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UN Global Compact Index

Stanley Black and Decker has a longstanding commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues, including human rights, fair labor practices, the environment and anti-corruption. As a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), Stanley Black and Decker supports the UNGC’s ten principles.

We have applied these principles in the strategy and operations of our company, and our action on these topics is expressed throughout our reporting materials—including the CEO letter in our annual ESG report.

This index below describes our commitment and actions including the location of relevant content in our reporting, and our reports, documents and policies that govern our company and put our values into action. Qualitative and quantitative measurements of our targets and performance indicators are included within applicable links contained within this index. Our actions to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's) are also included within applicable links contained within this index.

Human Rights

UNGC Principles 10 Principles of the
UN Global Compact
Commitment and Actions System, Procedures,
Reports and Values
SDG
UNGC Principles
Principle 1 Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights. We recognize that human rights are an integral part of corporate citizenship and we respect and support the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Human Rights Policy Statement - page 1-2

Human Rights Due Diligence Framework - Pages 1-3

UK Modern Slavery Transparency Statement - Pages 1-2

Supplier Handbook - Page 6

Code of Ethics - Page 11

SBD External Website - Human Rights Section of Empower Makers

2020 ESG Report - CEO Message

2020 ESG Report - People - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

2020 ESG Report - People - Human Rights

2020 ESG Report - Product - Sustainable Sourcing

5 - Gender Equality
8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
10 - Reduced Inequalities
16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Principle 2 Businesses should make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses. Human Rights complicity is comparable with direct human rights violation, it is directly addressed in main guidance documents the SBD Code of Business Ethics, in the Human Rights Policy and internally through our due diligence process. Complicity is addressed with zero tolerance, we encourage anyone to report any complicity concern through our non-retaliation anonymous Integrity@SBD Ombud's process. Human Rights Policy Statement - page 1-2

Human Rights Due Diligence Framework - Pages 1-3

UK Modern Slavery Transparency Statement - Pages 1-2

Supplier Handbook - Page 6

Code of Ethics - Page 11

SBD External Website - Human Rights Section of Empower Makers

2020 ESG Report - CEO Message

2020 ESG Report - People - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

2020 ESG Report - People - Human Rights

2020 ESG Report - Product - Sustainable Sourcing

5 - Gender Equality
8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
10 - Reduced Inequalities
16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Labor Standards

UNGC Principles 10 Principles of the
UN Global Compact
Commitment and Actions System, Procedures,
Reports and Values
SDG
UNGC Principles
Principle 3 Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining. SBD respects and supports employees freedom to associate and will engage in constructive dialogue with employees or their chosen representative. Form 10-K "Human Capital Management" Section

Supplier Handbook - page 6 - EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES AND FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION

Code of Ethics - Page 11

Human Rights Policy Statement - Page 1

5 - Gender Equality
8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
10 - Reduced Inequalities
16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Principle 4 Businesses should uphold the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labor. SBD actively takes measures against the use forced, compulsory or child labor in its own organization and expects the same throughout its value chain, such as SBD CSR supplier questionnaires and audits as described in the SBD Supplier Handbook. Supplier Handbook - page 6 - FORCED AND PRISON LABOUR

Code of Ethics - Page 11

Human Rights Policy Statement - Page 1

Supplier Handbook - page 6 - Supplier Audits - page 12 and page 22-35

2020 ESG Report - Product - Sustainable Sourcing

5 - Gender Equality
8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
10 - Reduced Inequalities
16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Principle 5 Businesses should uphold the effective abolition of child labor. SBD commits in its Human Rights Policy to ensure the eradication from child labor with in its organization, SBD expects the same diligence from it's suppliers as outlined in the Supplier Handbook. Supplier Handbook - page 6 - CHILD LABOR

