LA Rocks was founded over a decade ago with the goal to produce the best product on the market while maintaining an etiquette of social responsibility. Today, as we invest in our future, we continue to make strides in the realm of CSR through the advancement of the social, environmental, and ethical standards which span our entire operation. Sustainability is a high priority both Nationally and Internationally with particular emphasis on where we source our materials and how we manufacture our products. Since our birth, we have established a Supplier Code of Conduct to ensure we only do business with suppliers who also live up to our code of ethics and maintain a responsible business model that focuses on social and environmental responsibility. While this is a constant battle, we never stop striving for the cleanest supply chain that reflects the integrity of our company.
One of our main focuses regarding social compliance stems from labor laws. We hold a strict child labor policy in accordance with American law even when doing business outside of the country. This is coupled with policies preventing forced/involuntary labor and harassment to ensure the health and well-being of any individual under our employment. We enforce these policies by visiting all entities in our supply chain on a regular basis and refraining from doing business with individuals who do not adhere to these practices.
We also pay special attention to the prevalence of conflict minerals in this industry. The United States Congress passed legislation requiring companies to report the use of “Conflict Minerals” under Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Reform and Consumer Protection Act. In accordance with the Conflict Mineral Section of this Act, LA Rocks is working with suppliers to conduct due diligence to determine if conflict minerals are used in any of our products. Based on our strict purchasing policy and our vetted supplier base, it is not likely that conflict minerals are used in the manufacturing of our products.