Social Accountability Policy

Om Sakthi Mills is dedicated to excel in the apparel production by adhering to all the principles of SA8000 through team work and involving all the employees.

Om Sakthi Mills, shall engage in...

  • Complying with national & international workplace regulation in the apparel product manufacturing
  • Employing workers only above 18 years of age.
  • Prohibiting neither the organisation nor any entity supplying labour to the organisation shall engage in or support human trafficking.
  • Pay employee the minimum wages and benefits required by the law.
  • Premium wage for overtime and holiday if employed to do so
  • Working hours as per regulation.
  • Providing hygiene health and safety work environment.
  • Recognise and respect the right of employees to freely associate in accordance with existing laws and collectively bargain.
  • Assessing all the workplace risks to new, expectant and nursing mothers including those arising out of their work activity, to ensure that all reasonable steps are taken to remove or reduce any risks to their health and safety.
  • Maintaining friendly environment to neighbour, well-wishers & the region.
  • Complying to all customs formalities
  • Adopting tight security systems in place to avoid illegal interdictions

Om Sakthi Mills shall not engage in...

  • Use of child labour / young labour less than 18 years of age
  • Use of forced labour
  • Use of labour supply organisation and shall ensure that no employment fees or costs are borne in whole or in part by workers
  • Or support Discrimination in hiring, remuneration, access to training, promotion, termination or retirement based on race, national or territorial or social origin, caste, birth, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, marital status, union membership, political opinions, age or any other condition that could give rise to discrimination.
  • Physical, sexual or psychological harassment or abuse of our employees
  • Conducting pregnancy test for women
  • Usage of home workers
  • Compelling the workers to work extensive overtime hours or exceeding the regulatory norms
  • Deduction from wages for penalty and fines as a disciplinary practise.

The above principles are incorporated in a documented management system which is audited and reviewed periodically.