Survey Results: Conflict Minerals


1. Who is responsible for conflict minerals compliance:(Total responses: n=69)
(select all that apply, may total more than 100%)
n=31 (44.93%) Legal department
n=24 (34.78%) Procurement
n=10 (14.49%) Finance
n=9 (13.04%) Other
n=6 (8.70%) Don't know
n=1 (1.45%) Not applicable, we are not an SEC registrant

2. Do you currently expect that you will be required to file a Form SD:(Total responses: n=55)
(select only one)
n=6 (10.91%) No, we do not manufacture or contract to manufacture products
n=5 (9.09%) No, conflict minerals are not necessary to the functionality or production of our products
n=5 (9.09%) Yes, but we expect to conclude that all conflict minerals come from scrap, are recycled or originate outside the covered countries
n=12 (21.82%) Yes, and we expect to rely on "DRC Conflict Undeterminable"
n=3 (5.45%) Yes, and we expect to include an independent audit report
n=23 (41.82%) Don't know
n=1 (1.82%) Not applicable, we are not an SEC registrant

3. If you manufacture or contract to manufacture products and conflict minerals are only contained in your packaging, do you anticipate concluding that packaging is necessary to the functionality or production of your products:(Total responses: n=54)
(select only one)
n=4 (7.41%) Yes
n=6 (11.11%) No
n=15 (27.78%) Don't know
n=29 (53.70%) Not applicable

4. How far along are you in preparing for conflict mineral compliance:(Total responses: n=55)
(select only one)
n=10 (18.18%) We're still in denial
n=37 (67.27%) We've begun to analyze our products, but haven't begun implementing systems
n=1 (1.82%) We've begun to revise our supply contracts to help comply
n=3 (5.45%) We are very far along and don't believe compliance will be a problem
n=1 (1.82%) Don't know
n=3 (5.45%) Not applicable