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Disney auditing standards updated from June 2016

Source: TRANWIN 2019-06-15 16:27 by admin Disney auditing standards updated from June 2016 Read: 662

Disney's Minimum Compliance Standard MCS, which was implemented on June 1, 2016. Disney requires all plants engaged in the production of Disney-branded products to meet or maintain at least the minimum compliance standard ("MCS"). In order to reach the MCS, the factory must prove that it does not have any of the following categories of violations:

●Child labor

●Involuntary labor

● Forced and / or harassed

● Discrimination

● Severe health and safety conditions

●Freedom of association

●Subcontracting and family workers

In addition, MCS requires the factory to provide complete and accurate information, including viewing all physical locations within the facility, documentation, and individual interviews with workers.

The ILS headquarters recently adjusted the ILS auditing standards. The violations of the factory fire protection were more stringent than before, and a number of fire non-compliance were added as MCS violations. The newly added MCS violations were marked as yellow as follows. The item is an MCS violation for each item that meets the criteria. Every other violation in the "Best Practices Guide" below will be combined into one MCS violation.

"Severe health and safety conditions" include (but are not limited to) certain violations involving fire safety in the MCS, such as:

★ emergency exit lock or block

★The emergency exit did not meet the required quantity

★ Failure to conduct regular emergency evacuation drills

The following "Best Practices Guide" compiles a series of general, basic guidelines best practice guidelines for factory fire safety issues and emergency handling, compliance with MCS fire safety and emergency safety. ● Always keep all emergency exits unlocked and clean up all obstacles Things. The side hinges of the emergency exit safety door and the opening direction should be the same as the direction of the evacuation route.

● In order to ensure the rapid evacuation of all workers upstairs and downstairs, a sufficient number of exit and exit stairs (at least two) should be provided.

● Any emergency exit that cannot be opened from the outside and needs to be opened by internal devices (for example, crossbars or pushers). It should be operated without any special knowledge or skills, no additional force, no delay, no time. A key or tool is required.

● Any automatic emergency exit must remain in normal operation during a power outage, or it can be manually opened for immediate evacuation without additional force.

● Ensure that there are no waste, debris, objects, equipment or anything that may obstruct the observation of the exit and/or hinder the employee from reaching the exit quickly.

●Make sure that the evacuation path is clearly marked on the ground with the appropriate signs and that the path is clear – but narrow, without obstructions, debris or anything that might impede rapid evacuation.

● Ensure that the evacuation stairwell is open at all times, but narrow and not used to store any objects, debris or anything else that may impede rapid evacuation.

● Ensure that there are no obstacles outside the emergency exit that may impede the safety door from opening completely and that the exit is away from building structures that may restrict the flow of people to the safe area.

● Consult with local fire authorities and formulate policies and procedures for fire safety and emergency safety; assign personnel to receive fire safety and evacuation procedures, and conduct ongoing assessments of fire safety and evacuation preparations, including related training and evacuation procedures

● Develop an emergency evacuation plan, post clear signs, distinguish evacuation routes, inform and organize employees for emergency evacuation drills, and use this as part of all new employee induction training.

● Conduct emergency evacuation drills as required by law and ask the local fire department for guidance. If there is no local requirement, the entire factory exercise should be conducted at least every 6 months; the results of the exercise should be archived and evaluated for further improvement.

● Ensure that the dormitory is not used for material storage, product production and/or machine repair workshops, and should be prohibited for permanent or temporary use

● Ensure that sound and light fire alarms, smoke alarms, emergency lights and exit indicators are installed in accordance with local laws and scheduled for regular testing to maintain normal operation.

● Install a sufficient number of fire extinguishers of the correct type and normal use in accordance with local laws; conduct monthly tests to maintain normal operation.

● Ensure that any flammable and explosive objects, such as paint, solvents and portable gas pressure bottles, are stored away from heat or open flames; and organize personnel training on how to handle these materials safely.

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