Management system and self monitoring program

We believe in the framework of management system to build a sustainable social labour compliance and strive to move beyond the local law and external codes. We proactively conduct regular self-monitoring to identify any concern, issue or non-compliance in the practice and improve our selves from the result. Plan-Do-Check-Act is the approach that we use to establish the procedures we need to have in place, then implement, continuously monitor and improve.

EMPLOYEE TRAINING

Training is the key aspect to embed all the standards to implementation in each employee, we periodically train all employees in the factory on the Social Labour standard. We have started train all our employees with social labour procedure using train-the-trainer method in 2016. There have been 3 cycles of training until 2020 focusing on different topics starting from working hours, compensation and benefit, prohibition of forced labour, non-discrimination and anti-harassment, to grievance. In the last cycle in 2019, we have trained around 13,000 employees for the topic of Grievance.

Making generous donations to deserving causes

Every year, TAL Apparel makes significant contributions to non-profit organizations, local authorities, schools and various industry collaboration projects.

INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH AND SAFETY AT TAL APPAREL

At TAL Apparel health and safety responsibilities are integral to the way we do business. We are committed to continual improvement of our health and safety performance and will have clear policies and systems in place to achieve this. We believe that committed leadership provides the cornerstone for health and safety excellence within our workplaces, supported by an effectively implemented Health and Safety Management System. 

HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

TAL Apparel articulates its commitment to health and safety through its Sustainable Business Practices Policy and puts this commitment into practice through the effective implementation of the Health and Safety Management Manual and associated 17 standards. The Health and Safety Management Manual provides a consistent framework and defines the standards required for the establishment of the system within each factory.

H & S KEY OBJECTIVES

• To support the implementation of TAL Apparel’s Sustainable Business Practices Policy

• Sets out the expectations for the progressive implementation of the Health and Safety Management Manual and 17 Standards

• Provides auditable criteria against which the Health and Safety Management Systems can be measured

• Drive continual health and safety improvement

• Ensure legislative and regulatory compliance

17 HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDARDS

The Health & Safety Management Manual’s seventeen standards are arranged within the Plan-Do-Check-Act framework.

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