Reynolds Consumer Products Canada Inc. promotes business practices and policies that show respect for the value of all human beings. It requires that its suppliers do so as well. All Reynolds Consumer Products Canada and supplier locations shall provide a safe working environment to all employees, which includes proper training, appropriate equipment to safely perform the job and a clean environment where safe behaviour is emphasized.
All Reynolds Canada and supplier locations shall also maintain conditions of employment where all workers are free to choose employment, where there is no forced, bonded or involuntary labour, and where there is no use of child labour. There shall be no discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training, promotion, termination or retirement based on age, gender, race, colour, caste, national origin, disability, religion or veteran status.
Regardless of culture, community or country, Reynolds will not use any supplier that is involved in or associated with human trafficking, bonded labour, involuntary servitude, use of child labour or sexual slavery. Reynolds maintains a diligent supplier control program specifically evaluating its suppliers and validating their compliance with these standards. In the event any supplier audit finds evidence that the supplier is in violation of Reynolds Social Accountability and Ethical Treatment Policy, the supplier relationship will be terminated or suspended until such time as the supplier comes into full compliance.