作为一家在全球范围内支持就业的公司, Aritzia 不仅在我们自己的运营过程中, 而且在合作伙伴的业务中, 都有责任维护人权和促进安全工作场所。Aritzia的供应商行为准则将传达给我们所有的供应链合作伙伴并由其签署.
该《供应商行为守则》是利用既定的国际框架制定的, 例》主要框架之一的 ETI 基本守则。全球时尚界。
准则。监测工作由独立专家进行;访问可以宣布或不宣布, 件不符合我们的标准, Aritzia 将与制造商合作, 件。然后要求制造商在规定的时间范围内证明改进, Aritzia 将提供任何必要的支持, 以纠正任何已发现的问题。作为最后手段, 如果制造商不能或不愿意纠正问题, 我们将重新考虑我们与他们的业务关系。
我们认识到, 全球制造业的长期进步需要整个行业的伙伴关系和协作, 而不是重复努力。Aritzia 件和促进可持续制造业的倡议的参与者。这一举措是独特的, 因为它是三方的;它不仅涉及企业, 还涉及政府以及代表工人的地方和国家工会。我们支持越南和柬埔寨的这一倡议, 我们在那里有制造业基地。有关我们供应链透明度的更多信息, 请参见我们关于加州透明度法案的页面.
Aritzia’s Code of Conduct (‘Code’) sets the minimum expectations on social responsibility for Vendors,
Factories, Trim Suppliers and Mills/Raw Material Suppliers approved by Aritzia, and any Vendor affiliates
including subcontractors, factories, trim suppliers and mills/raw material suppliers sourced directly by our
Vendors. At Aritzia, our objective is to conduct our business to the highest level of ethical standards and
social responsibility. We have used the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) Base Code, UN Universal Declaration
of Human Rights, and International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions as a guideline to develop our
standards as well as Aritzia's values, judgement, and principles.
Aritzia’s Vendors must comply fully with all legal requirements relevant to the conduct of their businesses and must
adopt and follow practices which safeguard workers’ rights, safety, and protection of the environment.
It is our intent to only develop Partnerships with Vendors who are committed to meeting the standards outlined
1. FREELY CHOSEN EMPLOYMENT
All labour must be voluntary.
Vendors cannot use forced, illegal, or prison labour, nor can they engage in human trafficking
2. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION
Vendors will respect the legal rights of workers to freely, and without harassment or undue
penalty, participate in worker organizations of their choice.
Worker representatives will not be discriminated against and will be able to carry out their
responsibilities in the workplace.
Where, for legal reasons, independent freedom of association or collective is restricted,
vendors allow parallel means for association and bargaining.
3. SAFE AND HYGENIC WORKING CONDITIONS
Vendors will ensure that workers are provided with a safe and healthy work environment,
including but not limited to facilities, accommodation, canteens and toilets.
At a minimum, Vendors will comply with local health and safety regulations including building
and structural as well as fire and electrical regulations.
Clean food storage and preparation facilities will be provided if appropriate, and in all cases,
clean and potable water will be provided free of charge to all workers.
New and existing workers shall be provided with regular health and safety training.
Women who are pregnant will not be required to do work that is prejudicial to the health of
the mother or child.
4. CHILD LABOUR
Vendors must not use child labour, in line with relevant ILO conventions and national law
No hazardous or night work is to be completed by any young worker under the age of 18.
5. WAGES & BENEFITS
Vendors will comply with the local requirements for wages and benefits or according to
prevailing industry standard. If the two are conflicting the higher standard will be applied.
At a minimum, wages must always be enough to meet basic needs and to provide some
Workers will be provided with clear and written information (e.g. pay checks) at least monthly.
There will be no deductions from wages without the prior written consent from workers or
unless permitted under applicable law. All deductions must be recorded.
6. WORKING HOURS
Vendors will ensure that the total hours worked do not exceed 60 hours in any seven day
period inclusive of overtime, unless exceptional circumstances occur which can be evidenced.
Overtime must be voluntary and workers must be compensated according to local law or
industry standard (whichever is higher).
Vendors must give workers a 7th day of rest, i.e., work a maximum of 6 consecutive days or
where permitted by national law 2 days off in every 14 day period.
Vendors will not practice any form of discrimination in hiring and employment, inclusive of
discrimination on the basis of age, race, colour, sexual preference, gender, religion, disability,
marital status, union membership or political affiliation.
8. RECOGNIZED EMPLOYMENT
All work performed must be on the basis of a recognized employment relationship
established through applicable law and practice.
Every worker shall be entitled to a written contract, in their own language, that stipulates
conditions for the employment.
Obligations to workers, under labour or social security laws and regulations arising from the
regular employment relationship, shall not be avoided through the use of labour-only
contracting, fixed-term contracts or through apprenticeship schemes where there is no real
intent to impart skills or provide regular employment.
9. HARSH OR INHUMANE TREATMENT
Vendors will treat workers with respect and cannot use or threaten to use any form of
physical, sexual, psychological or verbal abuse, harassment or intimidation.
Vendors will have formal grievance and disciplinary procedures in place.
10.ENTITLEMENT TO WORK
Vendors will only employ or use workers with a legal right to work in the country. All workers,
including migrant and employment agency staff, must be validated by the Vendor for their
legal right to work by reviewing original documentation.
All original right to work and identification documentation must be retained by the worker.
Vendors will only use registered employment agencies.
11.SUBCONTRACTING & HOMEWORKING
Vendors are not permitted to sub-contract any part of the work without the express written
consent of Aritzia.
Any Vendors or homeworkers proposed as sub-contractors must also meet the standards
outlined in this Vendor Code of Conduct
12.PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT
At a minimum, all Vendors must conduct operations in a manner consistent with international
environmental laws and regulations.
Vendors are encouraged to implement systems to monitor and minimize the impact of their
operations on the environment.
13.ETHICAL BUSINESS PRACTICES
Vendors shall operate in full compliance with all industry regulations and applicable laws as
well as Aritzia’s business requirements.
Where there are two conflicting laws, the most stringent will apply.
Vendors must conduct their business ethically without bribery, corruption, or any type of
fraudulent business practice.
By signing below, Vendor agrees to follow the Aritzia Vendor Code of Conduct outlined above in its entirety, and
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