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  1. 1. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 1 Child Labor Child labor is available in the factory. • Needs to be developed recruitment policy & documented in place. • Recruitment team needs to be well aware on how to detect applicant’s age. • Strictly screening all age verification documents of the applicant. • Develop a mechanism of cross-verification to avoid any misapplication of recruiting policy during recruiting. 2 Improper treatment of inadvertently recruited child labor in the workplace. • Needs to be developed Child Labor Remediation policy & documented in place. • All concern personnel as well as worker (Such as – recruiting team, HR, Administration, production, Security, top management, etc.) should be well aware about this policy. • Develop a mechanism of monitoring & feedback to be assured regarding proper implementation of the policy.
  2. 2. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 3 Force Labor Force labor occurs during recruitment: • Receiving original documents from applicants & keeping it under factory custody during employment period. • Recruitment fee & security deposit is charged to applicants. • Keeping undertaking from applicants. • Works have to pay in advance for necessary tools & PPE prior to join in employment. • Needs to be developed Recruitment policy including force labor issues & documented in place. • Recruitment team needs to be well aware of force labor. • Develop a monitoring mechanism to avoid the occurrence of force labor. 4 Force labor occurs in the work-place: • Workers always work with threat or violence. • Overtime work is not performed voluntarily by the worker. • Force Savings practice is in the work-place. • Workers cannot leave their employment without penalty in spite of resigning complying with labor law – 2006. • Workers do not get recess time, weekend, leave as per labor law – 2006. • Needs to be developed Force Labor policy & documented in place. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding force labor. • Develop a monitoring mechanism to avoid force labor occurrence. • Develop a mechanism in place to remediate all incidents regarding force labor.
  3. 3. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 5 Discrimination Discrimination occurs during recruitment: • The recruitment screening process does not allow for applicants of any age, nationality, religion, gender etc. to have equal consideration for open positions. • Recruitment team is biased during recruiting screening process. • Medical testing is done in order to determine pregnancy. • Wages & benefits and designation are fix based on age, gander, color, localism, religion, nationality, political influence, marital status, affiliation with trade union or workers organization, etc.; not based on skill & qualification. • Needs to be developed Recruitment policy including the discrimination criteria & documented in place. • Recruitment team needs to be well aware of discrimination criteria & equal treatment. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to establish fair & neutral recruiting process. 6 Discrimination occurs in the work-place: • Workers always treated differently based on age, gander, color, localism, religion, nationality, political influence, marital status, affiliation • Needs to be developed Prohibition of Discrimination policy considering all risk factors & documented in place.
  4. 4. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 6 Discrimination with trade union or workers organization, etc. to be selected or allotted for the flowing arena:  Promotion, Increment & Empowerment  Training  Residence & transport facility  Other benefit or facility, if any  Workers always treated differently regarding the flowing arena:  Grievance & Disciplinary Actions  Termination  Voting  Chronic Illness  Others, if any • Migrant workers are not receive equal treatment as like local workers. • Temporary workers are not receive equal treatment as like permanent workers. • Workers are treated differently based on the production / manufacturing processes. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding discrimination criteria. • Develop a mechanism in place to remediate all incidents regarding discriminative or unequal treatment among the workers.
  5. 5. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 7 7 Abuse & Harassment Abuse & Harassment People may be abused & harassed during recruitment: • Demeans, belittles or miss-behaves with the applicant during recruiting. • Gander or cultural sensitivity is not considers during medical test. • Asking applicants’ irrelevant question which will be fall into abuse & harassment criteria. • Needs to be developed Recruitment policy including the abuse & harassment criteria & documented in place. • Recruitment team needs to be well aware of abuse & harassment criteria. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to ensure that no applicant will be harassed or abused during recruitment process.
  6. 6. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 8 Abuse & Harassment Worker may be abused & harassed at work-place: • Workers are abused or harassed by the superior. • Workplace violence. • Security practices are not gender appropriate. • Workers cannot recognize harassment or abuse. • Cultural sensitivities is not considered during dealing with worker. • Workers are not trained to respond with proper actions when there is suspicion of harassment or abuse. • There is no system in place for confidential reporting. • Workers are not communicated with respect. • Workers with chronic illnesses (HIV/AIDS) are not given the flexibility & the means to perform their duties while caring for their illness. • Needs to be developed Prohibition of Abuse & Harassment policy & documented in place. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding abuse & harassment. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to avoid abuse & harassment occurrence. • Action fast against any grievance occurs regarding abuse & harassment. • Initiate for not further repetition of any harassment issue. • Develop a mechanism in place to remediate all incidents regarding force labor.
  7. 7. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 9 Working Hour • Workers do not get 1 day rest after every 6 working days. • Regular hours of work are not complying with legal limits per week (60 hours per week). • Workers cannot refuse overtime without any penalty. • Workers do excessive overtime under any circumstances. • Needs to be developed Working Hour policy & documented in place. • Production Planning / Capacity Procedure need to be made considering legal limits of working hour (60 hours per week). • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding abuse & harassment. • Design production planning process / capacity managing process considering the legal limits of daily & weekly working hours. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to avoid excessive overtime & off-day work. • Increase worker’s skill through training to get maximum output from them. • Ensure all logistic supports (Machinery & accessory) in timely manner to avoid wastage time of production. • Develop a mechanism in place to control working hour as per legal limit.
