Adhering to set standards, practices, industry rules and cushion/garment factory regulation is crucial, no matter which industry you work in. However, in the cushion/garment factory, conforming to recognized standards of production is one of the most important steps in order to produce high-quality products while achieving production goals and creating good working environment.

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The SA8000 Standard

The SA8000 standard is one of the world’s leading social standards used for measuring social compliance and implementing international labor standards. It was established by a non-governmental, multi-stakeholder organization named Social Accountability International who strives to eliminate sweatshops by promoting ethical working conditions, labor rights, corporate social responsibility and social dialogue.

The 9 SA8000 social compliance requirements are:

Child labor:

no children younger than 15 years of age may be employed by a factory

Forced labor:

no person may be employed by a company if they haven’t offered to do so voluntarily or be forced to work under the threat of punishment or retaliation

Health and safety:

a safe and healthy workplace environment must be provided by the factory who should also prevent any potential health and safety incidents and work related injury or illness from occurring

Freedom of association and collective bargaining:

all staff have the right to form, join and organize trade unions and to bargain collectively on their behalf


a company is prohibited from engaging in discrimination in hiring, remuneration, access to training, promotion, termination or retirement

Disciplinary practices:

a company is prohibited from engaging in or tolerating the use of corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse of employees

Working hours:

a company must comply with applicable laws, collective bargaining agreements and industry standards on working hours, breaks and public holidays


the right of staff to a living wage must be respected by the company

Management systems:

compliance must be reviewed and implemented to the SA8000 Standard through developed policies and procedures

Care For Our People

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a type of international private business self-regulation that aims to contribute to societal goals of a philanthropic, activist, or charitable nature by engaging in or supporting volunteering or ethically-oriented practices.

While once it was possible to describe CSR as an internal organisational policy or a corporate ethic strategy, that time has passed as various international laws have been developed and various organisations have used their authority to push it beyond individual or even industry-wide initiatives. While it has been considered a form of corporate self-regulation for some time, over the last decade or so it has moved considerably from voluntary decisions at the level of individual organisations, to mandatory schemes at regional, national and international levels.

Corporate Social Responsibility includes six types of corporate social initiatives:

Corporate philanthropy:

company donations to charity, including cash, goods, and services, sometimes via a corporate foundation

Community volunteering:

company-organized volunteer activities, sometimes while an employee receives pay for pro-bono work on behalf of a non-profit organization

Socially-responsible business practices:

ethically produced products which appeal to a customer segment

Cause promotions and activism:

company-funded advocacy campaigns

Cause-related marketing:

donations to charity based on product sales

Corporate social marketing:

company-funded behavior-change campaigns

All six of the corporate initiatives are forms of corporate citizenship. However, only some of these CSR activities rise to the level of cause marketing, defined as “a type of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in which a company’s promotional campaign has the dual purpose of increasing profitability while bettering society.”

Companies generally do not have a profit motive when participating in corporate philanthropy and community volunteering. On the other hand, the remaining corporate social initiatives can be examples of cause marketing, in which there is both a societal interest and profit motive.

Safety & Environment

AUMIRETA GROUP is committed to the Safety and Health of its employees and its operations and to the implementation and development of an Environmental management system.

AUMIRETA GROUP has been implementing occupational health and safety system based on ISO 45001 : 2018 requirements and environmental management system based on ISO 14001 requirements.

Implemented Employee Safety & Health Activities

Employment and Occupational Health. AUMIRETA GROUP always complies with occupational health and safety in all activities by making zero accident our goal. AUMIRETA GROUP believes that Good Safety Means Good Business. Good Business.

Implemented Environmental Activities:

01. The Implementation of Environmental Programs
The Company’s commitment to preserve the environment is applied by conducting various activities as part of the conservation programs.

02. The Implementation of Environmental Compliance
The Company complies with the provisions of laws and regulations related to the management environment. The Company has never been fined or imposed with other legal remedies in relation to any suspicion of environmental management violations.

03. Global concern on the environmental conservation
The Company is committed to being an environmentally friendly company by building environmentally friendly construction (green construction) and environmentally friendly building (green building).

Lower the carbon intensity of our operations
We’re taking actions to reduce the carbon intensity of our operations, with a focus on energy and methane management.

Grow lower carbon businesses
To help advance a lower carbon future, we intend to grow lower carbon businesses in renewable fuels and products, hydrogen, carbon capture, utilization, and storage, offsets and emerging lower carbon opportunities.
Supports well-designed climate policy
We aim to lead in lower carbon intensity oil, products and natural gas and to advance new products and solutions that reduce the carbon emissions of major industries.

Save energy
Using water responsibly is integral to our values, environmental policy, and practices. Conserving and protecting water resources is essential for the communities where we operate and for our business. Using water responsibly is an important part of being a good partner in the communities where we work. We protect this critical natural resource through our risk-based management systems, processes, and standards.