The Toro Company (Toro) strongly opposes the use of child, slave and forced labor, and participation in human trafficking by any person or organization, including its suppliers. As a manufacturer doing business globally, Toro is committed to compliance with applicable laws, including California’s Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and the United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act.
Toro’s Code of Conduct (Code) requires all employees to maintain high moral, ethical and legal standards when conducting business, wherever and whenever around the world such business is conducted. Toro conducts Code and Ethics program training and provides multiple ways for its employees to ask for help regarding ethical concerns and to report any misconduct or suspected violation of the Code without fear of retaliation.
Our Supplier Terms of Commerce affirms that Toro is committed to complying with all U.S. and international laws, rules and regulations and expects its suppliers to support that commitment. Our suppliers are required to respect the basic human rights of their own workforce and to certify that its employment practices and work conditions are non-discriminatory and not detrimental to the health and well-being of its employees. Moreover, Toro will not accept parts, components or products from any supplier that utilizes child, convict, forced or indentured labor in its mining, production, manufacturing, contracting or subcontracting processes.