Responsibility factor

Shenzhen Hengke Sheng Electronics Co., Ltd. is a new high-tech enterprises. As a professional multi-layer circuit board factory, the main products are multi-layer circuit board, HDI board proofing, HDI circuit board, blind buried hole circuit board, soft and hard combination circuit board, pcb circuit board proofing, ceramic circuit board, high density connection board, multi-layer printed circuit board, etc. Specially for domestic and foreign high-tech enterprises and scientific research units to provide superior fast service. Hengkesheng Electronics has been selected as the annual outstanding supplier of many well-known enterprises at home and abroad. It is a private technology enterprise recognized by the Shenzhen Municipal Science and Technology Bureau. At the same time, the company has worked together in the development process and is committed to creating excellent culture and excellent enterprises. Adhere to the spirit of perseverance, and constantly absorb international emerging technologies. Improve product quality and exceed customer needs.

Labor Human Rights Factors:

1. Child Labor: The company may not employ child labor or support the employment of child labor.

2. Compulsive Labor: Companies may not employ or support the employment of compulsory labor, nor may they require employees to pay (deposit) or deposit their ID cards with the company at the time of employment.

3. Health and Safety: The company should provide a healthy and safe working environment, taking into account the generally perceived hazards and any specific hazards in the industry, and should take appropriate measures to minimize the potential hazards in the working environment to avoid health hazards at work or due to work or work related accidents. Freedom to form trade unions and the right to collective bargaining: Companies should respect the right of all employees to freely form and join trade unions and to bargain collectively.

5. Discrimination: Does not support any discrimination in hiring, pay, training opportunities, promotion, dismissal or retirement on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, religion, political affiliation, trade union membership, country of origin, marital status, gender identity or any other status protected by national law.

6. Disciplinary Measures: The Company shall not engage in or support physical punishment, mental or physical coercion, and verbal abuse.

7. Working Hours: The Company complies with applicable laws and industry standards regarding working hours; under no circumstances shall employees be required to work more than 60 hours a week, and employees shall have at least one day's rest in every seven-day period. All overtime work is subject to additional compensation.

8. Remuneration: The company should ensure that the standard work week it pays is at least the minimum wage required by law or industry, meets the basic needs of employees, and provides some discretionary income.

9. Management system: senior management should formulate company policies on social responsibility and labor conditions to ensure this policy.

Business Ethical Responsibility Factor:

The company is committed to the highest standards of ethical behavior when dealing with employees, suppliers and customers.

1. Business reputation: Any form of corruption, extortion and misappropriation is strictly prohibited. Do not violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), any international anti-corruption provisions and applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations in your country, and do not engage in any form of corruption, extortion or misappropriation. No bribery or other means may be used to obtain improper benefits. The principle of fair competition must be upheld in advertising, sales and competition.

2. Information disclosure: Information about its business activities, structure, financial status and performance must be accurately recorded and disclosed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations and corresponding industry practices. Whistleblower Protection and Anonymous Complaints: Develop programs to protect the confidentiality of suppliers and employee whistleblowers and prohibit retaliation against employees who participate in such programs in good faith or who refuse to accept violations. Provide an anonymous complaint mechanism in accordance with local laws and regulations, allowing employees to report dissatisfaction with the workplace.

4. Participation in community building: Encourage members to participate in community activities to promote social and economic development and contribute to the sustainable development of the communities in which they operate.

5. Protect intellectual property rights: Intellectual property rights must be respected; customer information must be protected; and technology and know-how must be transferred in a manner that protects intellectual property rights.

Health and Safety

Provide a safe and healthy working environment. Eliminate any working conditions that seriously endanger life safety or health, prevent any major fire or explosion accidents, and prevent fatal accidents on the operation site.

1. Working Conditions

(1) Obtain, maintain and update all necessary health and safety permits and comply with the relevant provisions of these permits.

