Johanson Conflict-Free Minerals Policy
Johanson is aware of concerns that minerals mined in conflict areas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and adjoining countries may be making their way into the electronics industry supply chain, and may be fueling human rights violations and environmental degradation. Johanson strives for a DRC Conflict-Free supply chain by supporting industry-wide efforts to implement due diligence in standards, systems and procedures. In addition to requiring that our suppliers comply with applicable laws, we expect that they source materials from environmentally and socially responsible suppliers and be DRC Conflict-Free.
Responsible Business Alliance Code of Conduct
Johanson companies, Johanson Dielectrics Inc. and Johanson Technology Inc., declare our full support for and will actively pursue conformance to the Responsible Business Alliance Code of Conduct for our employees, supply chain, and subcontractors, including providers of contract labor.
Notification of Affirmative Action Obligations to Subcontractors, Vendors and Suppliers
Johanson Technology is a subcontractor and complies with the following affirmative action regulations:
- Executive Order 11246, as amended (41 CFR chapter 60)
- Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, 38 (41 CFR 60-741)
- Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, as amended, 38 USC s4212 (41 CFR 60-300)
In compliance with these regulations, Johanson Technology hereby notifies you that as our subcontractor, vendor, or supplier, you organization may also be subject to the regulations outlined above.
The equal employment opportunity clauses set forth in 41 CFR s60-1.4(a), 41 CFR s60-300(a) and 41 CFR s60-741.5(a) are included by reference into all of the transactions between our companies.
We appreciate your cooperation in our effort to fully comply with these federal requirements.