|Code of Conduct |
|First Edition |
|Julie Pescosolido |
|This document contains the rules and policies in which we operate as a unified company. All employees are responsible for the information |
|contained within these pages. |
Table of Contents:
i. Statement of Our Core Values
a. Company Vision
To be a t-shirt manufacturing company that aims to please our customers with the best quality designs.
To be trustworthy in all aspects even if there is pride to be lost.
To obtain an open mind about new tasks and experiences.
To satisfy our customers’ needs.
To respect our co-workers, customers and competitors.
Integrity: Not just thinking about today’s affect, but the future as well.
Quality: Understanding that time is everything and making the most out of it.
Diversity: Inviting multiple designs and opening our minds to new ideas.
At T-Art, we aim to provide new styles and improve the quality of appearance for all people. We want to motivate people to wear what they feel as well as who they are as an individual. We seek to help people be who they are and value their differences.
We are to treat our competitors with love and respect in order to sustain a peaceful atmosphere.
iii. Proprietary Information
We are a corporation in legal terms, but a community in greater terms.
iv. Health and Safety
Occupational Injury Prevention
Suppliers shall eliminate physical hazards where possible. Where physical hazards cannot be eliminated, Suppliers shall provide appropriate engineering controls such as physical guards, interlocks, and barriers. Where appropriate engineering controls are not possible, Suppliers shall establish appropriate administrative controls such as safe work procedures. In all cases, Suppliers shall provide workers with appropriate personal protective equipment. Workers shall not be disciplined for raising safety concerns and shall have the right to refuse unsafe working conditions without fear of reprisal until management adequately addresses their concerns.
Emergency Prevention, Preparedness, and Response
Suppliers shall anticipate, identify, and assess emergency situations and events and minimize their impact by implementing emergency plans and response procedures, including emergency reporting, worker notification and evacuation procedures, worker training and drills, appropriate first-aid supplies, appropriate fire detection and suppression equipment, adequate exit facilities, and recovery plans.
v. Sexual Harassment
All employees are responsible for assuring that the workplace is free from sexual harassment. Because of the library’s strong disapproval of offensive or inappropriate sexual behavior at work, all employees must avoid any action or conduct which could be viewed as sexual harassment, including, but not limited to:
• Unwelcome sexual advances; • Requests for sexual acts or favors; • Granting or denying job benefits based on…