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Natasha Creations is a company in which provides end-to-end design and manufacturing solutions for quality, fine jewelry. Natasha Creations is a Member of the Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC).

The RJC is a standards-setting organization created to enhance ethical, social, environmental, and human rights practices throughout the supply chain for jewelry made of diamond, gold, and
platinum group metals. The RJC has created a benchmark standard for the jewelry supply chain as well as reliable methods for third-party auditing to confirm ethical business practices.

As an RJC Certified Member, we promise to run our company in accordance with its Code of Practices. We pledge to include moral, human rights, social, and environmental concerns into all aspects of our daily operations, business planning, and decision-making.

Our supply chain management will not only reduce operational concerns and company reputational risks but also enhance operational capabilities, transparency, and shared values between suppliers and Natasha Creations.

Natasha Creations intends to give employees a simple way to raise any issues or complaints they may have about their jobs, the management, or another team member. This grievance policy guarantees that our staff members may formally file a grievance regarding any decision or action taken by our organization. It also facilitates staff members to formally simply inform management of occurrences where they consider management is not complying with policies and procedures or treating workers fairly.

Our purpose of the risk management policy is to provide guidance regarding the management of risk to support the achievement of corporate objectives, protect staff and business assets and ensure financial sustainability.

Step 1

Adopt a provide chain policy for minerals from conflict-affected and speculative areas.
Work with suppliers, knowledge assortment systems, and management systems.
As associate early warning risk awareness system, establish a grievance mechanism.

Step 2

Identify and assess risks within the offer chain
Upstream- management activity and gold/silver inputs/outputs to avoid finance conflict
Downstream – mapping offer chains to spot refiners and assess their due diligence.

Step 3

Risk Assessment
Implement Risk Management System

Step 4

Support the freelance third-party audit of the provision chain.

Step 5

Report on the implementation of the steerage within the interest of transparency and sharing
sensible practices, with due relevancy business confidentiality, competitive or security issues

We make sure that before an employee begins working, they are informed in writing of the
employment terms, including payment, working hours, and other employment conditions.
We formed our employment practices following Thai and international labor standards, which
prohibit child labor, forced labor, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. We also encourage
professional freedom of association and collective bargaining. We ensure that employees are treated with respect and dignity and aren’t harassed or threatened with violence against themselves, their loved ones, or their coworkers.

The workplace is posted with our grievance policy and procedure as the following lists:
1. Child Labor and Young Labor
2. Freely Chosen Employment
3. Freedom of Association and the Right to Collective bargaining
4. Regular Employment, working hours and Living wages
5. No Discrimination
6. No Harsh or Inhumane Treatment

1. Safe and Hygienic Working Environment
2. Training and Consultation
3. Clean and Sanitary Infrastructure
4. Health and Safety Representative

Natasha Creations noticed that there has been a demand for more transparency and social and
environmental responsibility in business operations as the globe is prone to various problems
relating to society, environment, and morals, which will affect the economy and people’s lives in
general. Businesses in a variety of sectors, including the gem and jewelry industry, must adapt to consumer demand by acting ethically and with consideration for society and the environment. The modification will enhance consumers’ positive perceptions of brands and businesses. Eventually, this will result in sustainable developmentā€”progress that is well-balanced for the economy, society, and environment.

1. Environment Policy
2. Environmental Aspects and Associated
3. Environmental Impacts
4. Applicable Environmental Laws and Regulations
5. Environment Policy Communication and Training
6. Establishing Operational Controls
7. Continuous improvements