The resources below contain additional information regarding conflict mineral and PacSci EMC requirements.
- Letter to Suppliers [DOC]
- Conflict Minerals Policy Statement [PPT]
- Blank EICC GeSIDD Template [XLS]
- AIA Conflict Minerals FAQ [PDF]
- AIA Conflict Minerals Reporting Requirements [PDF]
- SEC Conflict Minerals FAQs
- SEC Final Rule
- Disclosing the Use of Conflict Minerals
- Supplier Cybersecurity
- FAQs – Network Penetration Reporting and Contracting for Cloud Services
- NIST Special Publication 800-171
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
Effective, January 1, 2012, it is required for retailers and manufacturers operating in the state of California to make public the steps they have undertaken to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their supply and distribution chain. In line with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657), Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Company (PSEMC) recognizes the pervasiveness of practices that could be construed as slavery and human trafficking and is committed to addressing the issues within PSEMC’s supply chain. PSEMC is in full compliance of the Act, and has included in its supplier audit checklist an item which checks on compliance. PSEMC has also included in its supplier assessments an item in which a supplier verifies they are in compliance. Finally, PSEMC has included in their purchasing Terms and Conditions a statement in which a supplier asserts they are in compliance through acceptance of a Purchase Order from PSEMC.