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Sainsbury's
中文翻译:塞恩斯伯里超市,森斯伯瑞超市,森宝利超市
公司网址:www.sainsburys.co.uk




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全英第三大的超市,其他英国大超市:TESCOASDAWM Morrisons

塞恩斯伯里超市不只是食物零售店,他还是英国富时指数100(FTSE)强里有着141年悠久历史的英国领头零售店。

过去的几年里经济起起伏伏,塞恩斯伯里却不仅仅抵御住了风暴,还实现了持续的增长,连续5年都保持增长的势头,2009/2010年销售增加了5%以上,每周到塞恩斯伯里购物的顾客超过1千9百万。

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Sainsbury是英国ETI组织的成员,需要SEDEX验厂

Sourcing Office

Sainsbury's Asia Ltd
Suite 1-7 & 12
Tower 1, The Gateway, Harbour City,
25 Canton Road, TST,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
China
Tel: 00852 3667 9308
Tel: 00852 3667 9307
Email: Asia.Office@sainsburys.com.hk

Ethical trading

Our Code of Conduct for Ethical Trade covers the employment practices we expect from our suppliers, both in the UK and abroad.

Ethical trading

Our customers want to be confident that the people who make and sell our products are not being exploited, or exposed to unsafe working conditions. Our Code of Conduct for Ethical Trade covers the employment practices we expect from our suppliers, both in the UK and abroad. As founder members of the Ethical Trading Initiative, our Code of Conduct is consistent with the ETI Base Code and national and international laws.

We pride ourselves on having good supplier relationships and work with them to support our ethical trade goals in the following areas:

Policies and procedures

We were the first supermarket to implement a voluntary code of conduct that went beyond the obligations contained in the previous Supermarkets Code of Practice. We have consistently supported the strengthened and widened Grocery Supply Code of Practice (GSCOP) which came into force in February 2010 following the Competition Commission report into the grocery market. We have made significant investments to implement GSCOP throughout our business.

Our Supplier Handbook, which is issued to all suppliers, is our legally binding code of commercial practice. It incorporates GSCOP and our Code of Conduct for Ethical Trade. Where there have been disagreements with suppliers about a particular trading practice or decision we have a proven record of effective internal escalation and resolution. We support effective GSCOP enforcement, but we remain of the view that an additional enforcement body is unnecessary, as the strengthened provisions in the GSCOP and the  existing enforcement regime are already self sufficient and fully address the areas of concern identified by the Competition Commission.

All our new suppliers are risk assessed prior to us establishing a relationship and are required to sign up to our terms and conditions which incorporate the Code of Conduct for Ethical Trade. Our assessment tools determine the level of ethical trading risk of each supplier and require suppliers to undertake a third-party, independent ethical audit where necessary. This in depth analysis allows us to determine whether a supplier is eligible to work with us. Suppliers are required to ensure that our Code of Conduct is applied to their suppliers and sub-contractors.

Auditing and tracking

We work with lower risk suppliers to assess their risks and performance against our Code of Conduct whilst higher-risk suppliers are required to have independent, third party ethical audits. Over 1,700 audits and site visits were conducted at Sainsbury's suppliers last year.

Suppliers' ongoing ethical trade performance is then regularly tracked through the Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (SEDEX), our own internal databases and our supplier scorecard. Corrective actions which are identified through audits are resolved in a timely manner by suppliers with support from our ethical and technical teams. We report back to internal colleagues on supplier compliance and best practice on a regular basis and share our performance externally through meetings and workshops. Our Product Technologists and Ethical Trade teams visit suppliers throughout the year to ensure that our ethical requirements are being met and provide support on ethical issues where required.

Close monitoring of suppliers means that we are able to identify trends of common issues. It also enables us to give additional support to those suppliers who may find it challenging to achieve our standards.

Training and capacity building

We recognise that relevant colleagues need an awareness of ethical trade and their potential influence on the supply chain. These colleagues are required to undertake training on the importance of ethical trade and ethical purchasing practices. Their performance is measured on this target and also on how they track suppliers' compliance against our ethical trading requirements.

