产自危险或不安全的工作条件中，包括被 Bangladesh Accord 视为不合格的工厂
Supply chain standards
In addition to complying with other program policies, Amazon expects all products that are sold in the Amazon Store or provided to Amazon to be manufactured or produced in accordance with Amazon’s supply chain standards. Our standards include the Amazon supplier code of conduct, which requires that products be manufactured in safe, healthy, and inclusive work environments.
We will not allow products in the Amazon Store that are made:
Using forced, indentured, or child labor, including products:
Identified as such by U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Made with cotton sourced from Turkmenistan or Uzbekistan (for more information, see the Responsible Sourcing Network cotton pledge)
In hazardous or unsafe working conditions, including in those factories deemed ineligible under the Bangladesh Accord
In a facility where workers were subject to discrimination or abuse (physical, verbal, or psychological)
Amazon evaluates credible allegations or reports of the above.
If Amazon has reason to suspect certain products do not meet our supply chain standards, we may request the following from you:
Demonstration of policies that align with Amazon’s supply chain standards
Auditing protocols, processes for assessing facility working conditions, or participation in an approved industry association that requires factory monitoring
Factory information for where products are produced or manufactured
Unannounced audits of the factory in question, potentially including unsupervised worker interviews
If you supply a product in violation of the law or any of Amazon’s policies, including those produced in violation of Amazon’s supply chain standards, we will take corrective actions, as appropriate. These include, but are not limited to, returning inventory at your expense, immediately suspending or terminating selling privileges, destroying inventory in our fulfillment centers without reimbursement, or terminating the business relationship.