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Child Labour and Forced Labour

“According to SA 8000, can be considered as a children (III – 7) any person less than 15 yrs of age, unless local minimum age law stipulates a higher age for work or mandatory schooling, in which case the higher age would apply. If, however, local minimum age law is set at 14 yrs of age in accordance with developing country exceptions under ILO Convention 138, the lower age would apply”.

CHILD LABOUR (III – 8) is any work by child younger than the age(s) specified in the above definition of a child, except as provided for by ILO Recommendation 146.

Atlantis Overseas has serious concerns for the future of small children and has stern policies against the child labour working in the factories.

Minimum Legal Age: 18 years.

Prisoners at work; Forbidden according to SA 8000: No prisoners at work.

ID Papers Deposit; Forbidden according to SA 8000: No .

Written Policy: Company has a written policy for hiring its workers.

Age Check: Age of workers is checked with from their Birth Certificates before they are hired.

ID Cards: All workers have ID Cards including the labour and staff.

Historical Child Labour: No Child has ever worked in the factories.


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