At Enterprise Architectural, we are committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical conduct and respect for human rights. We unequivocally affirm our compliance with international law regarding forced and compulsory labour, including the principles set forth in the International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions and the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Prohibition of Forced and Compulsory Labour:
We strictly prohibit the use of forced labour, bonded labour, slave labour, or any form of compulsory labour within our operations, supply chain, or any business activities associated with our company. We consider these practices to be severe violations of human rights and a grave injustice.
Ethical Employment Practices:
We are committed to fair and ethical employment practices, ensuring that all individuals working for or on behalf of our company are engaged voluntarily and without coercion. We provide equal opportunities, fair wages, and safe working conditions in compliance with applicable labour laws and regulations.
Supply Chain Due Diligence:
We exercise due diligence in our supply chain management to identify and mitigate risks of forced labour or human trafficking. We expect our suppliers and business partners to share our commitment to ethical practices and adhere to international labour standards. We engage in ongoing assessments, audits, and monitoring to ensure compliance.
Verification and Auditing:
We undertake regular audits and assessments of our own operations, as well as those of our suppliers, to verify compliance with international labour standards. These audits may include on-site inspections, interviews, and document reviews to ensure that forced labour is not present in any aspect of our business.
Worker Empowerment and Grievance Mechanisms:
We strive to create an environment where workers feel empowered to voice their concerns and grievances without fear of reprisal. We maintain effective grievance mechanisms that enable workers and stakeholders to report any potential violations of human rights, including forced labour, and seek resolution in a timely and confidential manner.
Continuous Improvement and Collaboration:
We are committed to continually improving our policies, practices, and procedures to prevent and address issues related to forced and compulsory labour. We actively engage with stakeholders, industry groups, and experts to share knowledge, exchange best practices, and collaborate on initiatives that promote the eradication of forced labour globally.
Transparency and Reporting:
We believe in transparency and open communication regarding our efforts to combat forced labour. We disclose relevant information about our policies, actions, and progress in our sustainability reports and other public communications. We strive to provide accurate and reliable information that demonstrates our commitment to human rights and compliance with international standards.
This Forced and Compulsory Labour Compliance Statement reflects our unwavering commitment to respect and uphold the fundamental rights of all individuals. We are dedicated to promoting a culture of dignity, fairness, and social responsibility within our company and throughout our supply chain.
19th July 2023