Human Rights Management Policy Specific Plan Implementation performance Risk mitigation measures
Provide a safe and healthy working environment
  1. In order to prevent occupational accidents in various facilities, laboratories, and locations within the SINGTEX Group and to ensure the safety and health of personnel, we have established an "Occupational Health and Safety Management Plan" in accordance with Article 23(1) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Article 12(1) of the Occupational Health and Safety Management Regulations.
  2. The scope of hazard identification and risk assessment for the SINGTEX Group extends to all health andsafety hazards expected within and around the factory, covering routine and non-routine activities and all personnel entering the factory premises (including subcontractors and outsourced personnel). We have developed Occupational Health and Safety management regulations, subcontractor management measures, hazard identification and risk assessment management measures, and occupational accident investigation and handling measures, among others.
  3. To ensure the health and safety of our employees in the workplace, the SINGTEX Group conducts environmental improvements tailored to the characteristics of the work site. In compliance with Articles 3, 9, and 11 of the Regulations for the Protection of Labor Health, our factory engages medical and health personnel to provide on-site labor health services. Each year, doctors and nurses assess operational hazards on-site and provide recommendations, such as the use of personal protective equipment in noise zones and the wearing of dust masks in dusty environments, along with enhanced visual management indicators.
Implementation performance: 2022
  1. Implement occupational safety and health management plan.
  2. Occupational safety and health training: 94 people in fire drills, 4 people in occupational safety personnel training, 6 people in first aid, and 11 people in other training projects.
  3. Labor disputes occur 0%
  4. Turnover rate 32.9%
Risk mitigation measures:
  1. Regarding the main types of injuries, in addition to investigating individual accidents, the Safety and Health Section will evaluate similar risk areas throughout the factory to conduct education, training and publicity to achieve relevant prevention effects.
  2. Continue to hold occupational safety and health education and training on a regular basis to increase employees’ crisis awareness and handling capabilities.
  3. Continue to deepen labor relations and communication channels.
  4. Conduct interviews with supervisors of units with high turnover rates, and provide relevant education and training if necessary. At the same time, understand the work content and environment of the department, and hold discussions with employees if necessary.
Help employees maintain physical and mental health and work-life balance SINGTEX have established an Employee Welfare Committee to provide our employees with a igh-quality workplace and generousemployee benefits. These benefits include birthday bonuses, maternity subsidies, wedding and funeral subsidies, and access to an mployee cafeteria. To promote work-life balance,the company offers domestic and international travel subsidies, allowing employees to fully relax during their non-working hours. We also provide free annual health check-ups to monitor our employees' well-being and offer opportunities for further education and training to continuously enhance their skills and elf-worth. Implementation performance: 2022
  1. General health examination for 405 people and special health examination for 50 people.
  2. The popularity of employee training is 4 courses per person per year.
    Course execution is 95. (Actual number of courses/Estimated number of courses)
    Education and training satisfaction 4.5. (Total satisfaction level of courses started/number of courses started)
Risk mitigation measures:
  1. Take care of the health of employees. The company conducts regular employee health examinations every year. For colleagues with abnormal examination results, follow-up counseling is provided with the consent of the employees to enhance employees' health awareness.
  2. For young colleagues who have just entered the workplace, we provide comprehensive newcomer training, on-the-job training and educational training, hoping that colleagues can improve their self-worth and skills while working, and achieve the goal of endless learning.
Implement the “Three Highs” policy of high salary, high development and high care SINGTEX is committed to providing employees with a work environment that respects their dignity, safety, and inclusivity. We uphold diversity in employment, fairness in compensation, and opportunities for advancement, ensuring that employees are not discriminated against, harassed, or treated unequally based on race, gender, religious beliefs, age, political orientation, or any other condition protected by applicable laws. We also welcome global talent to build a strong corporate reputation. Implementation performance:
  1. Complaint cases involving employees receiving unequal treatment due to gender, race, religion and other factors: 0 cases.
  2. Employment ratio of indigenous people: 0.8%.
  3. The proportion of employees with disabilities: 1.6%.
Risk mitigation measures:
  1. If a complaint case occurs, the first-level supervisor will establish a People’s Council to investigate and hear the case. If a complaint case occurs, the investigation and handling shall be completed within three months, and a complete report shall be given to the complainant.
  2. Increase the number of indigenous employees hired.
  3. Regularly review national laws and social trends, and revise measures to protect vulnerable groups.
Prohibit forced labor and comply with local government labor laws
  1. Starting from 2020, in alignment with ethical and fairness standards for migrant worker employment commitment, and to prevent forced labor, we initiated the "Zero Cost Policy" to create a harmonious labor environment. Migrant workers are not required to directly or indirectly bear any costs and expenses beyond what is mandated by the laws of their home or host countries for job assurance or retention. This includes service fees charged by third-party labor intermediaries on a monthly basis during the period of migrant worker employment, all of which are covered by the company.
  2. In pursuit of work-life balance, we offer paid leave, wedding leave, maternity leave, paternity leave, and a two-day weekend, allowing our colleagues to enjoy life beyond their work commitments.
Implementation performance: Neither the Group nor its branches have any forced labor violations. Risk mitigation measures:
  1. Comply with the relevant regulations of the Employment Service Act. Recruitment advertisements will truthfully disclose the content of each job opening. We will not retain the identity documents of employees or job applicants, nor will we withhold property or collect deposits.
  2. Labor conditions will be stated in detail before formal appointment, and employees will take office after confirming their consent; no involuntary labor will be used.
  3. Ensure that the actual working conditions and wages paid to employees are consistent with the labor contract and work rules, and comply with relevant labor laws and regulations.
Establish human rights clauses in contracts with suppliers and implement on-site audits
  1. Evaluated the top 20 suppliers in terms of sustainability in 2023, achieving a 100% compliance rate.
  2. Starting in 2023, we will conduct sustainability risk assessments of our suppliers annually through three stages of risk identification. This will help identify suppliers with potential high risks in environmental, social, and governance (ESG) aspects. For suppliers with higher potential risks, we will conduct audits and provide guidance to ensure effective risk control and reduction.
    1. Every year, core suppliers will be required to sign Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) self-assessment forms.
    2. The audit department will conduct on-site inspections of core suppliers annually.
Implementation performance: The top twenty major suppliers evaluate and sign and fill in the supplier corporate social responsibility self-evaluation form. The analysis is as follows:
  1. 100% signed the corporate social responsibility self-evaluation form, and 95% met the standards.
  2. Supplier evaluation results: 18 suppliers are rated A and 2 are rated B, both of which meet the procurement standards.
Risk mitigation measures: In 2023, major suppliers based on transaction amount (top twenty) will fill in the Supplier Corporate Social Responsibility Self-Assessment Form. Through statistical analysis of this questionnaire feedback, we will understand the current status of suppliers in the three ESG aspects of environment, society and governance. The situation and the parts that need to be improved and strengthened.
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