code of conduct

code of conduct

CMP’s Code of Conduct has to be observed by all CMP’s suppliers. A large part of the goods sold via CMP, are manufactured outside The European Union where working conditions are typically very different than in Denmark.
We check our suppliers outside The European Union to ensure that they live up to the Code of Conduct, and that basic labor rights are respected. All suppliers in risk countries undergoing under the BSCI guidelines an audit and is approved on the basis of this. If a supplier is not approved, there will be either granted a limited period of time to remedy the deficiencies or the supplier is completely rejected.
CODE OF CONDUCT INCLUDES:
  • The local legislation must be observed.
  • Child labor is not accepted. Working children aged 12-15 because it is legal in that country, this must be done as part of training and only under specific conditions.
  • Forced labor is not accepted.
  • Employees must not be punished physically, psychologically or in any humiliating way.
  • The emphasis on a healthy working environment and proper facilities for employees.
  • Employees should have the right to organize and bargain salary common.
  • Discrimination is not accepted.
  • Working hours and salary shall obey the country rules. It must be voluntary to work overtime, and the employee must be paid for it.
  • CMP has the right to inspect the production to ensure that the agreements are respected.
  • CMP has the right moment to discontinue cooperation with the manufacturer if rules are broken coarse or dubious circumstances are not rectified within an agreed period.
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