Certified Operator (Certification Applicant)PT. Tripper Nature - Hired Labour5 stars

Place, CountryBekasi, Jawa Barat, Indonesia

Contactwww.tripper.com

Certified Productscinnamon, vanilla, cloves, patchouli oilfor life logo
Certification ProgrammeFor Life - Social Responsibility Certification
Hired Labour
ChapterContent of the For Life - Corporate Social Responsibility ProgrammeNormRating
2.1.1No Forced Labour1212
2.1.2Freedom of Association and Right to Collective Bargaining2830
2.1.3No Child Labour and Protection of Young Workers22
2.1.4Transparent and Human Disciplinary Practices1012
2.1.5Equal Treatment and Opportunities1416
2.1.6Health and Safety5457
2.2.1Contracts and Good Relation between Employer and Workforce1417
2.2.2Wages2426
2.2.3Social Security and Social Benefits2428
2.2.4Working Hours and Paid Leave3235
2.2.5Regular Employment1010
2.3.1Commitment and Management of Social Responsibility1414
2.3.2Community Relations612
2.3.3Respecting Rights of Indigenous and Local Peoples66
2.3.4Animal Rights66
Total Score Hired Labour283
Points Reached Last Year (Hired Labour): 279
Environmental Criteria
ChapterContent of the IMO Environmental ProgrammeNormRating
2.4.1Water Conservation and Water/Air Polution1212
2.4.2Energy Management and Climate Change810
2.4.3Ecosystem Management1011
2.4.4Waste Management67
Total Score Environmental Criteria40
Points Reached Last Year (Environmental Criteria): 32
Social Impact
Social Impact & Special AchievementsGiven that sustainability for raw material production is a common concern of all actors (farmers, Tripper and customers), they strive to create sustainable production of raw material through increasing its quality and quantity, with regard to environmental issues by promoting the conservation of the plantation, including fair and equitable sharing of the benefits. Tripper wants to work specifically with its supplier and their community on these objectives:
- To empower the actors of the raw material production: Tripper’s supplier, warehouse workers, collectors, harvesters.
- To ensure the sustainability of the raw material supply.
- To ensure good working conditions for all the actors of the raw material production.
- To help with the development of local communities.
- To reinforce relationship all along the supply chain.

Reached percentage of the applicable Total Norm Points for the overall performance
Percentage111 %

Date of Certification
First27.04.2015
Last Update20.06.2017

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