Good practices


Human Rights and Labor

  1. Suppliers should respect the human rights of their employees and treat them fairly, as well as adhere to the international principles and all applicable laws.
  2. Suppliers must not use forced or involuntary labor.
  3. Suppliers must not use child labor and they should act in accordance with applicable child labor laws.
  4. Suppliers must not discriminate in any condition of employment, such as on the basis of race, skin color, gender, religion, age, disability or etc.

Environment, Health and Safety

  1. Suppliers should commit to sustainability through the efficient use of resources.
  2. Suppliers must strictly conform to all applicable environmental laws, which include health, safety and occupational laws.
  3. Suppliers must make certain that they have safe and proper management of waste, air emissions and wastewater discharges systems in their production procedure. Moreover, the systems must go through a regular assessment.
  4. Suppliers must provide a healthy and safety workplace, including the furnishing of appropriate personal protective equipment for their employees.

Ethics and Legal Requirements

  1. Suppliers must conduct their businesses ethically and strictly in compliance with the relevant laws.
  2. Suppliers must not engage in any form of bribery, or all forms of corruption.
  3. Suppliers must operate their business within fair competition guidelines.
  4. Suppliers must keep accurate business and financial records of all transactions related to their business with the Company and ready to provide such documentation upon request.
  5. Suppliers must protect the Company’s confidential information.

In the event that a supplier violates any provision of the Supplier Code of Conduct, the Company may issue a warning letter and halt or cancel further transactions with the said supplier. In this case, the supplier is not entitled to any compensation from the Company.