SB 657 Disclosure Search
Internet search tool locates corporate SB 657 disclosure statements
Enter a company name to find their SB 657 disclosure statement
About SB 657
In September 2010, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB 657) was signed into law requiring retail sellers and manufacturers that do business in California and have over $100 million in gross annual receipts to publicly disclose their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their supply chains. Our search tool allows you to find corporate SB 657 disclosure statements.
In April 2015 the Attorney General of California released guidance to to help companies understand how to comply with SB 657 requirements. This guidance clarified how corporate disclosure statements should be formatted: “All disclosures must be posted on the company’s website and accessible by a ‘conspicuous and easily understood’ homepage link.”
To locate available compliance statements more easily, KnowTheChain developed a search tool that uses requirements outlined in the Attorney General’s guidance to facilitate a more efficient internet search.
We recognize that this search tool does not fully reflect all companies subject to SB-657 and may reflect some companies not subject to the law. With the public information available, it is impossible to definitively determine all of the companies that are subject to SB 657.