What is Thermal Manikin? Define Ethical Trading Practice

Thermal Manikin

Average Asian size Thermal Manikin body form with removable sweating skin, data acquisition system and software. Variation in body position and movement. Approximately 15 heating zones. Thermally conductive shell preferably carbon epoxy. Sweating system with fluid distribution, a reservoir, fabric skin layer and Conditioning chamber with capability to simulate HOT, COLD, DRY and HUMID environments. Read about Sewing Output Garment Manufacturing Software

Dyeing Machine

Description Thermal Manikin Brand & Origin Capacity
High Temperature High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller) Sclavos, Greece a) 540 Kg b) 360 Kg c) 180 Kg d) 50 Kg
High Temperature High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller ) Dilmenler Turkey 450 Kg
High Temperature High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C. Longclose UK 350 Kg
Automatic HT HP Soft Flow Dyeing M/C (JIDC-3100) Jung IL / Korea 150 Kg
High Temperature, High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller) Dilmenler Turkey 900 Kg
High Temperature, High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller) Dilmenler Turkey 600 Kg
 High Temperature, High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller) Beneks Turkey 750 Kg
High Temperature, High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller) Beneks, Turkey. 25 Kgs
 High Temperature, High Pressure Soft Flow  Dyeing M/C (Sedomat 5000 Controller) Dilmenler Turkey 15 Kgs

Ethical Trading Practice

Ethical principles apply to all facilities of Auto Group that produce readymade garments for exporting to foreign countries.

Auto Group recognizes that there are legal and cultural environments in which factories operate. These ethical principles set forththe basic requirements of Auto factories in order to do business with its customers abroad.

Auto makes ceaseless effort to promote best practices and continuous improvement of ethical issues in all its manufacturing units. For easy access to the issues, Auto posted contents in the Notice Boards of factories in both Bangla and English.

The issues are:

Principle 1 – Laws & Regulation :

Auto facilities operate in full compliance with the laws and regulations of the jurisdictions in which they manufacture.

Principle 2 – Employment Age :

Workers may not be younger than 18 years of age.

Principle 3 – Forced Labour :

Auto facilities do not use involuntary or forced labour – indentured, bonded or otherwise.

Principle 4 – Wage and Benefits :

Auto facilities compensate their employees fairly by providing compensation packages comprising wages and benefits that, at the very least, comply with legally mandated minimum standards. Each employee is provided with a clear, written accounting for each pay period. Employees are compensated for overtime according to local law.

Principle 5 – Hours of Work :

Auto facilities ensure employees’ hours worked shall not, on a regularly scheduled basis, exceed the legal limitations on regular and overtime hours in the jurisdiction in which they manufacture or 60 hours per week including overtime. Except in extraordinary business circumstances, all employees are entitled to one day off in every seven-day period.

Principle 6 – Health and Safety :

Auto facilities provide their employees with a clean, safe and healthy work environment, designed to prevent accidents and injury to health arising out of or occurring during the course of work. All Auto facilities comply with all applicable, legally mandated standards for workplace health and safety. All the workers and staff enjoy free medical treatment. Company doctors are available full time.

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Principle 7 – Discrimination :

Auto respects cultural differences, employment – including hiring, remuneration, benefits, advancement, termination and retirement based on ability and not on belief or any other personal characteristics. Auto facilities do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, colour, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability or similar factors. 

Principle 8 – Harassment :

Auto facilities treat all employees with respect and dignity. Auto facilities do not subject employees to corporal punishment, physical, sexual, psychological or verbal harassment or abuse.

Principle 9 – Woman’s Rights :

Auto facilities ensure women workers receive equal treatment in all aspects of their employment. Pregnancy test is not a condition of employment, and pregnancy testing – to the extent provided by Auto facilities – will be at the option of the worker. Employees are not exposed to hazards that may endanger their reproductive health, and employees are not forced to use contraception. Fully equipped CRECHES are available for the female workers having babies.

Principle 10 – Monitoring and Compliance :

Auto facilities maintain on site all documentation necessary to demonstrate compliance with Global Compliance Principles. Auto and its subsidiaries undertake affirmative measures, such as announced and unannounced on-site inspections of production facilities, to monitor compliance with Global Compliance Principles.

Conclusion

Auto facilities allow customer’s representatives full access to production facilities, employee records and employees for confidential interviews in connection with monitoring visits. In addition Thermal Manikin facilities respond promptly to reasonable inquiries by customer representatives concerning the subjects addressed in an audit.

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