Why use AsiaInspection?
Your Eyes in the Factory!® - We are an independent, certified and licensed quality control company, working on your side to protect your business interests in the supply chain.
Manage Your Quality Control Process Online - Create your free account, schedule audits online, make payment arrangements, and receive your detailed audit report electronically.
Technical Expertise - In order to offer the highest quality audits, each auditor is specialized by audit type, and undergoes mandatory in-depth training and strict internal audits.
Comprehensive Audit Reports - Delivered 80% of the time, the same day as the audit. Every report includes copies of factory records, management interviews, and images--ensuring a complete profile of your supplier. Learn More [+/-]
Global Network, Local Knowledge
With over 350 trained and qualified inspectors and auditors, we guarantee to be at any factory in Asia within 48 hours.
We follow the strictest hiring standards; employing only university graduates, with a minimum requirement of five years experience in quality control. Each inspector and auditor is native to the area in which they work, with an unparalleled expertise in local business practices.
Social Accountability Standards
Child labour: Companies may not support the use of child labor. The Social Accountability International (SAI) standard defines child labor as the work of "any person under 15 years of age, unless local minimum age law stipulates a higher age for work."
Forced Labor: Companies may not support the use of "forced labor."
Health and Safety: Companies must provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees.
Freedom of Association and Right to collective Bargaining: Companies must respect the right of all employees to form and join trade unions of their choice and to bargain collectively.
Discrimination: Companies may not engage in or support discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training, promotion, termination or retirement based on race, caste, national origin, religion, disability, gender, sexual orientation, union membership, or political affiliation.
Disciplinary practices: Companies may not engage in or support the use of corporal punishment, mental or physical coercion or verbal abuse.
Working hours: Companies must comply with applicable laws and industry standards on working hours.
Compensation: Companies must ensure that wages paid for a standard working week meet at least legal or industry minimum standards.
Management systems: Top management must define the company's policy for social accountability and labor conditions to ensure that it includes a commitment to conform to all requirements of this standard and national and other applicable laws.