if proper programs and policies are in place. High-risk countries are listed from the 2018 Trafficking in Persons Report: https://www.state.gov/documents/organization/282798.pdf/ High risk ingredients are listed from the 2018 US Department of Labor List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor: http://www.dol.gov/ilab/reports/child-labor/list-of-goods/

Is your company aware of all countries that you source directly and indirectly from? This includes any ingredients that are part of your product, and their country of origin. *


Do you source any commodities or products from the following countries? This includes all consumable products and ingredients, as well as hard goods such as clothing, textiles, footwear, etc. For each country that applies, enter all commodities, separated by semi-colons (;).

Afghanistan
Angola
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh

Belize
Benin
Bolivia
Brazil
Burkina Faso

Burma
Cambodia
Cameroon
Central African Republic
Chad

China
Colombia
Congo, Democratic Republic of
Cote d'Iviore
Costa Rica

Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Eswatini

Ethiopia
Ghana
Guatemala
Guinea
Honduras

India
Indonesia
Iran
Kazakhstan
Kenya

Kyrgyz Republic
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Madagascar

Malawi
Malaysia
Mali
Mauritania
Mexico

Mongolia
Mozambique
Namibia
Nepal
Nicaragua

Niger
Nigeria
North Korea
Pakistan
Panama

Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Russia
Rwanda

Senegal
Sierra Leone
South Sudan
Sudan
Suriname

Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
Turkey
Turkmenistan

Uganda
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Vietnam
Yemen

Zamibia
       

Please Click here to attach policies and supporting documents to verify the information in Part 2 (above) before submitting your form.

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