SICCA REPORTS· MATTEL, INC.
· FREEPORT-McMORAN COPPER & GOLD, INC.
Last Updated: January 14, 2010
Mattel, Inc. (NYSE:MAT) is the world's largest toy company. In 1997, Mattel announced the creation of a global code of conduct for its production facilities and contract manufactures, called the (GMP). The GMP covers such issues as wages and hours, child labor, forced labor, discrimination, freedom of association, legal and ethical business practices, health and safety, protection of the environment, and respect for local culture, values, and traditions.
Through its predecessor organization, Mattel Independent Monitoring Council (MIMCO), ICCA has been responsible for conducting independent external audits of all of Mattel's company-owned and operated plants on a 3-year cycle. ICCA is also responsible for conducting similar audits of Mattel's contract manufacturers where the selection of individual plants and the timing of their audits are at the sole discretion of ICCA. ICCA's audit findings are made public through press releases and other communications to NGOs and interested individuals.
PDF Downloads & Links· 2008 Mattel China Vendor Plants
· 2008 Mattel China Operated Plants
· 2008 Mattel's Response to China Vendor Plants Report
· 2008 Mattel's Response to China Operated Plants Report
· 2008 Completes Audit of Mattel and Vendor Facilities in China
· 1999 MIMCO Audit Report
ASIA REPORTS· 2008 Audit Report of Asia Plants
· 2008 Mattel Response to SICCA Audit Report of Asia Plants
· 2007 Audit- Mattel Owned & Operated Plants
· 2007 Mattel's Response - Owned & Operated Plants
· 2007 Audit - China Vendor Plants
· 2007 Mattel's Response - China Vendor Plants
· 2006 Follow-up Report - China Vendor Operations
· 2006 Mattel's Response - Plant 18
· 2006 Audit - China Vendor Plants, Plant 18
· 2005 Audit - China Vendor Plants
· 2005 Mattel's Response - China Vendor Plants
· 2005 Audit - Mattel Development & Tooling Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)
· 2005 Audit - Mattel Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)
· 2005 Audit - Mattel Bangkok (Thailand)
· 2005 Audit - PT Mattel Indonesia
· 2004 Audit - Mattel Company Operated Plants
· 2004 Comments-Follow-up Report of Owned & Operated Plants
· 2004 Follow-up Audit of Mattel's China Vendor Operations
· 2004 Audit - Mattel China Vendor Report
· 2004 Comments on Follow-up Report of China Suppliers
· 2002 Audit - Mattel Jakarta Satu (Indonesia)
· 2002 Audit - Mattel Jakarta Dua (Indonesia)
· 2002 Audit - Mattel Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)
· 2002 Audit - Mattel Tools Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)
· 2002 Audit - Mattel Bangkok (Thailand)
· 2001 Follow-up Report: China (MHK Chang An, MHK Guanyao)
· 2001 Initial Report: China (MDC)
MEXICO REPORTS· 2007 Formal Audit Report - Mabamex & Montoi Plants
· 2004 Follow-up Report - Mexico Audit
· 2004 Initial Report - Escobedo & Mabamex
· 2001 Follow-up Report - Montoi
· 2001 Second Follow-up Report-MX3
· 2001 Initial and Follow-up Report-MX3
· 2000 Initial Report - Mabamex
· 2000 Initial Report-Montoi
FREEPORT-McMORAN COPPER & GOLD, INC.
Last Updated: March 25, 2004
Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold, Inc. (FCX) "Freeport" is a publicly owned company, headquartered in New Orleans, United States. It is an integrated mining company and its affiliate, P.T. Freeport Indonesia (PT-FI). Operates the world's largest gold mine and one of the largest copper mines in Papua (Irian Jaya), Indonesia. PT-FI is the largest single taxpayer in Indonesia.
In February 2003, Freeport announced a set of Guiding Principles for Indonesian Operations (GPIO-1) - People and the Community. These Guiding Principles are intended to codify Freeport's Social, Employment, and Human Rights Policy by enumerating practices and operational standards in Papua in the areas of social and economic development of the indigenous people of Papua (Irian Jaya). The guiding principles, GPIO-1, address how Freeport's polices and operational practices are intended to impact employment, business-government relations, protection of human rights, and economic and social development of the local tribes in the area of operations.
As part of its commitment, Freeport has contracted with the International Center for Corporate Accountability, Inc. (ICCA) to assess the extent of compliance with the Principles by Freeport and its affiliated organizations on a regular basis and to afford these audits maximum transparency and public credibility. Freeport will provide the independent monitoring organization with complete access to all information and facilities in order to make an evaluation of Freeport's performance on the Principles and their implementation standards. The independent monitor will have complete discretion in issuing is reports without any censorship from Freeport provided that Freeport is afforded a suitable opportunity to respond to any findings of fact and conclusion by the Independent Monitor.
PDF Downloads & Links· 2007 Freeport Indonesia - Audit Report, Phase II
· 2007 Management Response to Phase II Audit Report - Executive Summary
· 2007 Management Response to Phase II Audit Report
· 2005 Freeport Indonesia - Audit Report, Phase I
· 2005 Management Response to the Audit Report
· 2005 Freeport - Audit Report Executive Summary (Bahasa)
· Freeport's Social, Employment and Human Rights Policy
· Guiding Principles for Indonesia Operations
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