In order to maximise the capabilities of each employee Daido Metal Co. Ltd strives to ensure a safe and secure working environment, and to promote efforts to respect human rights and individuality.
1. Respect for Human Rights
We will respect basic human rights and dignity in every business activity and ensure we are not complicit in any violation of human rights.
2. Ban on Discrimination
We will not discriminate against someone due to their national origin, race, ethnicity, skin colour, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, creed, social status, physical characteristics, mental or physical disability, or political beliefs.
3. Ban on Child Labour
We will not accept any form of child labour.
4. Ban on Forced Labour
We will not accept any form of forced labour.
5. Ban on Human Trafficking
We will not accept any form of modern slavery or trafficking.
6. Respect for Employee Rights
We will respect basic employee rights such as group rights of employees, the right to collective bargaining etc. based on the relevant laws and regulations of each country, as well as respecting the diversity of each individual employee and providing fair access to opportunities for development and training based on capability.
7. Appropriate Remuneration and Control of Working Hours
We will ensure that wages and working hours are managed appropriately in accordance with the laws and regulations of each country.
8. Ensuring a Safe and Comfortable Working Environment
We will not permit behaviour which harms others such as sexual harassment or bullying. Furthermore, we will strive to create a healthy, safe and hygienic working environment with open and natural communication, where each employee can work with energy and enthusiasm.
Our UK subsidiary, DAIDO METAL EUROPE LIMITED has issued its FY 2018 Modern Slavery Statement in line with the Section 54 of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.
For more details, please see attached “DME FY2018 Modern Slavery Statement”.
* In 2015, the UK implemented Modern Slavery Act. The Act requires every UK company matching a turnover of more than 36 Million £ per year to declare in a public statement the measures to prevent slavery and servitude, forced or compulsory labor and human trafficking in its value chain.