  8. 8. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo
  9. 9. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 9 Working Hour • There is a dedicated person or team accountable for the implementation of the working hour’s procedure at the work-place. 10 Compensation & Benefit • Workers do not receive at least the minimum wage for all regular hours worked as required by law. • Workers do not receive their wages within the time- frame, as required by law (Within 7 working day in every month). • Workers are not provided with a pay slip in local language each time they are paid that contains details of their wages. • All payment related information, such as – attendance record, wage premium, overtime premium, deferent kinds of benefits & deduction, leave record, etc. are not mentioned in the salary sheet. • Workers do not receive information on base wages, overtime, incentives, benefits, bonuses, etc. • Needs to be developed Compensation & Benefit policy complying with all risk factors & legal requirements & documented in place. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding compensation & benefit. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to ensure that all workers will receive all compensation & benefits as required by law. • Designate 1 individual / department as accountable to ensure compensation & benefits are provided to workers as per company policy as well as law.
  10. 10. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 10 Compensation & Benefit • Workers do not receive wage premiums for overtime and work performed on weekends & holidays, as required by law. • All deductions to wages are not legally allowed & those deductions to wages are not explained to the worker. • Worker’s attendance record is not maintained properly, as required by law & it is not acknowledged by the worker. • Worker’s wages are not increased regularly as required by law (Minimum 5% of basic wage every year since joining date). • Worker’s performance appraisal is not done regularly / performance appraisal record is not documented. • Pregnant workers do not receive maternity benefit as required by law. • Pregnant workers do not receive maternity benefit within the required time-frame, as required by law.
  11. 11. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 10 Compensation & Benefit • Workers do not receive all benefits (Such as – service benefit, death benefit, earn leave encashment, etc.) as required by law during final settlement. • Workers do not receive compensation (Basic wages for 120 days) while they are terminated from employment by the employer instantly without any notice, as required by law. • Workers do not receive all benefits, as required by law during all type of termination, such as – dismiss, resign, discharge, retrenchment, lay-off, etc. • Workers do not receive insurance premium & compensation regarding injury as required by law. • Workers do not receive subsistence allowance as required by law, if they are suspended. 11 Leave Facility • Workers do not receive leave facility as required by law. • Workers do not receive maternity leave as required by law. • Workers do not receive festival leave as required by law. • Needs to be developed Leave policy complying with all risk factors & legal requirements & documented in place. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding leave facilely.
  12. 12. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to ensure that all workers will enjoy leave facility as per law, when required. • Designate 1 individual / department as accountable to ensure leave facility are provided to workers as per company policy as well as law. 12 Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining • Worker Representatives are chosen by the management, not workers. • Workers are not allowed ways to collectively bring concerns, needs, views, and requests of workers. • Workers are treated differently based on their affiliation with a trade union or other worker associations. • Worker representatives are not allowed time off with pay to carry out their duties. • Workers are not allowed to establish a Collective Bargaining Agreement. • Needs to be developed Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining policy complying with all risk factors & legal requirements & documented in place. • Establish Participation Committee as per law in the work-place. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding freedom of association & collective bargaining policy. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to ensure that worker representative can perform freely in the work-place.
  13. 13. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo • Designate 1 individual / department as accountable to ensure WPC activities is performed as per company policy as well as law. 13 Grievance Mechanism • Workers cannot inform their grievance to the management & highst level. • No complaint or grievance box in the work-place. • Workers cannot know about their grievance is addressed or not. • PC committee does not meet regularly to discuss grievances as per law. • Worker representatives are not allowed time off with pay to carry out their duties. • Workers are not allowed to establish a Collective Bargaining Agreement. • Needs to be developed Grievance policy complying with all risk factors & legal requirements & documented in place. • Active Participation Committee to work for worker well-being. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding grievance mechanism. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to ensure that all grievances are addressed in timely manner & worker can know about the actions taken by the management. • Designate 1 individual / department as accountable to resolve all grievances as per company policy as well as law.
  14. 14. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 14 Communication Procedure & Channel • Worker cannot understand the expectations of the management. • Worker cannot comunicate their requirement / expatations to the management. • Needs to be developed communication channel in the work-place complying with legal requirements & documented in place.
  15. 15. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 14 Communication Procedure & Channel • Make active PC committee & promote to function properly. • Designate 1 individual (Such as – welfare officer) / department as accountable to keep communication with workers all times.
  16. 16. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 15 Disciplinary Actions • Disciplinary actions does not compliy with law & standards. • Top management & workers do not well aware about disciplinary actions procedure as per law. • Needs to be developed Disciplinary Action procedure complying with all risk factors & legal requirements & documented in place. • Make active Participation Committee to work for worker well-being. • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding disciplinary action procedure. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism to ensure that all disciplinary actions are taken in timely manner & complied with law. • Designate 1 individual / department as accountable to monitor disciplinary actions in the work-place.
