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SA8000认证标准官方英文原版

SA8000认证标准目前已经有多国翻译文字,但为防止语言文化不同、翻译的误差等因素造成的误解,最终仍以英文原版作为标准,一下是SA8000认证标准2001版官方原文

SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 8000 ABOUT THE STANDARD
This is the second issue of SA8000, a uniform, auditable standard for a third
party verification system. Subject to periodic revision, SA8000 will continue to
evolve as interested parties specify improvements, corrections are identified
and as conditions change.
Many interested parties have advised on this version. SAI welcomes your advice
as well. To comment on SA8000, the associated Guidance Document, or the
framework for certification, please send written remarks to SAI.
The SA8000 Guidance Document helps explain SA8000 and its implementation;
provides examples of methods for verifying compliance; and serves as a handbook
for auditors and for companies seeking certification against SA8000.
It is hoped that both the standard and its Guidance Document will continuously
improve, with the help of a very wide variety of people and organisations.
SAI
Social Accountability International
SAI 2001
SA8000 may not be reproduced without prior written permission from SAI
SAI
220 East 23rd Street, Suite 605
New York, NY 10010
USA
+1-212-684-1414
+1-212-684-1515 (facsimile)
e-mail:
info@sa-intl.org
CONTENTS Page
I. PURPOSE AND SCOPE 4
II. NORMATIVE ELEMENTS AND THEIR INTERPRETATION 4
III. DEFINITIONS 4
1. Definition of company 4
2. Definition of supplier/subcontractor 4
3. Definition of sub-supplier 4
4. Definition of remedial action 4
5. Definition of corrective action 4
6. Definition of interested party 4
7. Definition of child 4
8. Definition of young worker 5
9. Definition of child labour 5
10. Definition of forced labour 5
11. Definition of remediation of children 5
12. Definition of homeworker 5
IV. SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY REQUIREMENTS 5
1. Child Labour 5
2. Forced Labour 5
3. Health and Safety 5
4. Freedom of Association & Right to Collective Bargaining 6
5. Discrimination 6
6. Disciplinary Practices 6
7. Working Hours 6
8. Remuneration 6
9. Management Systems 7
SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 8000
(SA8000)
I. PURPOSE AND SCOPE
This standard specifies requirements for social accountability to enable a
company to:
    a) develop, maintain, and enforce policies and procedures in order to manage
those issues which it can control or influence;
b) demonstrate to interested parties that policies, procedures and practices are
in conformity with the requirements of this standard.
The requirements of this standard shall apply universally with regard to
geographic location, industry sector and company size.
Note: Readers are advised to consult the SA8000 Guidance Document for
interpretative guidance with respect to this standard.
II. NORMATIVE ELEMENTS AND THEIR
INTERPRETATION
The company shall comply with national and other applicable law, other
requirements to which the company subscribes, and this standard. When national
and other applicable law, other requirements to which the company subscribes,
and this standard address the same issue, that provision which is most stringent
applies.
The company shall also respect the principles of the following international
instruments:
ILO Conventions 29 and 105 (Forced & Bonded Labour)
ILO Convention 87 (Freedom of Association)
ILO Convention 98 (Right to Collective Bargaining)
ILO Conventions 100 and 111 (Equal remuneration for male and female workers for
work of equal value; Discrimination)
ILO Convention 135 (Workers' Representatives Convention)
ILO Convention 138 & Recommendation 146 (Minimum Age and Recommendation)
ILO Convention 155 & Recommendation 164 (Occupational Safety & Health)
ILO Convention 159 (Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment/Disabled Persons)
ILO Convention 177 (Home Work)
ILO Convention 182 (Worst Forms of Child Labour)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
The United Nations Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against
Women
III. DEFINITIONS
1. Definition of company: The entirety of any organization or business entity
responsible for implementing the requirements of this standard, including all
personnel (i.e., directors, executives, management, supervisors, and
non?management staff, whether directly employed, contracted or otherwise
representing the company).
2. Definition of supplier/subcontractor: A business entity which provides the
company with goods and/or services integral to, and utilized in/for, the
production of the company's goods and/or services.
3. Definition of sub-supplier: A business entity in the supply chain which,
directly or indirectly, provides the supplier with goods and/or services
integral to, and utilized in/for, the production of the supplier's and/or
company's goods and/or services.
4. Definition of remedial action: Action taken to make amends to a worker or
former employee for a previous violation of a worker's rights as covered by
SA8000.
5. Definition of corrective action: The implementation of a systemic change or
solution to ensure an immediate and ongoing remedy to a nonconformance.
6. Definition of interested party: Individual or group concerned with or
affected by the social performance of the company.
7. Definition of child: Any person less than 15 years of age, unless local
minimum age law stipulates a higher age for work or mandatory schooling, in
which case the higher age would apply. If, however, local minimum age law is set
at 14 years of age in accordance with developing?country exceptions under ILO
Convention 138, the lower age will apply.
8. Definition of young worker: Any worker over the age of a child as defined
above and under the age of 18.
9. Definition of child labour: Any work by a child younger than the age(s)
specified in the above definition of a child, except as provided for by ILO
Recommendation 146.
10. Definition of forced labour: All work or service that is extracted from any
person under the menace of any penalty for which said person has not offered
him/herself voluntarily or for which such work or service is demanded as a means
of repayment of debt.
11. Definition of remediation of children: All necessary support and actions to
ensure the safety, health, education, and development of children who have been
subjected to child labour, as defined above, and are dismissed.
12. Definition of homeworker: A person who carries out work for a company under
direct or indirect contract, other than on a company's premises, for
remuneration, which results in the provision of a product or service as
specified by the employer, irrespective of who supplies the equipment, materials
or other inputs used.
IV. SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY REQUIREMENTS
1. CHILD LABOUR
Criteria:
1.1 The company shall not engage in or support the use of child labour as
defined above.
1.2 The company shall establish, document, maintain, and effectively communicate
to personnel and other interested parties policies and procedures for
remediation of children found to be working in situations which fit the
definition of child labour above, and shall provide adequate support to enable
such children to attend and remain in school until no longer a child as defined
above.
1.3 The company shall establish, document, maintain, and effectively communicate
to personnel and other interested parties policies and procedures for promotion
of education for children covered under ILO Recommendation 146 and young workers
who are subject to local compulsory education laws or are attending school,
including means to ensure that no such child or young worker is employed during
school hours and that combined hours of daily transportation (to and from work
and school), school, and work time does not exceed 10 hours a day.
1.4 The company shall not expose children or young workers to situations in or
outside of the workplace that are hazardous, unsafe, or unhealthy.

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