MIGHT ELECTRONIC CO., LTD. strictly abides by the terms of the social responsibility statement, makes the following commitments under the SA8000 Standard and relevant government laws and regulations, and is open to receiving supervision from corporate employees and relevant departments; at the same time, to increase CSR awareness of our supplier, suppliers are required to conduct self-inspection according to this statement, and jointly establish a strong and functional supply chain.
1.1 All business activities should follow the standards of integrity, prohibit any form of corruption, extortion, embezzlement of public money, money laundering, etc., and implement monitoring and strengthening procedures to ensure compliance with the requirements of anti-corruption management.
1.2 Bribery or other forms of improper benefits shall not be offered or accepted, and the value of gifts should be moderate.
1.3 Disclose information about business activities, organizational structure, financial condition, and performance under applicable regulations and prevailing industry practices.
1.4 Intellectual property rights (IPR) must always be respected, and they must be appropriately protected through the transfer of technology and industry know-how.
1.5 Standards for fair trade, advertising, and competition should be established, and corporates need to take precautions to secure client information.
1.6 Procedures must be established to ensure the confidentiality and identities of suppliers or internal whistleblowers.
2.1 Protection of child labor and young workers
2.1.1 Corporates shall not use or support the use of child labor.
2.1.2 If children are found to be engaged in work that meets the definition of child labor, the corporate shall establish, record, and retain policies and written procedures aimed at the relief of these children, and effectively communicate them to employees and stakeholders. The corporate shall also provide adequate financial and other support to these children to enable them to attend school up to the age of a child as defined above.
2.1.3 Corporate can employ juvenile workers, but it must file with the local government labor department under the regulations and establish a list of juvenile workers.
2.1.4 Corporate shall not arrange juvenile workers to engage in poisonous, harmful, special jobs and other environments or positions that are unsafe or dangerous to their physical and mental health and development, and shall not be arranged to work at night.
2.1.5 Corporate must arrange for juvenile workers to undergo physical examinations before, during, and after leaving the position and cover the medical examination fees.
2.2 Forced and Compulsory Labor
2.2.1 Corporate shall not use or support forced and compulsory labor, nor require employees to pay a “deposit” or deposit identity documents at the beginning of employment.
2.2.2 Corporate and the entities that provide labor to it shall not withhold part of the wages, benefits, property, or documents of the workers to force the employees to continue working.
2.2.3 Employees have the right to leave the workplace after completing their standard working hours. Employees are free to terminate their employment contract after giving the company a reasonable period of notice.
2.3 Requirements for working time and rest time
2.3.1 Corporate shall comply with applicable laws and industry standards regarding working hours and public holidays;
2.3.2 The standard working week (excluding overtime hours) shall not exceed forty-eight hours in accordance with the law.
2.3.3 Employees must have at least one day off for every six consecutive working days, and all overtime work must be voluntary.
2.3.4 Corporate must establish an overtime risk management mechanism to ensure the physical and mental health of employees to achieve sustainable development.
2.4 Basic salary guarantee and social insurance
2.4.1 The wages paid by corporate to all employees shall meet the minimum wage standard stipulated by the local government, and shall at least pay employees according to the welfare treatment stipulated by national legal standards.
2.4.2 Overtime wages shall be paid as required by law.
2.4.3 When employing, the working conditions, wages, and treatment, as well as the payment term of wages shall be stipulated in advance in a language that the employees can understand and in written form. Wages cannot be withheld as a punishment for employees, and any deductions should be made clear to employees.
2.4.4 The wage payment time shall be operated in accordance with local government regulations, and no arrears or delays shall be allowed.
2.4.5 Corporate shall enroll employees in social insurance, work-related injury insurance, and insurance stipulated by local laws or governments, and pay corresponding insurance premiums in accordance with the law.
2.5 Establish a system to protect the rights and interests of employees
2.5.1 Corporate shall establish rules and regulations to protect employees’ rights in accordance with the law, including working hours, vacations, wage payment, remuneration, labor discipline, dismissal, and related rights and interests. And publicize these systems through appropriate means, and employees can check them at any time.
