What is OEM
The OEM is the abbreviation of the English Original Equipment Manufacturer, according to typeface meaning, at the request of translate to call the primitive equipments manufactory, point a factory house according to another house factory, for its production product with product accessories, also call to settle the card produce or the authorization sticks the card production.Represent then the outside process, also can represent to outsource the contract process.The local habit calls to help to make the production, three come to process.
What is ODM
ODM means Original Designed Manufacturer , which could provide customers with all-round service as R & D of products, products-oriented and production. Only with given expected function and performance of products or even conception, ODM manufacturers could put the conception into reality.
Owing to twenty-five years experience in manufacturing bags, Haslor is capable of providing problem solutions to issues reported to us by a potential client. During every stage of cooperation, from technical guidelines to making the bags design, the process is highly supervised and managed.
Below are the Ethical and Environmental Standards for OEM Suppliers
1. Compliance with Laws Suppliers and their designated manufacturing facilities (“Suppliers”) must fully comply with all applicable national and/or local laws and regulations, including but not limited to those related to labor, immigration, health and safety, and the environment.
2. Voluntary Labor All labor must be voluntary. Slave, child, underage, forced, bonded, or indentured labor will not be tolerated. Suppliers shall not engage in or support trafficking in human beings. Suppliers shall certify that they have implemented procedures to manage the materials, including all labor related processes, incorporated into their products to ensure they comply with laws on slavery and human trafficking. Workers must be allowed to maintain control over their identity documents.
3. Labor Hours Suppliers must provide workers with rest days and must ensure that working hours are consistent with the law and not excessive.
4. Hiring and Employment Practices Suppliers must implement hiring practices that accurately verify workers’ age and legal right to work in the country prior to employment. All terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, hiring, pay, training, promotion, termination, and retirement must be based on an individual’s ability and willingness to do the job.
5. Compensation Suppliers must compensate all workers with wages, overtime premiums, and benefits that meet or exceed legal standards or collective agreements, whichever are higher. Suppliers are encouraged to provide wages that meet local industry standards. Suppliers are encouraged to provide wages and benefits that are sufficient to meet workers’ basic needs and provide some discretionary income for workers and their families.
6. Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining Suppliers must respect the right of workers to choose whether to lawfully and peacefully form or join trade unions of their choosing and to bargain collectively.
7. Health and Safety Suppliers must provide workers with a safe and healthy work environment. Suppliers must take proactive measures to prevent workplace hazards.