Supply Chain Policy
As a company conducting business safely and continuously all over the world, the MODEC group considers it is essential for our business to implement sustainable supply chain what respect environment and social responsibility. We establish its policies as our efforts for human rights, labor issues and environmental conservation, and also, in order to implement an appropriate supply chain for society and environment, we expect all our suppliers to understand embrace and comply with it
Suppliers shall employ all employees without being subject to forced or bonded labor.
Complying with international standards for child labor, suppliers shall not employ workers under the minimum legal working age of the countries and regions where projects location and not allow work that impairs the development of children.
Safe and healthy Working Environment
Suppliers shall ensure employees with a safe and healthy working environment.
Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
Suppliers shall respect employees’ rights to associate freely and engage in collective bargaining as methods of negotiating working environment, wages and other matters with employees.
Suppliers shall strive to ensure equal opportunities in the workplace and shall eliminate employment discrimination with regard to recruitment and employment practices.
Abuse and Harassment
Suppliers shall respect individual human rights and must not tolerate abuse or any form of harassment based on sexuality or nationality.
Suppliers shall ensure that employees’ working hours and use of leave entitlements are appropriately monitored and that excessive overtime labor is prohibited, in order not to infringe any statutory regulations.
Suppliers shall pay employees at least the statutory minimum wage, endeavor to pay at least a living wage, and shall not unreasonably reduce wages.
Suppliers shall engage in fair business practices, avoid corruption, and comply with applicable laws and regulations.
In promoting business activities, suppliers shall endeavor to promote environmental conservation by considering the impacts on the local environment and ecosystems. Especially, suppliers shall consider the impacts on climate change issues including CO₂ emissions, effective use of resources, reduction of waste, energy use, air and marine pollution, water use and impact on biodiversity through the life cycle of the product or services provided.