The Company continues to operate in the management of quality systems and food safety in a sustainable manner

By integrating operations according to various international standards that the Company has been certified Cultivate awareness, having raised awareness and transferred knowledge on hygienic and safe food production to get the product that is safe, meets the standards and builds confidence in the quality and safety of customers as well as systematically insure product quality by the Food Safety Team has carried out in accordance with standards throughout the production process that occur in the food chain until reaching at consumers.

Human Rights and Forced Labor Practices

The Company operates its business with respect to the dignity of employees as well as all groups of stakeholders as well as protecting human rights in line with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UNDHR) and the International Labor Organization Conventions : ILO Conventions.

Safety, Occupational Health and Working Environment

Occupational health and safety work involves keeping the health and safety of employees free from any threats, hazards and risks including accidents and diseases from work and safety outside of work along with living in society happily both physically and mentally. The Company has set the scope of occupational health and safety as follows:

  1. Promoting and maintaining (Promotion and Maintenance) the utmost integrity of physical and mental health, social well-being of workers, having determined measures to take care of employees and promote the health of employees to be healthy, such as before employees come to work.
  2. Prevention means preventing employees health from deteriorating or abnormal caused by the working environment including the prevention of accidents and occupational diseases so that employees do not have to be exposed to various risk factors.
  3. Protecting (Protection) employees from working in dangerous conditions causing illness or an accident of the employees. When it is not possible to provide a safe working environment, but employees have to go to work, it must find protective equipment to protect the employees from that danger.
  4. Placing the employee to work that is suitable for the physical and mental capabilities of that employee because some tasks cannot be done by everyone, so the Company must choose the right person for that task, such as an employee with respiratory problems, should not work in dusty environments, etc.
  5. Job adaptation (Adaptation) to suit employees and adjusting employees to suit working conditions by taking various factors into consideration, such as the physiological factors of employees by taking into account the appropriate workplace whether it is about height , reach range, arm positioning, chairs, desks and work environment suitable for the employee

Community and Social Responsibility

The Company’s current business operations may affect communities in the vicinity of the establishment where are more aware of the impact of business operations as well as information of such impacts can be accessed or disseminated quickly, resulting in the Company may not be accepted by the community, therefore, the Company has established guidelines for management to show the commitment to take care of surrounding communities to be safe and has not been negatively affected by business operations. In order that, the Company creates engagement with the communities through various activities both in terms of public benefits and volunteer projects to create satisfaction and acceptance from the surrounding communities includes to be prevention of risks from various complaints that may affect the business operations of the Company.

In the Year 2022, the Company had established a management system for the labor safety and environment department and having been certified with SMETA standards or The Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit or SEDEX

Which is an organization and management system related to labor protection and safety at work that gathers together among business members around the world by joint agreement to develop the ethics of the companies or the supplier group in which the companies that can participate in such group must treat employees or labor ethically throughout the system, not only in the company its own but including the company’s partners that must be ethical in treating employees by setting a goal to be certified by SMETA as well.

Human rights due diligence (HRDD)
Training needs analysis metric

Targets: Occupational health and safety

Remark: (LTIR: Lost Time Injury Rate) is Lost Time Injury Rate That shows the rate of injuries from work to the point of being off work for 1 day or more. The calculation formula is number of injuries/total work hours) x 1,000,000 work hours.

Targets: Assessment of Employees satisfaction/Employees engagement the company