Social Compliance at our Own Factories
Traditionally, responsibility towards our employees has been paramount for Triumph in our over 125 years of history. As expressed in our Company Mission, we consider our employees to be our greatest asset. Accordingly, Triumph has always ensured that its employees work in fair and safe working conditions.
The key principles and requirements that must be complied with in the factories are contained in the Triumph Code of Conduct and the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) Code of Conduct.
• Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective Bargaining
• Prohibition of Discrimination
• Working Hours
• Workplace Health and Safety
• Prohibition of Child Labour
• Prohibition of Forced and Compulsory Labour and Disciplinary Measures
• Environment and Safety Issues
• Management Systems
and are based on the International Labor Organization’s Core Conventions. Compliance with all local laws and regulations is also a firm requirement and a matter of standard practice.
Senior management of the factories is responsible to ensure compliance with our Codes at all levels. Triumph’s Global Management supports and monitors all efforts, as do the Corporate Social Responsibility and the Corporate Engineering and Safety Departments. A good management system both on local and central levels allows common understanding, control, analysis, system improvements, exchange and mutual learning. Through independent external audits, social compliance performance is examined regularly. Any non-compliance found is remedied immediately. It is our aim to be fully compliant in our factories at all times.