ELGIN Corporation. is committed to its Corporate Social Responsibility, should promote Corporate Social Responsibility actively. In order to implement its own responsibility, we publish Supplier Code of Conduct, hope to work with supplier to fulfill the responsibility of the citizens.





Suppliers shall commit to uphold the human rights of workers, and respect them.


  1. Freely Chosen Employment

Forced, bonded, slavery or trafficking of persons shall not be used. It is not allowed to detain the identity cards of labors, ask labors to pay commissions, or detain the salary of labors in forcing the performance of work.


  1. Young Workers

Child labor is not to be used in any stage of manufacturing. The supplier shall comply with all employment laws and regulations in the country.


  1. Working Hours

Supplier shall follow all applicable laws and regulations, including those relating to working hours and days of rest, and all overtime must be voluntary.


  1. Wages and Benefits

Compensation paid to workers shall comply with all the related law of salary.


  1. Humane Treatment

There is to be no threatening, harsh and inhumane treatment.


  1. Non-Discrimination

Supplier should be committed to a workforce free of harassment and unlawful discrimination. Companies shall not engage in discrimination based on race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, ethnicity or national origin, disability, pregnancy, religion, political affiliation, union membership or marital status in hiring and employment practices such as wages, promotions, rewards, and access to training.


  1. Freedom of Association

In conformance with local law, supplier shall respect the right of all workers to form and join trade unions of their own choosing, to bargain collectively and to engage in peaceful assembly.



Health and Safety


Suppliers recognize that in addition to minimizing the incidence of work-related injury and illness, a safe and healthy work environment enhances the quality of products and services, consistency of production and worker retention and morale.


  1. Occupational Safety

Worker exposure to potential safety hazards is to be controlled through proper design, engineering and administrative controls, preventative maintenance and safe work procedures, and ongoing safety training.


  1. Emergency Preparedness

Potential emergency situations and events are to be identified and assessed, and their impact minimized by implementing emergency plans and response procedures.


  1. Occupational Injury and Illness

Procedures and systems are to be in place to prevent, manage, track and report occupational injury and illness.


  1. Industrial Hygiene

Worker exposure to chemical, biological and physical agents is to be identified, evaluated, and controlled according to the hierarchy of controls. Potential hazards are to be eliminated or controlled through proper design, engineering and administrative controls.





Suppliers recognize that environmental responsibility is integral to producing world class products. In manufacturing operations, adverse effects on the community, environment and natural resources are to be minimized while safeguarding the health and safety of the public and all local environmental protection laws must be followed. The environmental standards include:


  1. Environmental Permits and Reporting

All required environmental permits, approvals and registrations are to be obtained, maintained and kept current and their operational and reporting requirements are to be followed.


  1. Pollution Prevention and Resource Reduction

Emissions and discharges of pollutants and generation of waste are to be minimized or eliminated at the source or by practices. The use of natural resources is to be conserved or by practices such as modifying production, maintenance and facility processes, materials substitution, re-use, conservation, recycling or other means.


  1. Hazardous Substances

Chemicals and other materials posing a hazard if released to the environment are to be identified and managed to ensure their safe handling, movement, storage, use, recycling or reuse and disposal.





To meet social responsibilities and to achieve success in the marketplace, Supplier and their agents are to uphold the highest standards of ethics including:


  1. Business Integrity

The highest standards of integrity are to be upheld in all business interactions.


  1. No Improper Advantage

Bribes or other means of obtaining undue or improper advantage are not to be promised, offered, authorized, given or accepted.


  1. Disclosure of Information

All business dealings should be transparently performed and accurately reflected on supplier's business books and records.


  1. Intellectual Property

Intellectual property rights are to be respected; transfer of technology and know-how is to be done in a manner that protects intellectual property rights; and, customer and supplier information is to be safeguarded.


  1. Fair Business, Advertising and Competition

Standards of fair business, advertising and competition are to be upheld.


  1. Protection of Identity

Programs that ensure the confidentiality, anonymity and protection of supplier and employee whistleblowers are to be maintained, unless prohibited by law.


  1. Privacy

Suppliers are to commit to protecting the reasonable privacy expectations of personal information of everyone they do business with, including suppliers, customers, consumers and employees.



Management System


  1. Company Commitment

A corporate social and environmental responsibility policy statements affirming supplier’s commitment to compliance and continual improvement, endorsed by executive management.


  1. Management Accountability and Responsibility

The supplier clearly identifies senior executive and company representative[s] responsible for ensuring implementation of the management systems and associated programs.


  1. Legal and Customer Requirements

A process to identify, monitor and understand applicable laws, regulations and customer requirements.


  1. Risk Assessment and Risk Management

A process to identify the legal compliance, environmental, health and safety3 and labor practice and ethics risks associated with supplier's operations.


  1. Communication

A process for communicating clear and accurate information about supplier’s policies, practices, expectations and performance to workers, suppliers and customers.


  1. Worker Feedback, Participation and Grievance

An effective grievance mechanism, to assess employees' understanding of and obtain feedback on or violations against practices and conditions covered by this Code and to foster continuous improvement.


  1. Supplier Responsibility

A process to communicate Code requirements to suppliers and to monitor supplier compliance to the Code.



Chairman Gloria Roan

August 2022