OMCI RIG TECH is fully committed to ensuring that forced or involuntary labour or Child labour is not practiced in any form at its facilities. Any reported incidents relating to forced or Child labour w ill be considered as a serious violation of this Business Principle.
The Company believes that all employees should have the right to leave employment as per the terms and conditions contracted between them and the Company.
OMCI recognizes the following definitions which will be applicable:
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights that states that 'No one shall be held in slab ery or servitude'
- ILO Convention 29, which defines forced or compulsory labour as 'all work or
service which is extracted from any person under the menace of any penalty, and for which the said person has not offered himself voluntarily'.
- Unless local laws stipulate a higher age, the minimum age for employment that will be applicable is Eighteen (As per ILO Convention No. 138).
OMCI's commitment against forced labor is upheld by:
- Right to consent when employess commence or extend employment with the Company.
- Compliance with the international working conditions standards.
- Transparent communication between employees and management with regards to contract terms, conditions and extensions.
- Ensuring that wages are being paid regularly and that funds are handed over
directly to employees or with minimum contact points between the HR department
and the individual.
- Termination of business relations north Sub-vendors/contractors if evidence of forced
labour is found therein.
Mr. Kishore R. Nigam
(Chairman & Managing Director)