ETI is not a regulatory body and nor do we sanction a company member if they discover labour rights issues in their supply chain. However, we take seriously any infringement of the ETI Base Code. We expect our members to respond constructively to allegations and investigate them, as a matter of good practice. If the allegations are proved correct, the company should put in place an urgent plan of action to remedy the situation. We expect our members to engage with ETI and keep us informed throughout, drawing on our support where needed. We also have a disciplinary procedure to ensure that corrective action is taken, if a member is in serious breach of its membership commitments.