  17. 17. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 16 Occupational Health & Safety General Health & Safety: • No policy-procedure regarding occupational health & safety. • Drinking water is not provided / is not regularly tested or certified. • No regular & emergency medical service. • No first aid facility / insufficient first aid facility / first aid kits are inadequately stocked. • Number of first aid attendant does not comply with country law / they are not certified. • No disease & illness education provided to workers (Including HIV/AIDS). • No clear procedures exist for responding to medical emergencies, with responsible persons. • Injury log is not maintained as per country law. • Accidents are not investigated & preventative measures do not taken. • Needs to be developed policy-procedure regarding the following topics complying with all risk factors & legal requirements and documented in place:  Occupational Health & Safety  Fire, electrical & building Safety  Emergency Response  Emergency medical service & first aid  Machine safety  Chemical safety  First aid  Lock-out & Tag-out procedure • Management employees & workers, both need to be well aware regarding the above policy- procedure. • Active Participation Committee to work for worker well-being.
  18. 18. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo • Bathrooms & kitchens are in compliance with local codes / those are not cleaned regularly / toiletries are not provided, maintained & monitored. • • Need to be developed different committee / team to be assured that all workers are performed as per the above policy-procedure in the work-place, such as – fire safety team, first aid team, machine safety committee, etc. • Develop a strong monitoring mechanism, such as – daily floor visit, internal audit, open door conversation, hot line, etc. to ensure that all safety related works are done / implemented properly. • Designate 1 individual as safety officer for the work-place & make accountable him to ensure occupational health & safety in the work-place. 16 Occupational Health & Safety • No PPE provided to the worker. • No mechanism in place to ensure using PPE, where required. 17 Occupational Health & Safety Fire Safety & Emergency Response: • No building approval, fire license & other relevent license-permit as required by law. • No policy-procedure regarding fire safety & emergency actions & do not reviewed annually. • No fire protection system in place, such as – fire fighting equipment, fire alarm bell, etc. / fire protection appliances are non-funtional / no inspaction mechanism of fire protection appliances. • No job safety analysis in the work-place.
  19. 19. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo • No designated responsible safety manager, with senior management buy-in and support for ensuring a safe & healthy workplace. • No designated team for responding & taking actions incase of fire incident & emergency situations. • Arrange all fire protection appliance as required by law & installed in the work-place. • Arrange medical facility & first aid facility as required by law & installed in the work-place. • • • Arrange all kinds of safety guards & do ensure that workers are using those PPEs & safety guards. • Arrange all logistics to implement all above policy-procedures in the work-place. 17 Occupational Health & Safety Fire Safety & Emergency Response: • Employees do not well aware on how to act in case of any incident & emergency. • Fire drill does not conduct monthly as regular basis & everybody do not participate there. • Incompatible, flammable chemicals & combustible materials are not properly stored, segregated or protected to prevent fire. • All exits kept locked in each production floor. • Aisles are not clearly marked with emergency exit routes & not maintained clear of obstructions. • Monthly safety checks are not conducted to ensure all safety guards are properly functioning.
  20. 20. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo • No active safety committee exists as per law. • Building walls (inside and outside) & shelving structures are not visually inspected regularly for cracks or other signs of weakness. 18 Occupational Health & Safety Electrical Safety: • Electrical wiring throughout the Facility is not in full compliance with local regulations. • No qualified electricians for electrical installation, maintenance & inspections. • Lock-out Tag-out procedures are not followed when electrical or heat generating equipment is being serviced.
  21. 21. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo 19 Occupational Health & Safety Chemical Safety: • No chemical inventory maintained. • No MSDSs are maintained for chemicals / MSDSs are not updated. • No chemical purchasing procedures exist to prevent the purchase of Restricted/Banned substances. 20 Occupational Health & Safety Machine Safety: • No policy-procedure in place regarding machine safety, safety guards, safety controls and/or emergency stops in place. • No machine safety guard, where required / those guards are not functioning properly. • No machine maintenance / inspection mechanism. 21 Training & Awareness • Facility does not provide sufficient time to conduct training session effectively.
  22. 22. (Factory Name) (Factory Address) Risk Assessment based on Labor Standard Date of Preparation xxxxxxxxx Assessor YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Date of next Review xxxxxxxxx YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Comments on the Review Updated Assessment conducted based on All factory(s) as well as sub-suppliers Version no. 000 Sl Area Possibility of the Risk Action to be taken to avoid this Risk Page: 1 of 17 Factory Logo • Top management & workers do not received training as required by law, such as – working hour, wage & benefit, leave, disciplinary actions, health & safety, PPE, fire safety, emergency actions, etc. • No feed-back mechanism after the training for next action. • Needs to be developed Training policy complying with all risk factors & legal requirements & documented in place. • Designate 1 individual / department as accountable to conduct training as required by law. • Design training curriculum, such as – module, attendance, report, feed-back system, etc.
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    Nov. 26, 2019
  • RofiqulIslamShojib

    Mar. 18, 2019

Generally "Risk Assessment" is made based on the Safety aspect in the work place and ethical standard is completely ignored there. That't why this assessment done considering only ethical standard. Any suggestion/guideline would be highly appreciated.

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