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SHCH Company Policies (PDF 750 KB)

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Human Resource


Shahi Chiya has a dedicated team of staff with distinctive training and professional profile. Our core team members have been trained and worked in Middle East, Europe Asia, America, and Africa. We seek support from consultants and field resources for project-based work.

Shahi Chiya, “SHCH” has a ‘Consultants Roster’ with over 500 national and international distinguished experts, and it continues to expand.

Human Resource Policies



1. Freedom of Association and Right to Collective Bargaining Policy.

Shahi Chiya gives employers the freedom to let them choose any freedom of association for collective bargaing.in addition to giving this right, this freedom of association would enable workers and employers to join together to protect better only their own economic interests but also their civil freedoms such as the right to life, to security, to integrity, and to the personal and collective freedom respectively.

 

2.Wage, Working Hours and Other Conditions of Work Policy.

Wages paid by Shahi Chiya are reasonable and in accordance with minimum thresholds under national legislation, collective agreement, the prevailing rate for the sector. Shahi Chiya employers wage are paid regularly, on time and without any unlawful deductions. Working hours are worked in accordance with national legislation and any collective agreements. Wages paid are non-prejudice; equal wages are assured for work of equal value, with no discrimination based on gender, race, age or other discriminatory grounds.


3. Forced and Compulsory Labor Policy/Child Labor Policy/Anti-discriminatory Policy.

The right to work freely is a human right which must be protected and enforced in the most efficient and progressive manner for achieving social justice. Child and forced labor are pervasive problems throughout the world. As a global employer and purchaser of services and goods, Shahi Chiya has an important role to play in these issues. To this end, Shahi Chiya has adopted the following Principles to reinforce its core value of treating all people with dignity and respect:

Shahi Chiya will not tolerate the use of child or forced labor in any of its global operations
and facilities.

  • It will not tolerate the exploitation of children, their engagement in unacceptably hazardous work, and the physical punishment, abuse, or involuntary servitude of any worker.
  • We expect the suppliers and contractors with whom we do business to uphold the same standards. Should a pattern of violation of these Principles become known to DuPont and not be corrected, we shall discontinue the business relationship.
  • For purposes of these Principles, a “child” is anyone who is less than 15 years of age.
  • Shahi Chiya supports temporary workplace internship and apprenticeship education programs for younger persons as well as customary seasonal employment so long as such persons are closely supervised and their morals, safety, health and compulsory education are not compromised in any way.

 

4. Quality Management Policy

The purpose of the Quality Management Policy is to ensure a continuous improvementthrough a process of valuation and action planning. The Quality Management Policy and associated procedures will involve all employees, trainees and collaborative partners. The management of the process will be through the existing organizational structure. The quality procedures will seek the views and perceptions of all staff, trainees and other stake holders for whom the Services exist. Wherever appropriate, the procedures will promote the identification of quality standards and performance indicators, against which performance can be measured, evaluated and improved.

Focus of Quality Management

  1. To encourage continuous improvement in the quality of all programmes, thereby making the provision an enjoyable place and through this, increasing trainee retention and the achievement of individual learning aims.
  2. To develop and sustain a diverse range of programmes across Centre which provide opportunities for progression and which provide trainees with experiences and wherever appropriate, qualifications suited to their learning aims.
  3. To ensure rigorous, standardized and consistent assessment procedures, which meet the standards of external validating agencies.
  4. To provide information which supports strategic planning for business development.
  5. To establish standards and monitoring procedures for providing a supportive and accessible range of services to all trainees. This process will be known, throughout the Trust, as the “Quality Management Programme” (QMP).

 

5. Environmental Policy

Shahi Chiya is committed to leading the industry in minimizing the impacts of its activities in the environment. The key points of its strategy to achieve are:

  • Reducing our environmental impacts by minimizing waste,energy and consumption.
  • Improving our energy efficiency.
  • Minimize waste by evaluating operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible.
  • Minimize toxic emissions through the selection and use of its fleet and the source of its power requirement.
  • Actively promote recycling both internally and amongst its customers and suppliers.
  • Meet or exceed all the environmental legislation that relates to the company.
  • Using resources sustainably.
  • Promoting education and awareness of environmental issues.
  • Encouraging sustainable practices by all our people.

 

6. Health and Safety Policy

We are committed to progressive improvements to our Safety Management System which will assist in developing a positive Health and Safety culture throughout the organization. It is believed that the pursuit of this policy will lead to the progressive improvements in our Health and Safety performance. The Company recognizes that Health and Safety can only be effectively controlled through full co-operation throughout the organization. This will be achieved by maximizing the contributions of individuals, as a key source, through a Training Programme designed to encourage all employees to promote the development of a positive Health and Safety culture. Health and Safety Legislation is regarded by as setting the minimum standards and it is our policy always to attempt to achieve a standard higher than demanded by law.