Tuha supports suppliers, trade partners, commercial agents, subcontractors, distributors, vendors and employees:

To adhere to the values that they put forward;

It demands unquestionable adherence to its high standards.

Tuha values: "Loyalty and Trust, Respect and Responsibility, Integrity and Common Sense, Research and Innovation passion."

We define ourselves with the slogan "WORK, CREATE, DONATE".

These values include Tuha Foundation, Tuha Social Enterprises and the entire Tuha company. “These values constitute the true legacy of our company” This Code of Business Conduct complies with the Good Practice Principles of the Brand Industries Subject (AIM, www.aim.be). Tuha strongly adheres to the Corporate Social Responsibility strategy (CSR), in accordance with the European definition given below: “Responsibility of organizations for their impact on society” (The Commission sent to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions dated 25 October 20111. correspondence, COM (2011 681 final) When we purchase raw materials, equipment, materials, packaging and services, the choice of our trading partners:

 

- quality and safety requirements;

- Ethical, social and environmental principles;

- It is carried out according to cost-effectiveness analysis.

We support free competition in every procurement procedure in accordance with the Code of Business Conduct and Tuha Code of Ethics.

STRUCTURE OF THE RULES:

This Code of Business Conduct is based on the following 5 principles:

1) EXCELLENT PRODUCT QUALITY AND SAFETY

The excellent quality and safety of Tuha products is our mission. The excellent quality and safety of Tuha products are always controlled and optimized by innovation, significant investments in research / development and continuous improvements in production systems.

When doing business with Tuha, our trading partners must abide by this Code of Business Conduct. When we purchase raw materials, equipment, materials, packaging and services, the selection of our trading partners is based on quality and safety requirements, ethical, social and environmental principles and cost-effectiveness analysis. We support free competition in every procurement procedure in accordance with the Code of Business Conduct as well as the Tuha Code of Ethics.

2) HUMAN RIGHTS OBLIGATION

Our commitment to human rights is extremely high and we support universal human rights principles, in particular the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the International Labor Organization (ILO) Conventions and the World Health Organization Conventions.

In addition to the values of our company, the obligation to respect human rights is the basis of our policies and daily activities.

Our obligations:

- Respecting the Code of Ethics;

- By applying this Code of Business Conduct to all our trading partners throughout our supply chain;

- We fulfill by undertaking Corporate Social Responsibility, including the policies applied globally in all relevant areas.

Tuha, suppliers, trade partners, commercial representatives, subcontractors, distributors, and vendors to respect human rights and discrimination due to race, gender, age, nationality, ethnic group, physical ability and religious, political, social or cultural differences of any of its employees, She requests that she ensure that she is not exposed to harassment or humiliation. Tuha places great emphasis on respecting pregnant women in particular.

Tuha asks all trading partners in the supply chain to pay special attention to the non-employment of children, to be sensitive to all forms of slavery and slavery, human trafficking, forced or forced labor, and prison work.

In the ILO Conventions, a framework that will shed light on national laws in order to regulate the minimum age to start working life. This specified age should not be less than the age required to complete compulsory education and in any case not less than 15 years of age. In countries where economy and education facilities are less developed, the minimum age can be less than 14. In “light studies”, the age of 12 or 13 can be considered normal in exceptional cases. The minimum age for hazardous work - in jobs that are likely to harm the child's health, safety and morale due to the nature of the circumstances - is accepted as 18 in all countries.

Tuha supports all efforts to increase the minimum age to 15.

By adding a standard item to our contracts, the goods purchased by our suppliers

all applicable laws, regulations and regulations, in addition to applicable international Conventions.

It is procured and converted in full compliance with local rules.

Where possible, Tuha, with the participation of the relevant local units, is against child labor supports its trading partners in order to combat.

3)            PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

Tuha requires suppliers, trade partners, commercial agents, subcontractors, and vendors to fully respect the environment and to comply internationally with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries of manufacture and distribution. Tuha, where possible, ensures that all participants in the production chain:

The principle of prevention;

Product life cycle analysis, including packaging and waste management;

Reduction of emissions;

Energy saving strategies, including the use of renewable resources;

Environmentally efficient logistics chain;

Requests them to adopt and respect water conservation programs and to keep records of their implementation.

Tuha also supports participation in research and technology innovation projects in cooperation with universities, research institutes and other private companies in the above-mentioned fields in order to develop experimental systems to find the brightest solutions in the supply chain.

4)            WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT

Health and safety

 

TUHA requires suppliers, trading partners, commercial agents and subcontractors to provide their employees with a safe and healthy work environment and to develop appropriate controls and safety procedures, preventive maintenance policies and use protective equipment.

Together, we attach great importance to the prevention of accidents, injuries and occupational diseases in the supply chain.

Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining

Tuha advises its partners in the supply chain to grant their employees the right to join or not join Trade Unions, or to establish Trade Unions without fear of being used against them - even if not permitted by local management policies or norms.

Wages, benefits and working hours

Our business partners around the world must ensure that their employees comply with all applicable laws governing working hours and days, minimum wage, overtime, and maximum hours. If there is no local legal regulation regarding the minimum wage, wages should be comparable to those applied in locally similar companies and comply with international standards accepted by Tuha.

Family responsibilities

TUHA encourages its business partners to respect their employees' family responsibilities by providing reasonable working hours, maternity / parental leave, childcare and other opportunities to enable employees to live a balanced life.

5)BUSINESS INTEGRITY

Tuha requires suppliers, trade partners, commercial agents, subcontractors and vendors to take measures to prevent inappropriate behavior and / or improper personal advantage.

 

Health and safety

 

TUHA requires suppliers, trading partners, commercial agents and subcontractors to provide their employees with a safe and healthy work environment and to develop appropriate controls and safety procedures, preventive maintenance policies and use protective equipment.

Together, we attach great importance to the prevention of accidents, injuries and occupational diseases in the supply chain.

Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining

Tuha advises its partners in the supply chain to grant their employees the right to join or not join Trade Unions, or to establish Trade Unions without fear of being used against them - even if not permitted by local management policies or norms.

Wages, benefits and working hours

Our business partners around the world must ensure that their employees comply with all applicable laws governing working hours and days, minimum wage, overtime, and maximum hours. If there is no local legal regulation regarding the minimum wage, wages should be comparable to those applied in locally similar companies and comply with international standards accepted by Tuha.

Family responsibilities

TUHA encourages its business partners to respect their employees' family responsibilities by providing reasonable working hours, maternity / parental leave, childcare and other opportunities to enable employees to live a balanced life.

5)BUSINESS INTEGRITY

Tuha requires suppliers, trade partners, commercial agents, subcontractors and vendors to take measures to prevent inappropriate behavior and / or improper personal advantage.

Tuha does not allow conduct that involves bribing, promising or soliciting, directly or indirectly, public officials, civil servants, their family members and business partners with the intention of gaining unfair advantage.

Tuha does not allow donations to political parties and / or candidates for public office.

Tuha and its commercial partners will stay away from any behavior that may cause conflict of interest.

 

PRINCIPLES OF ENTERING INTO A BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP

INDEPENDENCE

The principle of independence means that trading partners acknowledge that they are independent economic personalities that mutually respect each other's rights and the freedom to independently decide whether to enter into any agreement or not, in order to determine their own strategies for production, distribution, sales, marketing and finance.

RESPECT FOR THE LAW OF COMPETITION

Tuha strictly abides by the antitrust and competition laws that are applied separately in each country. All trading partners will comply with all applicable competition laws.

FAIR TRADE

The principle of fair trade is to ensure that all stakeholders in the supply chain are always committed to the principles of reciprocity and value maximization in good faith, avoiding unfair conditions, business disruptions, excessive risks and unexpected costs from transferring to other stakeholders in the supply chain and respecting each other's trademark and intellectual property rights. it means acting appropriately.

ADDITIONAL PRINCIPLES APPLIED IN COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS

MUTUALITY (COMPATIBILITY)

The principle of reciprocity means that each trading partner contributes to the business relationship and both parties have real opportunities to take advantage of it. Reciprocity should form a basis for all business between business partners.

MAXIMIZING CONSUMERS VALUE

The principle of maximizing consumer value requires business partners to work together to offer better value to the consumer. Together, all participants should strive to increase the efficiency of the total supply chain and to make optimum use of resources.

WRITTEN AGREEMENT

The terms of any agreement between business partners should be recorded in writing and no distinction should be made between formal and informal arrangements. In all cases, written agreements should clearly state the details of agreed matters, such as general conditions of sale, distribution, promotion or marketing arrangements, joint activities, agreement evaluation, and procedures for suspension or cessation of the business relationship.

Any written agreement must comply with applicable law and be signed by all parties to the agreement.

INSPECTION AND TERMINATION OF AGREEMENTS

Tuha Company reserves the right to check whether suppliers comply with this Code. Tuha Company will not enter into commercial relationships with suppliers who do not accept the terms of these rules. Tuha Company reserves the right to request corrective action or terminate the commercial agreement if it becomes aware of actions or conditions that do not comply with these Rules.

CONTROLS

Tuha Company reserves the right to unannounced inspection of suppliers and their business practices, records and facilities and to conduct private interviews with employees. Each supplier will appoint personnel to control the factories of its subcontractors producing for Tuha. If this situation is not respected, Tuha reserves the right to request corrective measures or to terminate the commercial agreement. Tuha Company may use independent third parties to assess compliance with these Rules.

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