Roman Daniels Suit Club takes an active role in Ethical Sourcing. As a
result, we outright will not source goods from certain countries,
regions or organisations that show disregard for such matters.
We require all our suppliers to recognise and adopt the BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) Code of Conduct.
The BSCI Code of Conduct aims to set out the values and principles that BSCI participants strive to implement with their business partners along their supply chains. Each BSCI participant endorses the Code of Conduct when joining the initiative.
The BSCI Code draws on important international labour standards, protecting workers rights such as International Labour Organisation (ILO) conventions and declarations, the United Nations (UN) guiding principles on business and human rights, as well as guidelines for multinational enterprises of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
On a practical level these principles include but are not limited to: the rights of freedom of association and collective bargaining; fair remuneration; occupational health and safety; special protection for young workers; no child labour; no bonded labour; ethical business behaviour; no discrimination; decent working hours; no precarious employment and environmentally considerate practices.
Through our office in Qingdao we regularly check up on the practices of our suppliers and where necessary guide them. Certain matters are not negotiable, such as the issue of child labour, other issues require management and guidance, such as the phasing in of environmentally considerate practices.
Our office in Qingdao also acts as a means of quality control for all our orders and reviewing production at several points during the production process.