We assure our customer at the best level of their satisfaction by producing high quality products.
To achieve our quality objectives & goals by the help of our valued professional, trained & technical employees.
We follow the track of continuous improvement in all aspects.
MEB maintains a formal documented ‘Quality Management System’
, designed to consistently provide a product that conforms, as a minimum, to the specified requirements. The system arranged in a three level format, is being implemented in the company.
Level ONE Quality Manual (QM)
The QM is an open, controlled document, when stamped as such, briefly addressing all applicable requirements of ISO-9002 and will be updated only after major changes to the system.
Level Two Quality System Procedures/Work Instructions/Inspection and Test Instructions
Company management’s explanation on who is doing what, where, when and why, are compiled in QSP for departments. Work Instructions and inspection and test instructions are also included in QSP. Quality planning in described in Q-001.
Level Three Forms and Formats
All forms and formats being used are incorporated in the level three documents.
We do not employ any person under the age of 18.
We do not use of forced labor, whether in the form of prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor or otherwise.
We pay the legal minimum wage or the prevailing industry wage, whichever is higher. We compensate all overtime hours worked with the legally mandated overtime hour premiums.
We comply with all provisions for legally mandated benefits.
We comply with legally mandated regular and overtime work hour limitations. Work hours do not exceed 60 hours per week, including regular and overtime hours, or comply with legal limits if they are lower. We provide all employees with a minimum of one day off in seven. We inform employees in writing at the time of hiring if mandatory overtime is a condition of employment.
We take all necessary measures in order to provide a safe and healthy working environment for all employees and to prevent accidents or injuries arising out of or occurring in the course of work. We also take all necessary measures to ensure healthy and safe conditions in employee residential facilities, where applicable.
We comply with applicable country environmental regulations and laws.
Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining
We recognize and respect the right of employees to Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining.
Every employee shall be treated with respect and dignity. Physical, Sexual, Psychological or Verbal harassment or abuse of any kind will not be tolerated.
Discipline and Termination
Discipline and Termination procedures are standardized and include a series of warnings prior to suspension or dismissal. Disciplinary procedures do not include the use of punitive deductions or forced resignations.
When authorized, and under special circumstances (in an emergency or in a matter of personal urgency, death or illness of a family member), employees can leave the facility and are not penalized. Employees have free and reasonable access to drinking water and toilet facilities.
Employees are permitted to lodge grievances that are addressed in a systematic manner so as to protect employees’ privacy and protect them from reprisals.
Female employees are not asked about their pregnancy status nor are they required to be tested for pregnancy. We abide by all local and international laws regarding working conditions for pregnant workers, including but not limited to rest breaks and adequate seating.
We do not discriminate in hiring, wages, benefits, advancement, discipline or termination on the basis of gender, race, religion, age, disability, physical appearance, pregnancy, sexual orientation, nationality, union affiliation, political opinion or social or ethnic origin.
Documentation and Inspection
We maintain on file such documentation as may be needed to demonstrate compliance with this CODE of CONDUCT, and shall make these documents available for customers designated auditor(s) for verification during inspection.
Container / Vehicle Security are integral part of C-TPAT security criteria, procedures and processes are written and implemented to ensure the cargo integrity.
We at MEB are committed to establish and maintain a Security policy especially developed to match the factory’s specific requirements. While drafting the Security Policy, it has been ensured that all the obligations towards C-TPAT guidelines and Security Standards of Factories are addressed. We have developed security processes and procedures consistent with C-TPAT security guidelines to enhance the integrity of shipment. It is to ensure a commitment towards common goal of creating a more secure and efficient unit in the International Supply Chain. Periodic review of the processes will be conducted accordingly. The Security policy will be updated to reflect the changes. Following are the Security guidelines for the facility.
Physical access Control prevents unauthorized entry to conveyance and facility through positive identification of employees and visitors at the point of entry.
Procedural Security measures are in place to ensure the integrity and security of processes relevant to the handling and storage of cargo.
Security Training and Threat Awareness program has been established to recognize and foster awareness of potential threat to the facility.
Physical Security is available to ensure that cargo handling and storage facilities have physical barriers and deterrents to prevent any un-authorized access.
Information Technology Security integrity is being maintained and data is being protected from nu-authorized access or manipulation.