If Amneal has reason to believe that a supplier is not in compliance with our agreement, policies, or applicable laws and regulations the Company will provide the supplier the opportunity to remedy the non-compliance and provide Amneal sufficient evidence to demonstrate the corrective action. If the supplier does not remedy the non-compliance, or if the corrective action cannot be verified by Amneal, the Company will seek to eliminate the supplier from its supply chain.

Amneal is committed to establishing itself as a leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of generic and specialty prescription pharmaceutical products, while attaining the highest levels of quality, safety and business ethics. To achieve this goal, Amneal recognizes that its business partners must also maintain appropriate ethical and professional standards, including compliance with applicable labor laws.

Verifying of Supply Chains and Supplier Audits

As part of Amneal’s overall commitment to the quality of our products, the Company conducts periodic audits of our suppliers. These audits are conducted by both in-house and third party audit professionals utilizing a risk-based assessment of our supply chain. Risk levels are assigned based upon Amneal’s knowledge of the industry and the country of origin of the materials we purchase.  This risk-based assessment is conducted by the Company’s Quality, Legal, Security, Internal Audit, and Corporate Compliance Functions.

Amneal has not employed a third party to evaluate and address risks of human trafficking and slavery in its supply chain.

Certification

Amneal contracts with its direct material and service providers and specifies within those contracts that its business partners must comply with all applicable laws, the providers’ standard operating procedures, and consistently high standards of professionalism. Amneal direct suppliers are not currently required to certify that all materials incorporated into their products were sourced, processed and manufactured in compliance with the human trafficking and slavery laws of the country or countries in which they operate.

If Amneal has reason to believe that a supplier is not in compliance with our agreement, policies, or applicable laws and regulations the Company will provide the supplier the opportunity to remedy the non-compliance and provide Amneal sufficient evidence to demonstrate the corrective action. If the supplier does not remedy the non-compliance, or if the corrective action cannot be verified by Amneal, the Company will seek to eliminate the supplier from its supply chain.

Training

Amneal’s procurement personnel are trained to identify and respond to supply chain risks such as child or forced labor as part of the procurement process.  Additionally, all Amneal employees are required to acknowledge and adhere to the Company’s Code of Conduct. Violations of the Amneal Code of Conduct may result in disciplinary action up to, and including, termination of employment.

Standards

The company’s Code of Business Conduct and Corporate Compliance Program require Amneal employees to comply with all applicable laws and regulations, as well as company policies and procedures. Amneal has not established specific standards for its employees regarding slavery and human trafficking.

Amneal is committed to achieving the highest standards of integrity and fully complying with all legal and regulatory requirements. The company’s Code of Business Conduct and Corporate Compliance Program serve as a guide for all Amneal employees to maintain those standards. Any questions or comments regarding the company’s business practices should be directed to the Amneal Ethics Hotline at amneal.ethicspoint.com or by telephone at 1-877-412-8817.