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A. FACTORY AUDITS

1. SOCIAL COMPLIANCES

Corporate responsibility and social compliance is an obligation in today’s global business. The public, the consumers and the investors are increasingly expecting compliance to set social standards and ethical guidelines.
Cases of serious misconduct are unacceptable leading suppliers, importers and retailers into a negative spot-light.
SAXA analyses factories for their social accountability focusing on the complete supply chain of materials and accessories. Thereupon, SAXA provides suggestions and solutions for corrective action.

2 kamagra tablets ocw.upc.edu. QUALITY SYSTEM

SAXA examines factories to assess their organisation, production, internal QC, packing and warehouse conditions ensuring that they meet international standards. The objective of a factory audit is to evaluate a factory for its capability to produce products within a consistent manufacturing process. The aim of the factory audit is to verify if the manufacturers’ quality management system, sewing or assembly line, testing, inspection procedures, facilities and equipment comply with international requirements.

3. ETHICAL AUDITS USING CLIENTS' CODE OF CONDUCT

SAXA works closely with the factories in order to ensure that they conform to the rules of social accountability by the organization including not only the organization's own policies and practices but also those of its supply and distribution chains.
It is a continuing process in which the involved parties continue to search for better ways to protect the health, safety, and fundamental rights of their employees, and to protect and enhance the community and environment in which they operate.