2.5.2 Corporate should establish a vocational training system, and carry out vocational training for workers in a planned way according to the actual situation of the unit.
2.6 Labor contract
2.6.1 Corporate shall sign labor contracts with employees. The establishment and modification of labor contracts shall follow the principles of equality, voluntariness, and consensus through consultation, and shall not violate the provisions of laws and administrative regulations.
2.6.2 Corporate shall terminate the employee’s labor contract in accordance with the law, and notify and compensate the parties in writing in advance in accordance with the law.
2.7 Protection of Women’s Rights and Interests
2.7.1 Except for the types of work or posts that are not suitable for women according to local regulations, women enjoy equal employment opportunities with men.
2.7.2 Corporate shall prohibit arranging female employees to engage in taboo labor stipulated by local regulations.
2.7.3 Corporate shall prohibit arranging female employees to engage in high altitude, low temperature, cold water operations, and taboo labor stipulated by local regulations during menstruation.
2.7.4 Corporate shall prohibit arranging female employees to engage in local taboo labor during pregnancy; female employees are entitled to no less than 90 days of maternity leave.
2.7.5 Corporate shall prohibit arranging female employees to engage in local taboo labor while breastfeeding babies under one year old, and arrange extended working hours and night shift labor.
2.8 Disciplinary measures
2.8.1 Corporate shall treat all personnel with dignity and respect. It shall not engage in or support corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion, and verbal insults, nor shall it treat workers in a rough or inhumane manner.
2.9 No discriminatory systems and behaviors
2.9.1 In matters related to hiring, remuneration, training opportunities, promotion, dismissal, or retirement, the company shall not engage in or support the responsibility, marital status, union membership, political opinion, age, or other discrimination.
2.9.2 Corporate should respect employees of different races and different religious beliefs, and provide necessary convenience and conditions in customs.
2.9.3 Corporate cannot allow any threats, abuse, exploitation, or forced sexual harassment in the workplace, residences, and other places provided by the company for employees, including gestures, language, and physical contact.
2.9.4 Corporate shall not require employees to take pregnancy or virginity tests under any circumstances.
2.10 Respect employees’ right to association and equal consultation and communication
2.10.1 Corporate should have organizations that can represent and safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of employees and can carry out activities independently and independently according to law (such as trade unions, workers’ congresses, clubs, and other communication channels)
2.10.2 Employees have the right to participate in democratic management or to enjoy equal consultations to protect legitimate rights and interests through employee conferences, employee representatives, or other forms in accordance with the law.
2.10.3 Corporate shall ensure that personnel participating in workers’ organizations and workers’ representatives will not be discriminated against, harassed, coerced, or retaliated against because of trade union membership or participation in trade union activities, and employee representatives may maintain contact with the employees they represent at the workplace.
3.1 Safe and healthy working conditions
3.1.1 Corporate shall provide a safe and healthy working environment based on the knowledge of general industry hazards and any specific hazards, and shall take effective measures to minimize the potential hazards in the working environment under possible conditions, to avoid health hazards at work or as a result of work-occurring or work-related accidents.
3.1.2 Corporate shall provide employees with effective health and safety instructions on a regular basis, including on-site instructions and (if necessary) special work instructions.
3.1.3 Employees shall receive appropriate and sufficient health and safety training so that they are fully aware of the hazards associated with the work process and working environment, and how to minimize the hazards. Training should be carried out for new recruits, transferees, and those at the site of the accident.
3.1.4 Corporate shall establish a mechanism to detect, prevent and respond to potential threats to the health and safety of any employee. It shall maintain written records of all incidents that occur in the workplace and corporate-controlled residences and property.
3.1.5 Corporate shall provide labor safety and sanitation conditions and necessary labor protection articles in compliance with local regulations, conduct regular health checks for employees engaged in occupational hazard operations, and provide special training for employees engaged in special operations that require special operation qualifications.
3.1.6 If an employee is injured at work, corporate shall provide first aid and assist the worker to obtain follow-up treatment.
