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        Jiahe paper products always adhere to the development concept of energy-saving, environmental protection and clean production. With the help of various related theories and technologies, we take preventive measures in every link of the whole life cycle of the products. By integrating production technology, production process, management and products with logistics, energy and information, etc. Together, and optimize the mode of operation, so as to achieve the smallest environmental impact, the smallest use of resources and energy, the best management model and the optimal level of economic growth, so as to achieve sustainable economic development.

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        Supplier Code of Conduct

        1, Labor

        1.1 Free choice of employment

           No forced, bound (including debt bondage) or indentured labor, involuntary or exploitative prison labor, slavery or human trafficking shall be employed. All work must be voluntary and employees are free to leave or terminate their employment at any time.

        1.2 Immature employee 

        Child labor must not be used at any stage of production. Employees under the age of 18 (minors) shall not perform work that may endanger their health or safety, including night shifts and overtime. Appropriate support and training should be provided to all student workers.

        1.3 Working hours

        The working hours shall not exceed the maximum hours prescribed by local law. And, except in emergency or exceptional circumstances, the working week, including overtime, should not exceed 60 hours. Employees should take at least one day off every seven days.

        1.4 Wages and benifits

        Employees are paid in compliance with all applicable wage laws, including those governing minimum wages, overtime hours and statutory benefits. In accordance with local law, employees shall be paid overtime at a rate higher than the normal hourly rate. The use of wage deductions as a disciplinary measure is prohibited.

        1.5 Human treatment

        Sexual harassment, sexual abuse, corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion, or verbal abuse of employees is not allowed and is not allowed to threaten to commit any such acts. Disciplinary policies and procedures to support these requirements should be clearly established and communicated to employees.

        1.6 Nondiscrimination

        Commitment to free all employees from harassment and unlawful discrimination. The Company shall not discriminate against employees in hiring and employment processes (such as wages, promotions, awards and training opportunities) on the basis of race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, race or ethnicity, disability, pregnancy, religious belief, political affiliation, community membership, military service status, protected genetic information, or marital status. Employees shall be provided with reasonable places for religious activities. In addition, employees or prospective employees should not be forced to undergo medical examinations or physical examinations that may have discriminatory purposes.

        1.7 Freedom of association

        In accordance with local law, the right of all employees to voluntarily form and join unions, engage in collective bargaining and peaceful assembly, and to refuse to participate in such activities is respected. Employees and/or their representatives shall be able to communicate openly and express their views and concerns with management regarding working conditions and management practices without fear of discrimination, retaliation, threats or harassment.

        2, Health and safety

        2.1 Occupational health

        Potential safety hazards (such as chemical, electrical and other energy, fire, vehicle and fall hazards) to which employees may be exposed should be identified, assessed and controlled through proper design, engineering and management controls, preventive maintenance and safety workflows (including lockdown/flagging) and ongoing safety training.

        2.2 Contingency reserve

        Identify and assess potential emergency situations and incidents and minimize their impact through the implementation of emergency planning and response procedures, including emergency reporting, employee notification and evacuation procedures, employee training and drills, appropriate fire detection and suppression equipment, clear and accessible escape routes, adequate exit facilities, and recovery plans. Such plans and procedures should minimize damage to life, the environment and property.

        2.3 Work-related injuries and diseases

        Develop procedures and systems to prevent, manage, track and report injuries and illnesses, including the following: Encourage employee reporting; Classification and documentation of work-related injuries and illnesses: provision of necessary medical care; Investigate cases and take corrective action to eliminate their source: Help employees get back to work.

        2.4 Industrial Hygiene

        According to the principle of hierarchical control, chemical, biological and physical hazards to employees should be identified, assessed and controlled. Eliminate or control potential hazards through appropriate design, engineering and management controls. When hazards cannot be adequately controlled by these measures, employees should be equipped with and able to use appropriate, well-maintained personal protective equipment. The protection plan should include risk education materials related to these hazards.

        2.5 Strong physical work

        The impact of heavy physical work on employees should be identified, assessed and controlled, including manual handling/loading of materials and repeated lifting of heavy weights, prolonged standing and highly repetitive or heavy assembly work.

        2.6 Machine safety protection

        Production machinery and other machinery safety risk assessment shall be carried out. Physical guards, interlocks and barriers should be fitted and properly maintained for machinery that may cause injury to employees.

        2.7 Public health, food and accommodation

        Employees should be provided with clean toilet facilities, drinking water and hygienic food preparation, storage and dining facilities. Staff quarters provided by participants or Labour agencies shall be kept clean and safe and shall be provided with appropriate emergency exits, hot water for bathing, adequate light, heat and ventilation, separate safety cabinets for personal and valuable belongings, and reasonable private Spaces with easy access.

        2.8 Health and safety communication

        Participants shall provide employees with health and safety information in the workplace and provide training to employees in their native language or in a language understood by employees on the proper awareness of workplace hazard signs to which they are exposed, including but not limited to mechanical, electrical, chemical, fire and physical hazards.

