Suppliers are critical partners in Corning’s value chain. We expect our suppliers to follow the same principles and laws that we do regarding fair treatment of workers, providing a safe and healthy work environment, and operating in an environmentally responsible manner.
Supplier Code of Conduct
Corning maintains the highest levels of integrity in all of our business relationships. Our Supplier Code of Conduct, which is available in 13 different languages, ensures that our supplier partners share our standards for business integrity and ethics.
Statement on Human Trafficking and Slavery in Supply Chains
(Published in Compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chain and United Kingdom Modern Slavery Acts)
Corning is committed to policies and procedures that assure human rights compliance in our operations and in our supply chain. This includes oversight to identify and avoid all types of slavery and human trafficking, including forced labor, child labor, sex trafficking and workplace abuse.
Compliance with Customs Law
Corning Incorporated requires full compliance with U.S. Customs law. Whenever Corning is the U.S. Importer of Record, we enlist the assistance of our foreign suppliers to ensure full compliance. Complete instructions for all suppliers regarding compliance with U.S. import requirements can be found on the Corning Routing Guide page.
Suppliers play an important role to ensure purchase transactions accurately represent contractual requirements, are error free, and facilitate timely payments. Corning’s policies require that all goods and/or services be purchased using an approved Purchase Order or P-Card.
Corning encourages the use of electronic funds transfer, as part of the enrollment process you can choose to utilize electronic banking or have us send you a check.
To promote social responsibility within its supply chain, Corning provides ongoing training to its management leadership and employees, as well as supply chain partners.
Corning Leadership Training – All members of Corning’s Global Supply Chain Management team, from senior leadership to supply chain personnel, are required to participate in human trafficking and modern slavery training. This program is designed to provide our leadership with the knowledge and skills to promote human rights compliance throughout our supply chain network.
Information Security Policy and Procedures Supplier Training – This e-briefing focuses on our Rules of Engagement, which define suppliers’ responsibilities for protecting Corning restricted information.
GSM IS Policy and Procedure Supplier Training (Use Internet Explorer):
Supplier IS Policy and Procedure Summary (Use Internet Explorer):
The selection and onboarding process is the best time to ensure that Corning Values and the values of our suppliers are aligned. As part of the selection process, suppliers are screened to identify potential risks early and ensure that suppliers meet Corning’s standards, including those related to supply chain social responsibility.
For more information regarding Corning’s supplier policies, procedures, and guidelines, visit the Download Library.
Policies & Statements
Policies & Statements
Our supplier code of conduct sets the standard for how Corning and its supplier partners around the world work together to develop and deliver products and services responsibly.
We strive to ensure that our supply chain fulfills our commitment to respect human rights through responsible sourcing practices.
Corning is committed to policies and procedures that promote human rights compliance in our operations and in our supply chain.
At Corning, we pledge to uphold the highest standards for fundamental human rights and view them as a key component of a socially responsible supply chain.
Protecting the privacy of personal and business data within our supplier network is a key priority at Corning.
The purpose of this policy is to minimize the risk of Corning confidential information being lost or stolen through interactions with suppliers, contractors, and consultants.
Suppliers, and other relevant stakeholders, can submit any questions or report any violation or grievance to Corning's confidential and anonymous Code of Conduct Line 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
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