3.1.7 Corporate shall assess all risks to pregnant women other than work activities, and ensure that reasonable measures are taken to eliminate or reduce risks to their health and safety.
3.1.8 Corporate shall provide all employees with clean and hygienic toilet facilities, drinking water, and sanitary facilities for storing food when necessary.
3.1.9 If the corporate provides staff dormitories, it shall ensure that the dormitory facilities are clean, safe, and able to meet the basic needs of the staff.
3.1.10 All personnel should have the right to leave imminent serious danger, even without permission.
3.1.11 Emergency situations and incidents shall be identified and assessed and their impact minimized by implementing emergency plans and procedures including emergency reporting, employee notification and evacuation procedures, worker training and drills, appropriate fire detection and suppression installations, adequate export facilities, and recovery plans.
3.1.12 Corporate should establish work-related injury investigation, analysis, and statistical processes to reduce the incidence of accidents and work-related injuries.
4.1 Environmental protection
4.1.1 Corporate should be certified under all necessary environmental permits (such as discharge monitoring), approval documents, and registration certificates shall be obtained, maintained, and updated, and the operating and reporting requirements of the permits shall be complied with.
4.1.2 The chemical substances and other substances that cause danger when released into the environment shall be identified and controlled to ensure the substances are handled, transported, stored, used, recycled or reused, and disposed of safely.
4.1.3 Wastewater and solid waste generated from operations, industrial processing, and sanitation facilities shall be classified, monitored, controlled, and treated according to requirements before discharge or disposal.
4.1.4 Volatile organic chemical substances, aerosols, particulates, ozone chemical consumables, and combustion by-product wind and air emissions generated during operation shall be identified, monitored, controlled, and treated as required before being discharged.
4.1.5 Corporate shall comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and customer requirements regarding the prohibition or restriction of specific substances, including labeling for recycling and disposal.
4.2 Energy saving and emission reduction
4.2.1 Corporate shall reduce and eliminate all types of consumption (including energy such as water, electricity, natural gas, and paper) at the source or through practices (such as improving productivity, maintaining facility processes, replacing materials, saving natural resources, recycling, and reusing materials).
4.2.2 Corporate should continue to introduce new technologies and products in terms of energy saving, material saving, and land saving.
4.2.3 Corporates should increase the proportion of green energy and new energy used, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and achieve a low-carbon economy.
4.2.4 Corporate should improve equipment efficiency, reduce product energy consumption, promote dynamic energy conservation, and reduce travel and traffic.
4.2.5 Corporate should promote the standardization of packaging and realize visual green packaging and logistics.
5.1 Corporate should refer to this statement to manage suppliers/subcontractors, including but not limited to auditing, tracking improvement, influence, training, risk management, etc.
5.2 Corporate shall keep appropriate records to prove the supplier/subcontractor’s commitment to social responsibility, including but not limited to contractual agreements and/or written commitments,
5.3 Corporate shall establish, maintain, and document appropriate procedures for evaluating and selecting suppliers/subcontractors for their ability and commitment to meet the requirements of this standard.
5.4 Corporate shall try its best to ensure that the suppliers and subcontractors can meet the requirements of this standard within the scope of its control and influence.
6.1 New suppliers should refer to this statement and conduct certification according to the supplier assessment standards. If they fail to meet the requirements, they must provide an improvement plan to ameliorate within a specified time, otherwise, they will be disqualified. Under the same conditions in all aspects, companies with better performance in social responsibility are given priority as our cooperative suppliers.
6.2 Existing suppliers must refer to this statement and conduct self-inspection or certification according to the self-inspection checklist, and include the disqualified items in the annual key audit. If they fail to meet our requirements, they must provide an improvement plan to ameliorate within a specified time.
6.3 Our company encourages and guides suppliers to fully meet the requirements of this statement.
6.4 This statement shall abide by all applicable national, state, and local laws. If the statement contradicts the laws, the higher standard that complies with governmental requirements shall apply. If there is no contradiction between legal terms and this statement, but the content of the provisions differs, the words that best protect the interests of employees shall be adopted.
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