THE DISNEY COMPANY SUPPLY CHAIN CODE OF CONDUCT（二） UMAN & LABOR RIGHTS
Suppliers should be familiar with the United Nations’ Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and should exercise due diligence to identify, prevent, mitigate, and account for how Suppliers address actual or potential adverse human rights impacts through its own activities, or those directly linked to its operations, products, or services through its business relationships.
Suppliers must not use child labor. This includes the labor of anyone younger than the age of 15, younger than the local legal minimum age for employment, or younger than the age for completing compulsory education, whichever is the highest age.
Suppliers must not use any forced or involuntary labor. Forced or involuntary labor includes work performed by any person who is under the threat of penalty or coercion or work for which any person has not offered themselves voluntarily. Examples include, but are not limited to, prison, bonded, indentured or coerced labor. Forced labor may include the abuse of vulnerability, deception, restriction of movement, isolation, physical or sexual violence, intimidation and threats, retention of identity documents, withholding of wages, debt bondage (including the payment of recruitment fees or abusive working or living conditions), or forced or excessive overtime. Suppliers that employ migrant workers must ensure that migrants are not hired through fraudulent recruitment practices or pay recruitment fees.
Suppliers must not discriminate in hiring and employment practices, including with respect to salary, benefits, training and advancement, discipline, termination, or retirement, on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identification, national, social or ethnic origin, age, marital status, military or veteran status, disability, pregnancy, union membership, political affiliation, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
Suppliers must respect the rights of workers to choose whether to join, associate, organize or participate in collective bargaining in a lawful and peaceful manner, without penalty, harassment, discrimination, or interference. Workers should be able to carry out their representative functions in the workplace.
Harassment and Abuse
Suppliers must treat each worker with dignity and respect and not use corporal punishment, threats of violence, or other forms of physical, sexual, psychological, or verbal harassment or abuse. Special attention should be paid to vulnerable groups, including, but not limited to, women, younger workers, migrants, and Indigenous peoples.
Health and Safety
Suppliers must provide workers with a safe and healthy workplace, taking all necessary steps required to ensure prevention or mitigation of injury or accidents that may arise from the course of their work, as well as provide guidance on proper chemical management and disposal. At a minimum, Suppliers must provide workers with adequate and accessible restrooms, potable water, sanitary food preparation, storage and eating facilities, personal protective equipment, safe machinery and tools, training to prevent and mitigate accidents, adequate temperature control and ventilation, and sufficient lighting.
Suppliers must ensure that all living and dormitory spaces are clean, safe, and fit for the purpose. Spaces must be secure and allow reasonable freedom of movement to enter and exit.
Suppliers should create, maintain, and execute emergency preparedness plans and procedures that are understandable to workers and clearly communicate the response procedures for various emergencies that may occur including fires, natural disasters, security, and health-related events. Suppliers should regularly assess whether buildings are structurally sound.
Wages and Benefits
Suppliers must comply with all applicable wage and benefits laws and regulations, including those relating to minimum wages, overtime, piece rates, and other elements of compensation.
Suppliers must ensure workers are compensated for overtime hours at such premium rate as is legally required or, if there is no legally prescribed premium rate, at a rate higher than the regular hourly compensation rate.
Withholdings or deductions from pay must be lawful, clearly communicated to workers, and must not be used as a form of punishment or to otherwise impede workers’ rights.
Suppliers must ensure workers are provided all legally required benefits including, but not limited to, family leave, illness, healthcare, vacation, and unemployment. Suppliers must ensure that employer contributions are paid in an accurate, timely, and clearly communicated manner.
Suppliers must comply with all applicable working hour laws and regulations, provided that regular working hours do not exceed 48 hours per week and, on an exceptional basis, overtime hours do not exceed 12 hours per week.
Suppliers must provide workers with at least one day of rest after 6 consecutive days of work.
Worker Communications and Engagement
Suppliers should take appropriate steps to ensure that the provisions of this Code and workers’ legal rights and responsibilities are communicated to and understood by workers.
Suppliers should facilitate active worker engagement in issue identification and resolution.
Suppliers should establish mechanisms to address grievances and track resolution of concerns. At a minimum, suppliers must not interfere with workers’ efforts to identify workplace concerns.
Suppliers should protect the environment and the conservation of natural resources, including seeking out sustainable materials and manufacturing methods to conserve natural resources and reduce waste. This includes measuring, managing, and disclosing environmental impacts, including public reporting on annual environmental performance in areas such as greenhouse gas emissions, water use, and waste generation and management. Suppliers are encouraged to set targets and implement action plans for reducing environmental impacts.
Suppliers should comply with local standards on animal welfare. Where there is no local law, Suppliers are encouraged to follow the standards of the International Organization for Standardization for the environmental, behavioral, physical, and mental well-being of animals from which products, components, materials, or services are derived.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Suppliers should establish management systems to continually monitor and address workplace conditions, including the establishment and regular review of policies, practices, and personnel.
Suppliers should communicate, and provide all materials and support as necessary to communicate, Disney’s expectations throughout their supply chains.
Suppliers should track and document their complete supply chain, including all components and raw materials, and must make such information available to Disney upon request.
Where required by Disney, Suppliers must authorize Disney and its designated agents (including third parties) to engage in monitoring activities to confirm compliance with this Code, including unannounced on-site inspections of facilities, other workplaces, and employer-provided housing; reviews of attendance, payroll, and other records relating to this Code; and private communications with workers, where
permitted by applicable law.
Suppliers must maintain and make accessible all documentation that may be needed to demonstrate compliance with this Code and ensure that such documentation is accurate, current, and complete.
Where required by Disney to disclose supply chain entities, suppliers may be required to obtain Disney’s express written consent to engage such entities.
HICS AND RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS
Suppliers must adhere to all applicable anti-corruption laws and anti-bribery laws, rules, and regulations, and any other anti-corruption or anti-bribery obligations pertaining to the Supplier’s performance under its
agreements with Disney.
Suppliers must use Disney’s intellectual property, including trademarks and copyrights, only as expressly authorized by Disney.
QUALITY AND SAFETY
Suppliers must create, manufacture, process, and deliver products and services that aim to meet the highest quality standards.
Suppliers should create, manufacture, process, and deliver products and services that are safe, suitable for the purpose intended, of the highest quality, and free of defects in design, construction, materials, and product execution. In addition, Suppliers should create, manufacture, process, and deliver products and services that comply with all product safety standards designated by Disney. Suppliers are responsible for securing their supply chain, including transportation, conveyance, warehouse, broker, consolidator, or other elements, and ensuring pertinent security and safety measures are in place and adhered to throughout their supply chain.