BSCI certification requirements
Contents 1. inform managers and suppliers BSCI Code of Conduct.
2. Establish accountability mechanisms to deal with all issues concerning BSCI Code of Conduct in-house organization.
3. appoint one or more managers responsible for implementing the BSCI Code of Conduct.
4. monitoring company compliance with BSCI Code of Conduct, and to implement the necessary changes within the company premises.
Second, staff awareness:
1. Principles declare their support to the employees of the BSCI Code of Conduct, its employees and its subcontractors and employees described the teachings about the BSCI code of conduct. BSCI Code of Conduct companies must be fully translated into the appropriate local language, and paste it in a prominent place factories and other premises. It must be understood in the language of employees to staff the oral presentation about the BSCI Code of Conduct and to give relevant information.
2. Regular staff training on workplace safety, as well as allow them to understand the impact of their activities on humans and the environment.
Third, keep a record of:
1. Keep the names of all employees, age, working hours and wages, and to produce these records when requested BSCI auditors can always surrender.
2. Record all potentially dangerous goods and hazardous material locations.
3. The monitoring and maintenance of security devices and appliances.
4. constantly update the relevant statutory requirements and regulations documented.
Fourth, complaints and corrective measures:
1. designate an employee responsible for handling complaints related to BSCI issues.
2. record and investigate complaints about employees or third parties BSCI issues, and report on complaints as well as the necessary corrective measures are taken.
3. ready to take the necessary corrective measures resources.
4. Avoid taking expulsion or other disciplinary action to those employees of the BSCI Code of Conduct for comment.
Fifth, suppliers and subcontractors:
1. The use of social responsibility standards and compliance with the BSCI Code of Conduct as conditions for all suppliers to sign a contract.
2. require suppliers to regularly report on their progress in implementing the BSCI code of conduct.
4. Provide information on their activities and production sites for BSCI members.
5. allow organizations representing BSCI members at any time, review them and their subcontractors under premises, whether with advance notice.
6. The consequences of non-compliance: if the supplier failed to meet the requirements of BSCI Code of Conduct, and if sufficient time was not able to agree on and implement solutions implemented BSCI members can opt out of current production, cancel corresponding contracts, suspend future contracts and / or terminate the business relationship with the supplier. If the results of the review showed that supplier did not fully comply with BSCI Code of Conduct, the supplier must take immediate corrective action specified. Time frames for implementation of corrective measures will be agreed upon with the supplier auditor, but not more than 12 months. If you have previously been excluded inconsistent with suppliers later showed that it can fully comply with BSCI Code of Conduct, you can restore the previous business relationships in principle.
BSCI standard certification / audits
Enterprise social norms can be simplified and unified audit requirements and independent regulatory procedures, to avoid duplication process; effectively optimize the working conditions in the global supply chain, thereby improving product quality and employee initiative; through the efficient implementation of the program to reduce costs; upgrade supplier of productivity and competitiveness.
BSCI audit assessment criteria
Corporate social policy review codes of conduct built on:
International Labour Organization (ILO) core labor standards
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
The United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination
United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
BSCI Code of Conduct Corporate Social norms audit requirements:
Freedom of association and collective bargaining rights
Prohibition of discrimination
Compliance with working hours regulations
Compliance with health and safety in the work environment
Prohibition of child labor (mainland China: persons under 16 years of age; Hong Kong: persons under 15 years of age)
Prohibit the use of forced labor and disciplinary
Compliance with management system requirements
Compliance with environmental and safety issues
Benefit BSCI audits corporate social norms
Launched in late 2004 corporate social norms Audit (BSCI) is a cross retailers, brand manufacturers and importers of the review process. BSCI is provided as the International Labour Organization (ILO) and to provide a single uniform implementation procedures for the global management of the machine manufacturers and other internationally recognized labor standards based on common code of conduct. The purpose of the audit is to continue to improve the social performance of suppliers to achieve SA8000 certification of equal or best practices to continually improve working conditions in factories.