Policy on Freedom of Association in Garments
Policy on Freedom of Association in Garments

Freedom of Association Policy in Garments Factory

Freedom of Association Policy

Freedom of Association Policy – Auto Textiles Ltd the most and the best rational & liberal and transparent & systematic industry in Bangladesh. We sale HR Solutions and Employee Management Software 

We recognize and respect the right of employees to exercise their lawful rights of free amalgamation and collective quibble though Workers Welfare Committee. The management of Auto Textiles Ltd. is always very much positive in human rights. Its always trying to develop an example in the field of human rights by following local & international labor & industrial law.

We have Worker’s Welfare Committee to ensure their participation by which we conserve the right of expressing their opinion. Man is born free- we believe in this practical. Worker is free to form association, join with association with their own choosing. ALL must not with workers who wish to lawfully, peacefully associate, organize or bargain collectively. ALL will always recognize and respect the rights of employee to freedom of association policy and collective bargaining. Employee should not subject to intimidation or harassment the exercise of right to join or refrain from joining any organization.

Workers, without distinction, have the right to join or form trade unions of their own choosing and to bargain collectively. The employer adopts an open attitude towards the activities of trade unions and their organizational activities. Workers representatives are not discriminated against and have access to carry out their representative functions in the workplace.
Where the right to freedom of association and collective bargaining is restricted under law, the employer facilitates, and does not hinder, the development of parallel means for independent and free association and bargaining.

The rights of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining: The overall observations shows that the factory has established a complete ‘Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining’ policy and procedures in place to ensure workers right to associate & organize collectively. Though there is no formal collective bargaining system in place but the factory has formed a ‘Participation Committee; parallel means of workers union among the workers and management staff.

Assessment of Potential Hazards

We maintain facility security procedures to guard against the introduction of non-manifested cargo into outbound shipment (i.e. drugs, explosive, biohazards and/or other contraband). Did you check to ensure there is no obvious building structural issues that present an immediate hazard?
Did you check to ensure you could exit the facility in the event of an emergency?
Did you check to ensure the walking surface is free of slip, trip and fall hazards?
Did you check to ensure that there is no danger of objects falling from above (e.g., unsafe stacking of materials, machinery or other material)? 
If required, are you wearing the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)?
Did you cover with the facility representative during the opening meeting all the safety instructions related to the facility? 

Concusion

Authorities abide by the customs rules and regulation and having wakeful about illegal transshipment. We are fully participate our custom policy accordingly Custom-Trade partnership against terrorism (C-TPAT) requirement. End of Freedom of Association Policy

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