(2) Identify and evaluate possible occupational health and safety risks (including fire protection, industrial hygiene, strong-force work, machine protection, etc.), eliminate or reduce risks through hazard elimination,

substitution, engineering control, preventive maintenance and safety work procedures (including lock-out/tag-out), and provide appropriate personal protective equipment when necessary. In addition, appropriate measures should be taken to protect the safety and health of women workers, especially pregnant and breastfeeding women.

(3) Develop the necessary procedures and systems to prevent, manage, track, and report work-related injuries and illnesses, and implement corrective actions to eliminate the effects and help employees return to work.

(4) Provide appropriate health and safety training to employees in the local language and post health and safety related information in the workplace.

2. Living conditions

Provide clean toilet facilities and drinking water for employees, and provide clean and hygienic food, storage and dining facilities when necessary. The staff dormitory should be clean and safe, and reasonable living space.

3. Emergency Preparedness

Identify and evaluate possible emergency situations and emergencies, including but not limited to fires, explosions, fatal accidents, mass poisoning, etc., and implement emergency plans and response procedures, including: emergency reports, on-site first aid, notification and evacuation procedures, regular training and drills, and recovery plans, etc, minimize the impact on people, the environment, and property.

4, Absolute Rule

The following safety rules should be followed to ensure that all employees fully understand and comply with them, and supervise their implementation:

A, Aerial Work

(1) Never engage in any aerial work unless properly trained and qualified;

(2) Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment when working at heights;

(3) Never walk or stand under hoisted objects;

(4) Never throw tools or other objects while working at height.

B, driving operation

(1) always wear seat belts when driving or riding a vehicle;

(2) Never use a mobile phone during driving;

(3) Never exceed the speed limit;

(4) Never drive fatigued.

C, Live Work

Never engage in live work

D, alcohol or drugs

Never work during the influence of alcohol or drugs unless properly trained and qualified.

3. Environmental Protection

(1) Environmental Permits and Reports

Obtain, maintain, and renew all required environmental permits (e. g., emission monitoring), approvals, and registrations, and comply with their operating and reporting requirements.

(2) Product Environmental Requirements

comply with all applicable laws and regulations on prohibited or restricted substances and customer requirements, such as RoHS, REACH, etc., and take effective measures to prohibit or restrict the use of specific substances in products

or/and manufacturing processes.

(3) Prevention of environmental pollution

Comply with all applicable laws and regulations on pollutants (including waste water, waste gas and solid waste), including relevant requirements for manufacturing, transportation, storage, treatment and discharge

, reduce or eliminate the generation and discharge of pollution from the source, prohibit illegal discharge of toxic and harmful pollutants, and prevent noise pollution.

(4) Energy Conservation and Emission Reduction

Take conservation and alternative measures to reduce the consumption of energy, water and natural resources to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Management System Requirements

1. Company Commitments and Management Responsibilities

Senior management shall issue corporate social responsibility policy statements in local languages, commit to complying with applicable laws and regulations, commit to meeting customer requirements, commit to complying with the requirements of this Code, and commit to continuous improvement.

clearly designates a senior manager responsible for corporate social responsibility, identifies and controls risks, conducts regular internal audits and management reviews, establishes an internal assessment and accountability mechanism, and promotes continuous improvement.

2 Risk Assessment and Risk Management

In accordance with applicable laws and regulations and customer requirements (including the requirements of this Code), identify corporate social responsibility risks and possible impacts related to supplier operations, and implement appropriate procedures and substantive control measures based on the relative importance of risks to control and minimize risks and eliminate impacts.

3 Management of Upstream Suppliers

Establish a procurement CSR management system, incorporate the requirements of this code as procurement requirements into upstream supplier management, including requiring upstream suppliers to sign written commitments as upstream selection certification standards, and conduct regular audits to ensure continuous compliance and promote continuous improvement.

4 Internal Audits and Management Reviews

regularly audits its own factories and their upstream suppliers to ensure compliance with the requirements of the law and this Code. The supplier's senior management shall regularly review the social responsibility management system of itself and upstream suppliers to ensure its continuous suitability, adequacy and effectiveness.