Compliance

Labor

VIAVI recognizes the importance of maintaining, respecting and promoting fundamental human rights in all of our operations and throughout our supply chain. VIAVI strives to comply with all laws permitting freedom of association and prohibiting child labor, human trafficking and forced labor and expects our business partners and suppliers to do the same.

Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and the UK Modern Slavery Act of 2015 requires manufacturers and retailers to disclose information about their efforts to eliminate slavery and human trafficking from their supply chains.


Ethical Conduct

Code of Business Conduct

At VIAVI, we realize that being a responsible global citizen is about more than just complying with local regulations. It’s about how we do business, and how our organization’s activities affect the people and communities where we live and work. From assessing and continually reducing our environmental impact, to ensuring clean and safe working conditions for our employees and suppliers, VIAVI takes our responsibility to the global community seriously.

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Channel Partner Code of Conduct 

The VIAVI Channel Partner Code of Conduct outlines the principles of no bribery, antitrust compliance, health and safety and environmental compliance, and many others that emphasize our expectations of partner integrity.

View Channel Partner Code of Conduct

Insider Trading Policy

VIAVI complies with securities regulations and has established certain protocols to help prevent misuse of confidential, non-public information. VIAVI expects its Section 16 directors and officers, all employees, contractors and other insiders to adhere to its Insider Trading Policy and observe restrictions on trading.

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Reporting Hotline 

We have an anonymous hotline to encourage employees to report potential violations to our Internal Audit and Legal Departments, and the Audit Committee of our Board.

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Supply Chain

VIAVI is committed to conducting business ethically and with the highest regard for employees throughout our supply chain and to help us to maintain compliance with ethics and labor regulations worldwide. We use numerous internal and external tracking systems globally to help us maintain legal and regulatory compliance with changing ethics and labor issues.

Conflict Minerals

VIAVI and its subsidiaries are committed to sourcing components and materials from companies that share our values regarding respect for human rights, integrity, and environmental responsibility.

VIAVI is committed to complying with the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas, as well as the applicable requirements of Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act, which aims to prevent the use of minerals that directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or in adjoining countries (conflict minerals). 

VIAVI suppliers are required to commit to conducting due diligence on the origin and chain of custody of minerals in accordance with OECD guidance to help ensure that smelters and refiners in their supply chain sourcing minerals from conflict-affected and high-risk areas are either compliant with the Responsible Minerals Assurance Process assessment protocols or are actively working towards becoming compliant. Click here to view our latest Form SD Report and annual Conflict Minerals Report. Click here to view our latest Form SD Report and annual Conflict Minerals Report.

For more information on the VIAVI conflict minerals program, contact: conflictminerals@viavisolutions.com.


International Trade

The ability to freely conduct international business is critical to VIAVI.  Consequently, VIAVI strives to comply with international import and export laws and regulations knowing that violations of these laws can have a material impact on our success.  Many departments within VIAVI can impact the company’s trade compliance.  Employees are trained and expected to adhere to, not only the U.S. regulations, but the regulations of any other country involved in any transaction.  These laws include:

  • Customs laws – declaring and marking correct counties of origin, valuations and product classifications.
  • Export Control laws – remembering exports include physical export of product or software, granting system access to a foreign person or even sharing information with a foreign person within the U.S.
  • Embargoes and Sanctions – complying with U.S. embargoes and sanctions whether of countries or restricted individuals and entities.
  • Antiboycott – not participating in any business which violates U.S. Antiboycott laws and regulations.