Target Global Compliance (human rights) inspection program
Global Compliance (human rights) inspection procedures are implemented to ensure that all suppliers and their factories meet the following criteria: local legal requirements, U.S. federal regulations, U.S. customs requirements and Target company policies
Global Compliance (human rights) inspection plant:
1 mandatory - all Target registered suppliers and their factories must be involved and must be subject to global compliance audits
2 no prior notice (assault) - no matter whether the supplier or the factory will be notified prior to the global compliance inspection plant, this will enable us to get to know the factory on a typical day
3 for the global compliance registration information verification for supplier registration in the Target "business partner" management system of information, including address and contact information must be accurate and up-to-date. U.S. Customs and border protection required Target to know where our products are being produced.
4 each factory has up to three chances to become compliant factory (comply with local laws and Target standards of vendor engagement). If you have to carry out third times (last chance) factory, factory or supplier needs to pay third audits.
The following 7 items are included in the factory:
1 meeting - auditor will explain the audit objective and inspection program
2 factory visit - General Survey of factory and dormitory
3 employee interviews - confidential, one - to - one or group interviews
4 factory management level - evaluate hiring procedures, factory regulations, work plans, and other procedures for plant management
5 country of origin review review production records and shipping records.
6 meeting with factory management comments during the audit found problems. Including how to correct the problem with the correct date and protocol. Then a "audit recap auditor and factory management signed, and a copy is left with the factory.
Inspection results note:
The factory agreed to correct the specific time of the problem
Note: if the inspection found during one or more of the following problems, the plant will be unregistered and identified as "no contract (unqualified) state.
The following is considered to be a "serious breach" and will be deemed to be a "non contractual" status at any time (not just after the third inspection plant), and shall not be used for a period of three years
1 use child labor
2 forced labor
3 corporal punishment
4 illegal transshipment
Two the 1 refused to inspect the factory
2 the first round of inspection of the factory did not pass the third inspection
3 subsequent inspection of the factory did not pass the second
The global compliance (human rights) workshop will assess financial penalties for the following:
1 refused to inspect the factory - the inspection staff arrived at the factory but was refused to enter the factory to perform the inspection
2 inaccurate information - factory name / address and other information is not accurate or not updated in time
3 unregistered factory - unregistered manufacturer of Target own brand products for subcontractors / factories