Name: Designation: Date: ———–
Education: DOJ: Time: One hour.
- Answer the following questions to the best of your ability:
- Write about yourself.
- Describe admin officer activities?
- What are the HR officer activities?
- Describe Compliance officer activities?
- What are the welfare officer responsibilities?
- What type’s document have to keep in personal file?
- What is the full meaning of WRAP, BSCI, CT-PAT, EHS, COC, FLA, SEDEX, COLA
- How many principal of WRAP? Write down the WRAP principal?
- Describe the flowing policy? Discrimination & Non Harassment.
- Describe Maternity benefit & calculation?
- Describe earn leave benefit & calculation?
- Describe Punishment procedure?
- What are the misconducts?
- Write down Dismissal benefit &Termination benefit?
- What is the Complain procedure?
- How many kinds of leave? Write down?
- What are your career goals in the next 5 years?
Thank you for taking time in reading this manual titled This manual is written to assist you and your organization to better understand Garment Buyers commitment towards our customers standards and how we will be able to achieve these standards.
Garment Buyers factory evaluation is divided into the following evaluation categories and your factory may be subjected to all or a minimum of two mandatory evaluation categories, depending on the type/s of business you conduct with Buyer and its customers.
Social Compliance Evaluation (Mandatory)
Technical Compliance Evaluation (Mandatory)
Legal Trans-shipment (C/O) Compliance Evaluation
C-TPAT Compliance Evaluation
The following information will provide you with a better understanding of what we expect of our vendors and factories with regards to the above categories of evaluation. It will also outline for you what you must prepare for a Buyer evaluation.
Prior to Garment Buyers evaluation, it is compulsory for a set of Pre-Factory Evaluation Documents (Section 2) to be submitted. Please read and fully understand the requirement to avoid the delays for Physical Evaluation. Please also take time in reading the Self Assessment Form (Section 3) for better understanding what we are looking for
If you have any questions after reading this manual, you are welcome to contact the Factory Compliance Board (FCB) for further clarification.
Continuous Improvement (CI)
When a Continuous Improvement (CI) rating is given to either a new or existing factory, Buyer will allow the factory to make corrections and comply within a certain time frame (up to 24 weeks) set by Factory Compliance Board. In the event the factory still does not comply upon the expiry of the agreed time frame, Factory Compliance Board may upgrade the rating to Immediate Action (IA) and require the factory to make corrections within a tighter time frame. Exemptions for a further extension beyond the set time frame may be granted by Factory Compliance Board upon request by vendor/factory to a case by case basis. Some examples of areas requiring Continuous Improvements (CI) are: –
Factory to further improve on conditions at work place
Factory to further improve on educating workers on health & safety
Factory to further improve on educating supervisors on treatment of workers
Factory to further improve on conditions at dormitories