Standard (Grade) / Tiêu chuẩn & Mác Thép:
ASTM, ASME, EN, DIN
Size / (canh* cạnh * dày): (25 * 25 * 3) mm à (75 * 75 *10) mm
Surfface/Bề mặt: No.1
In 2014, we updated our Supplier Code of Conduct to further reflect internationally accepted norms and to align with industry best practice. Furthermore, these standards are informed by the International Labor Organization (ILO)’s core conventions, the United Nation’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and the United States’ Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) law and regulations. The Code represents the foundation of our responsible sourcing commitment. We conducted workshops for factories in major sourcing markets in order to help factory managers understand our expectations and collaborate on solutions to some of their most pressing challenges.
Factory Monitoring, Remediation and Corrective Action
Our goal is to continuously improve working conditions in The Children’s Place supply chain. Factory monitoring is a tool that helps provide insight into true factory working conditions. It is only with this information that we can understand a factory’s challenges, help identify root causes of non-compliance and support the necessary corrective action plans toward continuous improvement and compliance with our standards.
Every factory proposed to produce our product must undergo an initial social responsibility evaluation. While we have established minimum standards for factory approval, we do not take a pass/fail approach. We will gladly work with – and reward – good factories that demonstrate a willingness to improve and a genuine desire to work in an honest, transparent fashion.
Our policy is to audit all approved factories for compliance with social responsibility standards at least one a year. For those factories that perform poorly, we will provide guidance on corrective action and visit more frequently. In Fiscal 2013, we achieved a 98% audit rate of all factories approved for production.
Unfortunately, there are cases where persistent non-compliance or refusal to invest in continuous improvement occurs. In such instances, The Children’s Place reserves the right to cancel current or future orders or terminate our business relationship. Except for egregious violations, it is our preference to work with each facility to remediate and achieve compliance rather than to terminate our relationship.