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BSCI Audit Checklist

A BSCI audit checklist is a tool used to assess the compliance of a supplier’s social and ethical practices with the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) Code of Conduct. The checklist covers areas such as labor rights, health and safety, and environmental standards, and is designed to ensure that suppliers meet the required ethical standards in their operations.

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Wages and Benefit
Are Wage sheets for the past year available?
Are Overtime sheets for the past year available?
Are Timecards for the past year available?
Are Pay slips available?
Does the business have a Workers participation and welfare fund?
Is there a Financial audit report from last year?
Is there an Earn Leave Payment record sheet?
Policy & procedure
Is the business' Corporate Social Policy based on BSCI (especially the anti-corruption/bribery policy)?
Is there a Grievance Procedure in place?
Has a Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment (HIRA) been done?
Is there an Emergency Preparedness Policy and Procedure in place?
Training & all registers
Is there an Attendance Report for all Trainings?
Is there a Leave Register?
Is there a Maternity Benefit Register?
Is there a Grievance Register & Complaint Record?
Is there a Childcare register?
Is there a Fire Drill register?
Is there an Accident and Injury register?
Is there a Daily Production Record?
Is there an Inspection Record of Electrical Equipment?
Is there an Inspection Record of Machine Maintenance?
Have mid management & workers been trained about the BSCI base code, OHS, PPE, firefighting, first aid?
Is there a Chemical Handling Training register?
Has refreshment training on electrician, mechanic, boiler and generator operation been conducted?
Are there Competency Certificates of doctors, nurses, electricians, boiler operators, first aiders?
Is there a Certificate of Incorporation?
Is there a Trade License?
Is there a Fire License?
Is there a Factory License?
Does the business have an ERC/IRC?
Does the business have EPB?
Is there a Bond license?
Is there a Building Approval Plan?
Is there an Approved Factory Layout Plan?
Does the business hvae Tin/vat?
Is there a Membership Certificate?
Is there a Boiler License/Waive Certificate?
Is there an Environment Certificate?
Is there a Group Insurance with an update record?
Is there a Fire Insurance?
Is there an Energy Regulatory Certificate/waiver certificate?
Environmental Issues
Does the business have Production Capacity planning in written form?
Are there Working Rules?
Is the business' Water consumption within limits?
Has drinking water, wastewater, noise, air emission, lighting and temperature been inspected?
Is there a record of receipt, consumption, withdrawal & disposal of chemicals, including MSDS?
Are there Operating and Safety Instructions for all machines?
Other documents
Is there a personal data file for all employees including security guard with job description, boiler operatior, electrician, nurse, doctor, maternity leave enjoyed workers, lefty employees?
Is there a Service book for all employees?
Are there appointed senior management representatives to monitor social and environmental issues?
Is there a notice file?
Is there a list to festival holidays?
Is there a list of fire fighters/first aide?
Is there a list of toilets?
Is there a Number of Firefighting equipment?
Number of first aid box?
Is there an agreement copy of waste disposal?
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Ensuring Ethical Supply Chains: The Importance of Using the BSCI Audit Checklist

The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) audit checklist is a tool used by organizations to assess the social and ethical practices of their suppliers. The BSCI is a leading business-driven initiative that aims to improve working conditions and promote sustainable business practices in global supply chains.

The BSCI audit checklist covers a range of areas, including labour rights, health and safety, environmental standards, and management systems. It provides a framework for evaluating a supplier’s compliance with the BSCI Code of Conduct, which sets out the minimum requirements for social and ethical practices in the workplace.

The checklist is designed to help organizations ensure that their suppliers are meeting the required ethical standards in their operations. It provides a systematic approach to assessing compliance, with a focus on identifying areas where improvements are needed. By using the BSCI audit checklist, organizations can gain a better understanding of the social and ethical risks associated with their supply chains, and take appropriate action to address these risks.

Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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