We regard building long and stable relationships with our suppliers as a key priority for delivering consistently high quality products for our customers as well as ensuring we are trading fairly and ethically. To achieve this goal, we ensure that our suppliers have the skills and capacity required to ensure both they and their suppliers comply with our ethical trading requirements and promote best practice in people management. We achieve this through continuous dialogue and knowledge sharing as well as newsletters, supplier conferences and working groups. In total, we provided 8,600 hours of training for our food suppliers along our supply chains in 2010 and 2,700 hours for our non-food suppliers.

Our primary method for providing formal training to Sainsbury's suppliers is through our Technical Management Academy (TMA), established in 2006 in partnership with Campden BRI, a leader in food and drink research and training. Our technologists work with suppliers to identify where teams or individuals would benefit from ethical trade training and the Academy provides a modular approach to tailor this to their needs. In the past year, over 90 food suppliers and 150 non-food suppliers have received ethical trade training through the TMA. In addition, in 2009/10 we launched the TMA in China, where we trained over 100 suppliers based in Asia and developed a Fairtrade and ethical trade component to TMAs held in South and East Africa.

In early 2010 our first ethical non-food workshop brought together our top 60 clothing suppliers in London to discuss issues within the supply chain and how through a coordinated approach we can resolve them. We also held supplier workshops for our footwear, menswear and accessories suppliers.

Our offices in Hong Kong, China and Bangladesh enable us to support our suppliers and reinforce our ethical trading standards. The teams complement our dedicated team in the UK and allow us to manage projects and remediation clearly.

Collaborations and project monitoring

In addition to our supplier monitoring we have a programme of 'Beyond Auditing' projects where we look at industry wide issues and work in collaboration with a range of partners to influence the supply chains that we source from. Our projects currently focus on issues including living wage in Bangladesh and working hours in China.

In our food supply chains, we have actively participated in the Equality and Human Rights Commission Meat and Poultry Processing Task Force in collaboration with other retailers, key suppliers, trade unions and industry bodies. We have shared the lessons learnt from this group on managing agency workers, and supporting workforce cohesion with our technical teams and suppliers. We continue to work closely with the Gangmasters Licensing Authority to ensure the welfare of agency workers in our supply chains.

We continue to run our living wage project in Bangladesh, focusing on increased productivity and efficiencies. As Bangladesh is an important sourcing country for us, with many economic and social challenges, we have widened the scope of our project work with a collaborative initiative with five other high street retailers and Department for International Development which covers 110 factories across India and Bangladesh.

Our ongoing engagement with the ETI enables us to remain up to date with new developments in the area of ethical trade, to take part in collaborations which have a positive impact on the welfare of workers and to take learning from ETI programmes to share with our own supply chains.



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Part 1 - Points to Note for Sainsbury’s Quality Audit

A. Audit Procedure 实地评估内容
1. Opening meeting with management 召开管理层会议
2. Review pre-audit questionnaire 审阅评估前所做的问卷表
3. Review the FQA programme 审阅工厂质量评估计划
4. System manual & procedures look up 检查系统手册和步骤
5. Factory tour 巡查工厂
6. Closing meeting 总结会议

B.Notes to auditee: 评估者要注意的事项:

Our audit will mainly focus on the following areas:
我们的评估主要集中在以下方面:
1.Hazard and Risk Management(For product safety and legality but NOT related toworkshop/occupational health & safety). 危害事物和风险评估 / 管理
2.Quality System 质量体系
3.Purchasing 采购
4.Design Control设计控制
5. Incoming Goods & Materials (including Packaging)? Traceability 进来的产品和原料控制
6.Manufacturing Process Control 生产过程的控制
7.Manufacturing Process Inspection生产过程的检验
8. Final Inspection, Packing & Storage最终检验,包装和储存控制
9.Process monitoring and inspection equipment生产过程的监控及质量检查器材
10. Training, Personnel and Internal Quality Audit培训和内部质量评估
11. Housekeeping & Hygiene厂房管理及卫生
12. Waste and Waste Disposal 废弃物及其处理
13. Customer Complaints Corrective / Preventative Actions 对客户投诉的改正和预防措施
14.Product Recall产品回收
15. Product Safety产品安全

参考资料
[1].  J.Sainsbury   http://www.j-sainsbury.co.uk/

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