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    Supply Chain Transparency


    Eastman Kodak Company (“Kodak”) believes that doing business on a global basis means acting right by customers, employees, and its neighbors in every location it operates. The operation of Kodak facilities, as well as those operated by our suppliers, should increase value by developing the individual, supporting the well being of the community, and promoting respect for the environment.
     
    Kodak expects its suppliers to contribute to these goals. Accordingly, Kodak suppliers are required to act according to Kodak’s Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Supplier Performance Standard. They must also comply with the Code of Conduct of the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), of which Kodak is a member, and Kodak’s Corporate Responsibility Principles. EICC standards outline practices expressly geared toward upholding the dignity and respect of workers and prohibiting the use of forced, bonded, indentured labor or involuntary prison labor. The Company has developed processes to review its supply chain to identify potential risk areas, require adherence with the principles stated in the above documents as part of its contractual relations with suppliers, require Suppliers to certify that they will comply with applicable laws and regulations in any country in which they operate, and directly evaluate compliance as a basis for their continued association with Kodak. Suppliers may be subject to audit, with reasonable notice, by a third party under the EICC Validated Audit Program and/or by Kodak directly. Within Kodak, employees responsible for procurement receive training on both EICC member requirements and expectations outlined in the Kodak HSE Supplier Performance Standard and Corporate Responsibility Principles.