Creating a Safe Working Environment
Target: CKF to work to achieve our target of zero harm.
Mainstay – Safety Award of Excellence
This award was won by CKF in 2014.
This award recognizes a company, labour group, partnership or association that demonstrates real commitment to continuous improvement of workplace health and safety in Nova Scotia. In general, this award recognizes the very best practice in the prevention of workplace injury and/or leadership in fostering timely and safe return to work, toward a culture of workplace safety in Nova Scotia. This award is the highest safety honor bestowed upon an organization or group in Nova Scotia.
We are committed to supporting causes that matter to our clients, our employees and our communities. We aim to make a difference through corporate donations, sponsorships and the volunteer spirit of employees.
Community involvement and being a good corporate citizen are a top priority at CKF. We care about the communities we live and work in, and we wouldn’t consider ourselves to be successful, unless we made a meaningful difference in those communities.
Our employees work at various fundraising initiatives throughout the year to raise awareness and collect donations for the local food banks. In 2014 we donated over 1500 pounds of food and we are on target for donations of 2000 pounds in 2015.
Compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act
CKF is committed to the eradication of slavery and human trafficking and is in compliance with the requirements of the 2010 California Transparency in Supply Chain Act.
As a Canadian company, the rights and privileges of employees are protected by Provincial and Canadian Federal Laws, and we are bound and required to follow all Canadian efforts on the eradication of any form of Forced Labour, Human Trafficking and Child Labour. At a national level, such efforts are covered by the laws implemented by the Canadian Federal and Provincial Governments. Some relevant programs are mentioned below:
– Children’s Rights and Business Principles
– The Official Development Assistance Accountability Act
– National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking
By complying with the above, CKF also complies with the 2010 California Transparency in Supply Chain Act.
In accordance to these guidelines, CKF Inc. performs the following tasks:
– Verifies that all first tier suppliers are in compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chain Act.
– Obtains Supplier Self Assessment Evaluations to verify supplier compliance with company standards for trafficking and slavery in supply chain.
– Has all suppliers certify that materials incorporated into their products comply with the laws regarding slavery and human trafficking of the country or countries in which they are doing business, as well as Canada and California
– Maintains procedures to manage those contractors who fail to comply with company standards regarding slavery. Contractors or Suppliers who fail to comply with this Act will be removed as Suppliers.
– Ensures that all company employees who are responsible for supply chain management undergo regular training on human trafficking and slavery.
– Has enacted a proper reporting and investigation system for employees to use if they become aware of any unlawful, unethical or inhumane conduct, including the ability to complain anonymously at the local company or headquarters levels.
If any further explanation on this field is required, please don’t hesitate to contact us