Sustainable Communities
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Procument Policy
Increase the development, awareness and purchase of environmentally preferred products (EPP) and services from ethically minded manufacturers.

Man Brothers will, wherever possible, source products and services that safeguard human rights, ethics and the environment.

Promoting health & safety
Benefiting the community
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  • Labour Policy
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Man Brothers strongly believes it has the responsibility to engage in employment practices that meet the highest legal and ethical standards. Man Brothers will not tolerate the use of child or forced labour, slavery or human trafficking in any of its operations, facilities and supply chain.

Man Brothers adheres to the minimum age and safe working conditions of its own employees and expects the same of its suppliers.

Man Brothers has developed this Statement of Principles on Child and Forced Labour
as an expression of its own commitment and the expectations we have for suppliers.

  • Operations
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Man Brothers does not engage in or condone the unlawful employment or exploitation of children in the workplace or the use of forced labour.

In accordance with the conventions of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and national laws, Man Brothers will restrict employment to those ages 15 or older, or the local minimum employment age, or the mandatory schooling age, whichever is higher. Furthermore, all temporary workers utilized by Man Brothers, and all third party-employed workers who perform work on Man Brothers premises, shall meet these minimum-age requirements. Man Brothers also explicitly prohibits the use of forced labour, i.e., any work or service that a worker performs involuntarily, under threat of penalty.

  • Suppliers
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Man Brothers will not tolerate the use of unlawful child labour or forced labour in the manufacture of products from suppliers and will not knowingly accept products or services from suppliers, subcontractors or business partners (collectively referred to as “Suppliers”) that employ or utilize child labour or forced labour in any manner.

Man Brothers’ Suppliers shall not employ or utilize in any manner any individual below the minimum employment age set by national law or by ILO Convention 138, whichever is the higher. ILO Convention 138 provides that the minimum employment age should be not less than the mandatory schooling age of the country in which the individual is employed and, in any case, not less than 15 years (except for certain developing countries, where a minimum age of 14 years is applicable), subject to permitted exceptions set by the ILO and national law.

  • Giving Back
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Man Brothers supports a range of community initiatives through donations, sponsorships and employee volunteer activities.

Habitat for Humanity

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation ~ Ride for Diabetes

United Way

World Vision

Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care

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