Broadcom is committed to ethical business conduct and the responsible sourcing of materials throughout our global supply chain. We hold our suppliers to high standards to constantly improve our supply chain and positively impact the world around us while building better technology.
Broadcom’s goal is to help build a responsible, resilient, and reliable supply chain.
Supplier Environmental and Social Responsibility Code of Conduct
Broadcom’s Supplier Environment and Social Responsibility Code of Conduct requires our suppliers to comply with the law and conduct business in an ethical, legal and responsible manner. We expect our suppliers to comply with the same high standards to which we hold ourselves.
Broadcom is committed to socially responsible sourcing of conflict minerals, specifically the tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold (3TG) incorporated into Broadcom’s products. We expect our suppliers to comply with the Responsible Business Alliance Code of Conduct and to conduct their business in alignment with our supply chain responsibility expectations. Broadcom has a team in our Global Quality organization who manages our Conflict Minerals Policy.
See the above Conflict Minerals Policy and the Conflict Minerals reports at the bottom of this page for more information. Inquiries regarding our Conflict Minerals Policy may be made to: Conflict.Minerals@Broadcom.com.
Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery
Broadcom is committed to respecting human rights and avoiding complicity in any human rights abuse throughout our company, operations, supply chain and communities.
We comply with applicable labor laws, including wage and hour laws, and we expect our business partners to do the same. We expect our suppliers to implement the Broadcom Supplier Environmental and Social Responsibility Code of Conduct, which provides clarity with respect to labor, health and safety, environmental, and anti-corruption expectations of our suppliers, or a code with substantially equivalent terms.
We also comply with the U.S. federal government’s requirements for government contractors as set forth in our Broadcom Combating Trafficking in Persons Compliance Plan.
See our Statement Against Slavery and Human Trafficking below for more information.
Broadcom seeks sources of supply for goods and services from various Small and Small Disadvantaged Businesses, as well as (but not limited to) Minority Owned, Woman-Owned, HUBZone, Veteran-Owned, and Service-Disabled Veteran Owned, that are able to provide quality goods and services in a timely and competitive manner.
For more information on being a Broadcom supplier, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.