- PURPOSE & SCOPE
and manufactory. In
order to have a social responsibility towards the
people involved in production processes has set up
a “Code of Conduct”.
Human Rights” is the normative element of this “Code
need to follow our national laws.
If any contradiction is found between the supplier’s
national laws and this Code of
Conduct, please inform ours
for follow up.
- (1) Child
avoids doing business with any company engaged in
using child labour in any part of the production.
Child labour is understood as work done by
a child according to regulations mentioned in ILO
Convention 138 article 2-4.
In the event that a child would be found working
for a supplier or subcontractor, we do request that
a satisfactory solution to improve the child’s situation
will be found.
This solution must contain seizure off labour,
as well as responsibility by the supplier to secure
basic education to the child in question.
will not work with companies engaged in the use of
forced labour (personnel who have not offered their
labour voluntarily) or who suffer illegal restriction
(not being free to withdrawn from the labour contract).
will refrain from doing business with companies engaged
in the use of corporal punishment, mental or physical
coercion or any other kind of abuse or humiliation
suppliers should provide the workers a healthy working
environment and appropriate sanitary facilities. A
system to detect, avoid or respond to potential threats
should also be established for their health and safety.
of Association & Collective Bargaining
emphasizes that under any conditions, workers have
the right to freedom of association and bargaining
expects their suppliers to hire the personnel based
on the working capabilities and skills, without any
discrimination on gender, religion, race, etc.
Working Hours & Compensation
emphasizes with their suppliers that wages need to
be paid in compliance with local laws and meet the
legal minimum standards.
The salaries should be sufficient to meet the
basic living needs and to provide extra discretionary
The working hours for the personnel shall not
exceed the legal limits in the country and overtime
work needs to be properly remunerated.
Personnel should be allowed at least one free
day in every seven day period
its suppliers and manufacturers to go through and
distribute this Code of Conduct to all relevant personnel
engaged in working with our orders.
Trust & Cooperation
expects and encourages all suppliers to respect these
Suppliers are expected do their utmost to work
towards their complete implementation.
This applies to any possible subcontractor
reserves the right to conduct audits held by their
auditing team or third party auditors, to monitor
and ensure the proper compliance with this Code of
has the right to terminate the business relationship
if the supplier is failing to comply with these ethical
standards and does not take corrective measure in
In case of minor non-conformance, corrective
measures should be taken within an agreed time limit.