Corporate Social Responsibility
Just as we continually strive to create high-performing and innovative products, we also seek to follow the law on social issues important to our employees, shareholders and customers. This includes raising awareness with our employees and within our supply chain about how we can make the right decisions on issues like product safety and work environments affecting those who help us make our products.
"We conduct our global business honestly, ethically and legally, believing that good ethics is good business." This is the foundation of Callaway's policy of respecting internationally recognized human rights throughout our global operations; a policy that considers the principles described in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).
View the Company’s Human Rights Policy
Transparency in Supply Chains Act and UK Modern Day Slavery Act
Effective January 1, 2012, revised July 8, 2016
About This Policy
This policy describes Callaway Golf Company's ("the Company") response to California's "Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010" and the United Kingdom "Modern Slavery Act 2015". On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) went into effect in the State of California. The UK Modern Slavery Act came into force in October 2015. These laws describe the information to be made available by manufacturers and retailers regarding their efforts (if any) to address the issue of slavery and human trafficking. Click to view California's Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010. Click to view UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015.
Corporate and Supplier Codes Of Conduct
Company Code of Conduct
The Company's Code of Conduct is part of Callaway Golf Company's effort to conduct its global business legally. The Code applies to all board members, officers and employees of the Company and its subsidiaries. All Company employees are required to comply with the Company's Code of Conduct, which includes provisions designed to address the principle that child, prison, or forced labor are not permitted at any Company supplier operation. The Company's Code of Conduct is applicable throughout the world, and the Company trains employees on these standards from time to time, including new hire training for all incoming employees and ongoing training of all company employees and management who have direct responsibility for supply chain management. This ongoing training specifically addresses education on human trafficking and slavery prohibitions within the product supply chain.
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Supplier Code of Conduct
The Company has also adopted and implemented a "Supplier Code of Conduct." The Supplier Code of Conduct describes the business practices and employment standards applicable to the Company’s direct suppliers on a global basis.
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Callaway Golf strives to follow the applicable law on socially responsible business practices among our employees and throughout our supply chain. Our Supplier Code of Conduct is designed to educate our suppliers about the importance of providing safe working conditions, treating workers with respect and using responsible manufacturing processes. If you have any questions about our supplier responsibility efforts, please send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Company's audit program evaluates suppliers' compliance with the Company's Supplier Code of Conduct. Various types of announced audits are conducted under this program, including onsite audits conducted or attended by Company personnel, collaborative or self-audits, and periodic third-party on-site audits of practices and underlying management systems. If deficiencies are identified, suppliers are directed to produce corrective action plans. The corrective action plans typically outline how a supplier will resolve issues uncovered in audits. If any compliance issues are identified, the Company may terminate the supplier relationship or will require action by the supplier to rectify the problem within a designated timeframe.
Currently, site audits are scheduled at most direct supplier sites every two years. These audits are conducted by the Company or by a third party auditing company. The audits are semi-announced audits. This means that the suppliers are given a window of time when the audit will take place, but the exact date of the audit within the timeframe is unannounced.
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Conflict Free Sourcing
The Company has policies and procedures to reasonably assure that the use of the tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold in the products manufactured do not directly or indirectly finance armed groups in Covered Countries as defined by the Conflict Minerals Rule issued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. Click to view the Company’s Conflict Mineral Policy.
Reporting Human Rights Violations
If human rights violations are suspected at a Company facility or a facility supplying product to the Company, please contact us at email@example.com. Violations can also be reported by calling +1 (760) 931-1771 and requesting to speak with the Chief Ethics Officer.
How To Contact Us
If you have any questions about this policy you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to write to us, our U.S. address is:
Callaway Golf Company
2180 Rutherford Road,
Carlsbad, California 92008