Fortune 500 client Footwear and Apparel Company in US First in the Industry to adopt a Code of Conduct calling for decent working conditions for workers in the year 1992. Built Human Rights Tracking System to monitor the Human Rights Practices in factories.
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Footwear and Apparel Company in US
First in the Industry to adopt a Code of Conduct calling for decent working conditions for workers in the year 1992.
Built Human Rights Tracking System to monitor the Human Rights Practices in factories.
Fair Factory Clearinghouse (FFC) formed officially in 2004 as a Consortium to share information on Human Rights Practices.Factory Labor Rights Management System
A new member company can sign up to this Consortium to use HRTS system for their Human Rights Tracking requirements
Contains Offline module, for the users on move, to perform the audits
Predefined templates can be used to add Audit types and Code provisions
Incorporating the own Audit Issues and Code Provisions for each member company
Internationalization features incorporated by using Resource Manager
Centralized system - Ease of maintenance
Data Security, Data Integrity and Data Sharing
Architecture Design has been approved and certified by Microsoft
Data security has been approved and certified by E&YFactory Labor Rights Management System
Description of the Project
Project Functional Details
Tomcat 6.0 web server
SQL Server 2000 used as Backend Database
Total Duration: 8 months
Team Size: 10 resourcesFactory Labor Rights Management System