Code of Ethics - Page 11

Human Rights Policy Statement - Page 1

Supplier Handbook - page 6 - Supplier Audits - page 12 and page 22-35

2020 ESG Report - Product - Sustainable Sourcing

5 - Gender Equality
8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
10 - Reduced Inequalities
16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Principle 6 Businesses should uphold the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation. SBD believes it's fundamental to create a global culture of inclusion and diversity with zero tolerance for discrimination. SBD reflects this in its Policies and internal communication, we support the individuality and differences of our employees, and to create an inclusive work environment. SBD support Employee Resource Groups (ERG's) which encourage and support employees to live and share their different background and experiences to support one another. Supplier Handbook - page 6 - EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES AND FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION and COMPENSATION AND WORKING HOURS

Form 10-K "Human Capital Management" Section

Code of Ethics - Page 11

2020 ESG Report - CEO Message

2020 ESG Report - People - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

SBD External Website - Diversity and Inclusion Section

Human Rights Policy Statement - Page 1

Supplier Handbook - page 13 - SUPPLIER DIVERSITY

Supplier Handbook - page 6 - Supplier Audits - page 12 and page 22-35

2020 ESG Report - Product - Sustainable Sourcing

5 - Gender Equality
8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
10 - Reduced Inequalities
16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Environmental Standards

UNGC Principles 10 Principles of the
UN Global Compact
Commitment and Actions System, Procedures,
Reports and Values
SDG
UNGC Principles
Principle 7 Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges. We believe that proactively conducting risk assessments such climate-related scenario analysis allows us to proactively plan for future environmental challenges. SBD External Website - Our Mission - Climate Scenario Planning

SBD External Website - Our Mission - Implementing CSR in Acquired Companies

EHS MS - Hazards and Risks & Aspects and Impacts – Assessment, Prevention and Control (page 12)

2020 Annual Report/10K - RISK FACTORS

Principle 8 Businesses should undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility. Becoming Carbon Positive is a purpose driven goal that supports the need to limit global warming to below 2 degrees C, and ideally 1.5 degrees C. SBD External Website - Create More Sustainable World - Carbon Positive Across Operations by 2030

7 - Affordable & Clean Energy
13 - Climate Action
Although SBD isn't a water intensive organization, we fully believe that setting context based water targets will ensure a focused data driven response to where it is most needed. SBD External Website - Create More Sustainable World - Sustainable Water Use

6 - Clean Water & Sanitization
14 - Life Below Water
Our Zero Waste to Landfill Goal not only aims to divert waste away from landfill it also supports the need to reduce waste at source and instill a culture of 'Responsible Consumption & Production'. SBD External Website - Create More Sustainable World - Zero Waste to Landfill

2020 ESG Report - Planet - Becoming Carbon Positive

2020 ESG Report - Planet - Sustainable Water use

2020 ESG Report - Planet - Zero Waste to Landfill

EHS MS

The New Plastics Economy Global Commitment

Stanley Product Recycling Policy

2020 Annual Report/10K

Greentown Labs

12 - Responsible Consumption & Production
15 - Life on Land
Principle 9 Businesses should encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies. “Innovate with Purpose” is a commitment to invest in circular design, embrace new technologies and procedures, and elevate the sustainability of our complete supply chain to improve the products and services we deliver to society. SBD External Website - Our Mission - Innovate with Purpose

2020 ESG Report - Product - More Sustainable Products

2020 ESG Report - Product - Innovation and Sustainability

2020 ESG Report - Product - Circular Design

Stanley Earth

Stanley Ventures – We’ve invested in some sustainability based companies

Greentown Labs Press Release

9 - Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
12 - Responsible Consumption and Production
17 - Partnerships for the Goals

Anti-Corruption

UNGC Principles 10 Principles of the
UN Global Compact
Commitment and Actions System, Procedures,
Reports and Values
SDG
UNGC Principles
Principle 10 Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery. We have strengthened our anti-corruption policies and increased communication regarding anti-corruption worldwide. We abstain from corrupt practices and always compete fairly for our business opportunities. 2020 ESG Report - Governance - Policies Aligned to Stakeholders

2020 ESG Report - CEO Message

Code of Ethics - Page 16-19 Bribery and Corruption

Conflict Minerals Policy - page 1-3