At Safetyware Sdn Bhd and all its subsidiary (“Safetyware Group”), we are deeply committed to upholding and promoting human rights throughout our organization and across all our business activities. We recognize that human rights are fundamental and universal, and we strive to ensure that all individuals associated with Safetyware Group are treated with dignity, respect, and equality. This policy outlines our commitment to human rights and the principles we adhere to:
Safetyware Group is dedicated to maintaining a work environment that is free from discrimination, harassment, or victimization based on race, colour, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by Malaysian law. We are committed to providing equal opportunities for employment, development, and advancement to all individuals.
We are committed to fair and ethical employment practices. This includes providing fair wages, reasonable working hours, and safe working conditions for all our employees.
In compliance with applicable laws, we do not employ children. We strictly prohibit the use of forced labour, child labour, or any form of exploitative labour practices within our organization and supply chain.
The health, safety, and well-being of our employees, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders are of paramount importance. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment and adhering to relevant health and safety regulations.
Please refer to Safety and Health Policy for more details.
Safetyware Group is committed to safeguarding the privacy and personal data of our employees, customers, and partners. We comply with applicable data protection laws and take necessary measures to protect personal information from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.
Please refer to Personal Data Protection Policy for more details.
We recognise and respect the legal and customary rights of local communities and indigenous people, as well as the need to protect the basic human rights of marginalised group, including refugees and differently abled people.
As a responsible corporate citizen, Safetyware Group seeks to engage with and contribute positively to the communities in which we operate. We respect the rights and customs of local communities and aim to make a positive impact through various social responsibility initiatives.
Safetyware Group maintains an accessible and confidential grievance mechanism to receive and address any concerns related to human rights violations within our organization or supply chain. We are committed to addressing grievances promptly and impartially. We have established grievance procedures and whistleblowing channels which all our stake holders are encouraged to use to report potential ethics, human rights, legal or regulatory violations, including improper or unethical business practices.
The responsibility for implementing and monitoring this Human Rights Policy lies with the executive management team of Safetyware Group. This policy will be regularly reviewed to ensure its continued relevance and effectiveness.
This Human Rights Policy reflects our unwavering commitment to respecting and promoting human rights in all our activities. We encourage feedback and collaboration from all stakeholders to continuously improve our human rights practices.
Safetyware Group reserves the right to modify and/or revised this Policy from time to time.
The Policy sets out the general principles and guidance, and shall not constitute a ground for any counterparts, stakeholders, third parties etc. to claim against Safetyware Group for any liability.