SemiConductor Devices

Supplier's Code of Conduct

Supplier's Code of Conduct


Corporate responsibility is the key to SCD's long term success.

SCD is committed to promoting its core values in respect of human and personal rights, labor, environmental and anti-corruption practices.

SCD is determined to ensure the highest standards of responsibility throughout its activity and operations, including its supply chain.

Wherever suppliers are located, all business shall be conducted in a manner compatible with this Supplier's Code of Conduct. Suppliers are also expected to cascade these principles through their own supply chain.


General Disclaimer

This Supplier's Code of Conduct is in no way intended to conflict with or modify the terms and conditions of any existing contract. Unless otherwise stated in such contract, in the event of a conflict, suppliers shall adhere to the contract terms.


Table of Contents:

I.             Compliance with Laws

II.            Human Rights

III.           Employment Practices

IV.          Anti-Corruption

V.            Conflict of Interest

VI.          Information Protection and Privacy

VII.         Environment, Health, and Safety

VIII.        Global Trade Compliance

IX.           Quality

X.            Ethics Program Expectations

XI.           Right to Audit




I. Compliance with Laws

We require our suppliers to maintain full compliance with all laws and regulations applicable to their business.

When conducting international business, or if their primary place of business is outside of Israel, suppliers must comply with the local AND applicable laws and regulations.

Maintain Accurate Records

We expect suppliers to create accurate records, and not alter any record entry to conceal or misrepresent the underlying transaction represented by it. All records, regardless of format, made or received as evidence of a business transaction must fully and accurately represent the transaction or event being documented.

When a record is no longer needed to conduct current business, records should still be retained based on the applicable retention requirements.


II. Human Rights

We expect our suppliers to treat people with respect and dignity, encourage diversity, remain receptive to diverse opinions, promote equal opportunity for all, condemn, fight and prevent discrimination of any type and foster an inclusive and ethical culture.

A. Child Labor

We expect our suppliers to ensure that illegal child labor is not used in the performance of work. The term “child” refers to any person under the minimum legal age for employment where the work is performed.

B. Human Trafficking

Suppliers must adhere to regulations prohibiting human trafficking, and comply with all applicable local laws in the country or countries in which they operate. Suppliers must refrain from violating the rights of others and address any adverse human rights impacts of their operations. Suppliers must educate employees on prohibited trafficking activities, discipline employees found to have violated the law or rules, and notify the contracting officer of violations and action taken against employees.

Specifically, but not only, suppliers will be prohibited from the following in all contracts:

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