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 Implementing the Code of Conduct for Responsible Business Alliance (RBA)

  

    The EICC has been actively pursued by companies worldwide as the guideline for CSR performance. Up  on adopting the Code, a business may be able to systematically formulate and execute a set of comprehensive labour policies, build a positive image of CPT and its products, and improve clients confidence. As multinationals treat CSR more seriously, certification as an EICC-compliant business strengthens CPTs competitive strength in the niche market. Affirmation of compliance with international standards through external validation helps CPT to establish its credibility and reduce the need for a second party audit on the supplier at the request of the client. This also avoids down grading of supplier rating or becoming disqualified as a supplier due to failure to comply with clients requirements.
     Up   EICC (Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition) announced its organizational transformation on its official website on October 17, 2017 and was renamed RBA (Responsible Business Alliance). RBA (Responsible Business Alliance) officially announced the RBA 6.0 version of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Business Alliance on January 1, 2018. CPT will carry out the RBA 6.0 version of the revised operation in 2018. The 2017 survey data will still be explained by the EICC content.
     Up   CPT places strong emphasis on the relevant requirements in the fields of human rights, the environment, health and safety, and ethical corporate management. All plants of the group regularly monitor national laws and regulations and human rights provisions. The company continues to implement and promote the Code of Conduct for Responsible Business Alliance (RBA) in a systematic fashion via PDCA. The goal lies in the maintenance of a pleasant LOHAS work environment and the promotion of RBA concepts among suppliers. The company also requests suppliers to take these concepts to the next level through the promotion of an RBA supply chain system to show a firm commitment to the fulfillment of CSR.

EICC external audit

 

  
   Worker and Human Rights Requirement  

CPT launched a progressive plan in the 3rd quarter of 2009 requesting our suppliers to become compliant to the EICC, to take account of GHG emissions and product carbon trails and to submit their carbon-reduction proposals in order for suppliers to meet the energy-saving and carbon-reduction requirements of EICC.  In the initial phase of our campaign, CPT hosted supplier conferences to promote the concept, share CPTs experience with suppliers and information on training programs. CPT also set the on-site consultation timetable with the respective suppliers. CPT hoped to make sure that our suppliers understand our dedication to the CSR initiatives. The optimal goal is to establish a supply chain that carries a positive image and is committed to pursuing labor, human rights, safety and environmental sustainability, and hence to boost consumer confidence.




 

 
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