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California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure

Cooper Lighting, LLC is committed to assuring that slavery, underage labor, and human trafficking do not exist in its supply chain. Cooper Lighting has implemented contractual requirements that its suppliers comply with all applicable laws, including laws prohibiting slavery, underage labor, and human trafficking. Cooper Lighting uses its internal sourcing professionals to conduct regular audits of its suppliers, including unannounced audits. These audits include evaluation of compliance with laws, including laws prohibiting slavery, underage labor, and human trafficking. Any supplier that fails to comply with laws on slavery, underage labor, and human trafficking is subject to termination of contracts and any outstanding orders.

Likewise, a condition of employment with Cooper Lighting, LLC is agreement to abide by our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct, which requires compliance with all applicable laws in countries in which Cooper Lighting does business. Employees must re-certify annually their agreement to abide by our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct. Training is provided to sourcing professionals on compliance with our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct and the requirements in sourcing contracts and purchase orders to comply with applicable laws, including laws prohibiting slavery, underage labor, and human trafficking.

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