Kaio-Dia Code of Conduct

 KAIO-DIA provides safe and healthy working conditions, use fair hiring practices, treat their employees with dignity and respect, and adhere to environmentally responsible practices in manufacturing. The Code incorporates international best practices in the areas of Labor and Human Rights, Health and Safety, Environmental Impact, Ethics and Management Commitment.

1. Compliance with Laws

KAIO-DIA and its designated manufacturing facilities fully comply with all applicable national, state or local laws and regulations including, but not limited to, those relating to labor and employment, immigration, health and safety, intellectual property, corruption and the environment.

2. Labor Standards

KAIO-DIA employment is purely voluntary. KAIO-DIA adopts a zero tolerance policy on indentured labor, trafficking, slavery or child labor.

3. Labor hours

KAIO-DIA has an 8 hour workday during weekdays. Any additions are properly compensated.

4. Hiring and Employment Practices

KAIO-DIA accurately verifies worker’s age and legal right to work in the country prior to employment. All terms and conditions of employment are be based on an individual’s ability and willingness to do the job.

5. Compensation

KAIO-DIA compensates all its workers and employees fair wages, overtime premiums, and benefits that meet or exceed standards required by law.

6. Freedom of Association

Workers and employees are allowed the right to join associations and trade unions.

7. Health, Hygiene and Safety

KAIO-DIA provides its workers and employees with a safe and healthy work place that (i) has in place adequate fire and life safety measures, systems, and equipment; (ii) is free of harmful pollution, toxic material and waste; (iii) has in place measures to prevent accidents and injury at work; and (iv) has adequate emergency preparedness and responses.

8. Environment

KAIO-DIA is compliant with local environmental laws and practices including but not limited to those pertaining to waste disposal (proper handling of toxic and hazardous waste, segregation where regulated, etc.), air emissions, pollution, discharges, etc.