        3, Environment

        3.1 Environmental permitting and reporting

        All required environmental permits (such as emissions monitoring), approval instruments and registration certificates should be obtained, maintained and updated, and their operational and reporting requirements followed.

        3.2 Prevent pollution and save resources

        Measures should be taken to reduce or eliminate emissions and releases of pollutants and waste generation at source, and measures should be taken to make controlled use of natural resources, including water, fossil fuels, minerals and timber from primary forests.

        3.3 Hazardous substance 

        Chemicals and other materials that pose a risk to humans or the environment should be identified, labelled and managed to ensure their safe handling, movement, storage, use, recovery or reuse and disposal.

        3.4 Solid waste

        A systematic approach should be adopted to identify, manage, reduce, responsibly dispose of or recycle solid waste (non-hazardous waste).

        3.5 Exhaust emission

        Volatile organic chemicals, sprays, corrosive substances, suspended particles, ozone-depleting chemicals and combustion by-products produced in the process of production and operation should be classified, routinely monitored, controlled and treated as required before discharge. The operation of their air emission control systems should be routinely monitored.

        3.6 Material limit

        Applicable laws, regulations and customer requirements regarding the prohibition or restriction of certain substances (including recycling and disposal marks) in products and during manufacturing shall be complied with.

        3.7 Water resource management

        A water management plan should be implemented to record, classify and monitor water resources and their use and discharge; Seek to protect water resources and control pollution channels. All wastewater must be classified, monitored, controlled and treated as required prior to discharge or disposal. The health of their wastewater treatment and control systems should be routinely monitored to ensure excellent performance and compliance.

        3.8Energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission

        2,Energy consumption and all associated emissions of Class 1 and 2 greenhouse gases should be tracked and recorded at the plant and/or company level. Cost-effective methods should be explored to improve energy efficiency and significantly reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

        4, Morality

        4.1 Integrity management

        High standards of integrity should be upheld in all business dealings. There should be a zero tolerance policy prohibiting anything and everything visible. Bribery, corruption, extortion and embezzlement.

        4.2 No illegitimate interest

        Do not promise, offer, grant, give or accept bribes and other forms of advantage for the purpose of obtaining illegal or improper advantages. It is prohibited to promise, offer, grant, give or accept anything of value for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business, directing that business be given to any individual, or otherwise obtaining an undue advantage. Monitoring and enforcement procedures should be implemented to ensure compliance with anti-corruption laws.

        4.3 Information disclosure

        All business dealings should be transparent and accurately recorded in business books and records. Information regarding labor, health and safety, environmental practices, business activities, structure, financial condition and performance of participants shall be disclosed in accordance with relevant regulations and current industry practices. Falsification of records or misrepresentation of various actual operations in the supply chain is not allowed.

        4.4 Intellectual property

        Intellectual property rights should be respected: the transfer of technology or empirical knowledge should be carried out in a manner that protects intellectual property rights; And the information security of customers and suppliers should be protected.

        4.5Fair business, advertising and competition

        Standards of fair business, advertising and competition should be upheld.

        4.6 Identity protection and non-retaliation policy

        Unless prohibited by law, procedures shall be developed and implemented to ensure the protection of suppliers and employee whistleblowers and to ensure the confidentiality and anonymity of their reports. Participants should develop communication procedures for their employees that enable them to raise any concerns without fear of retaliation.

        4.7 Responsible mineral sourcing

        Develop policies to reasonably ensure that tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold in the products they manufacture do not directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups engaged in human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or surrounding countries. Conduct due diligence on the origin and chain of custody of these minerals and provide customers with their due diligence measures upon request.

        4.8 Privacy

        It shall undertake to protect the personal information of all persons with whom it does business (including suppliers, customers, consumers and employees) to meet the reasonable privacy expectations of such persons. When collecting, storing, processing, transmitting and sharing personal information, participants shall comply with the requirements of laws and regulations relating to privacy and information security.

        5.Management system

        5.1 Company promise

        The Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility Policy Statement confirms participants' commitment to compliance and continuous improvement and is approved by executive management and published at the plant in the local language.

        5.2 Management accountability and responsibility

        Clearly designate senior executive management and company representatives who ensure the implementation of the management system and related programs. Senior management shall periodically review the status of the management system.

        5.3Improvement objective

        Written performance objectives, indicators and implementation plans should be developed and participants' progress in implementing these objectives and plans should be regularly assessed to improve social and environmental performance.

        5.4 Training

        Train management and employees to implement the participant's policies, procedures, and improvement goals and to meet applicable laws and regulations.

        5.5 Communication

        Procedures should be in place to clearly and accurately communicate information about participant policies, practices, expectations, and performance to employees, suppliers, and customers.

        5.6 Employee feedback, engagement and complaints

        Ongoing procedures (including an effective complaint mechanism) shall be in place to assess employee knowledge of, feedback from, and violations of the practices and provisions covered by this Code, and to promote continuous improvement.

        5.7 Supplier responsibility

        Procedures for communicating the requirements of this code to suppliers and monitoring their compliance with this Code.

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