Supplier Conduct Principles

Supplier Conduct Principles

In order to improve the risk management in supply chain , ASUS has formulated ASUS Supply Chain Code of Conduct in accordance with the EICC Code of Conduct and the Code of Corporate Social Responsibility for public company. At the same time, ASUS requires suppliers to sign and promise to share the corporate social responsibility of the supply chain.

The numbers of suppliers signed and the completion rate are as below:

In 2014, all 169 of new suppliers sign the consent, 100%.
In 2015, all 175 of new suppliers sign the consent, 100%.
In 2015, all 211 of new suppliers sign the consent, 100%.

ASUS Code of Conduct Compliance Declaration

Milestone and Achievements:

According to ASUS' audit experiences, findings are mostly founded in labor management. In order to enhance the awareness of the labor rights in the supply chain, ASUS took the EICC Code of Conduct as the basis and included certain clauses from SA8000 and from PAS7000 to formulate and announce “ASUS Supply Chain Code of Conduct” by the end of 2016. In 2017, ASUS will use Supply Chain Code of Conduct to request our suppliers to formulate protection policy on child labor, female employee and pregnant employee, and at the same time prohibit the employment of child labor and forced labor.

ASUS Supply Chain Code of Conduct

ASUS supply chain code of conduct, including five sections of management requirements of EICC code of conduct, and SA8000 for female employee protection and PAS7000 for child labor and forced labor requirements.

In addition, ASUS supply chain code of conduct is consistent with following regulations:

  1. ILO eight core conventions: 29, 87, 98, 100, 105, 111, 138 and 182
  2. UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 32
  3. Relevant local and national Health & Safety and Labour laws effective in the country of manufacture