What is BSCI?

The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is a leading business-driven initiative that supports retailers, importers and brands to improve working conditions worldwide. It is applicable to different sizes of companies and covers all products sourced from any country. Its Code of Conduct is based on the most fundamental labour standards that protect the workers’ rights, including the International Labour Organization (ILO) Conventions.

The BSCI provides companies with practical management, auditing tools and guidelines to implement BSCI’s Code of Conduct and to monitor improvement of working conditions in supply chains. Participating companies are invited to actively develop sustainable working conditions in the global supply chain.

Cavron Global Member of BSCI


As a dedicated and responsible company, passionate employees are our most valuable resource. Hence, it is important for us to create a workplace where people enjoy coming to work every day. This gives us motivation in terms of our daily conduct and the sustainable culture we build.

We have been trying the best to enhance our social compliance. All the commitment and efforts are proven to be worthwhile. Today, PT Cavron Global is approved by the BSCI and became one of its participating members.

To keep a promise, we will continue to uphold the BSCI Code of Conduct, respect the highest labour protection and human rights, within our capability and responsibility.

Cavron Global Verified member of BSCI

The BSCI Code of Conduct

The BSCI Code of Conduct aims at setting 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.

11 Principles Aiming At The Highest Labour Protection

The BSCI Code draws on important international labour standards protecting workers rights such as International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions and declarations, the United Nations (UN) Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights as well as guidelines for multinational enterprises of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

It sets out 11 core labour rights, which participants and their business partners commit to implementing within their supply chains in a step-by-step development approach.


The Rights of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining

Our enterprise respects the right of workers to form unions or other kinds of worker’s associations and to engage in collective bargaining.




Fair Remuneration

Our enterprise respects the right of workers to receive fair remuneration.


Occupational Health and Safety
Our enterprise ensures a healthy and safe working environment, assessing risk and taking all necessary measures to eliminate or reduce it.



Special Protection for Young Workers
Our enterprise provides special protection to any workers that are not yet adults.


No Bonded Labour
Our enterprise does not engage in any form of forced servitude, trafficked or non-voluntary labour.


Ethical Business Behaviour
Our enterprise does not tolerate any acts of corruption, extortion, embezzlement or bribery.


No Discrimination
Our enterprise provides equal opportunities and does not discriminate against workers.


Decent Working Hours
Our enterprise observes the law regarding hours of work.

no child labour

No Child Labour
Our enterprise does not hire any worker below the legal minimum age.


No Precarious Employment
Our enterprise hires workers on the basis of documented contracts according to the law.


Protection of the Environment
Our enterprise takes the necessary measures to avoid environmental degradation.

Social Responsibility At The Core Of Business

The Code of Conduct sets the approach undertaken by BSCI participants and their producers to incorporate social responsibility at the core of their business.


Code Obervance
Our enterprise is obliged to protect workers rights as mandated by the law and the BSCI Code.


Workers Involvement and Protection
Our enterprise keeps workers informed about their rights and responsibilities.


Supply Chain Management and Cascade Effect
Our enterprise uses the BSCI principles to influence other business partners.


Grievance Mechanism
Our enterprise provides a system to collect complaints and suggestions from employees.