1. Compliance with Laws
Canady will at all times operate in full compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations.

2. Labor
Canady will uphold the human rights of workers and treat them with dignity and respect.

  • a. Canady will only employ or engage workers who meet the applicable minimum legal age requirement, and will not employ any person under the age of 16, even if local laws permit otherwise. Canady may however allow individuals aged 15 or older to work as part of a bona fide apprentice program. Such apprentice program will be approved under local Laws and be intended to provide instruction in one or more particular industrial disciplines as part of enrollment in an educational institution.
  • b. Canady will set working hours, wages and over-time pay in compliance with all applicable laws. Workers will be paid at least the minimum legal wage or a wage that meets local industry standards, whichever is greater.
  • c. Canady will employ workers on the basis of their ability to do the job and treat them with dignity and respect and shall not engage in or permit corporal punishment or threatened or actual violence. Canady will not engage in any discrimination or harassment, whether based on gender, race, color, religion, ethnicity, social background, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, political conviction or any additional legally protected characteristics.
  • d. Canady will respect employees’ right to join or not join any lawful organization, including but not limited to trade unions and works councils, and will comply with all applicable Laws pertaining to freedom of association and collective bargaining.

3. Health & Safety
Canady is committed to safeguarding the health and safety of employees, officers, directors, agents and contractors.

  • a. Canady will comply with its safety policy and handbook, satisfying every safety requirement at its location or at any customer’s location.
  • b. Canady will:
    • i. Take responsibility for the health and safety of its personnel.
    • ii. Ensure a safe work environment and minimize physical and chemical hazards through proper design, engineering and administrative controls, preventative maintenance and safe work procedures as well as ongoing safety training.
    • iii. Provide workers with appropriate personal protective equipment where hazards cannot be adequately controlled by other means.
    • iv. Provide and properly maintain physical guards, interlocks, and barriers where machinery presents a potential injury hazard to workers.
    • v. Minimize the impact of emergency situations through the implementation of emergency plans and response procedures.
    • vi. Provide training and ensure that its personnel are appropriately trained and educated in respect of health and safety matters.

4. Environment
At Canady Mfg., environmental considerations are an important part of our business practices.

  • a. Canady will maintain all required environmental permits and registrations and follow the operational and reporting requirements of such permits.
  • b. Canady will comply with regulated substance and product content specifications and with any applicable laws prohibiting or restricting the use, content or handling of specific substances, including, but not limited to RoHS, WEEE, REACH, California Prop. 65 and other similar Laws. Canady will provide all customers with any information a customer may request relative to the law.
  • c. Canady will minimize environmental pollution and make continuous improvements to reduce or eliminate solid waste, wastewater and air emissions by implementing appropriate conservation measures in their production, maintenance, and facility processes.
  • d. Canady will manage, control, treat and/or dispose of non-hazardous solid waste, wastewater, and/or air emissions generated from operations as required by applicable laws.

5. Ethics and Compliance
Canady will commit to the highest standards of ethical conduct when dealing with its personnel, suppliers, customers and other relevant stakeholders.

  • a. Canady will accurately record and disclose information regarding its business activities, structure, financial situation, and performance in accordance with applicable laws.
  • b. Canady will prohibit any and all forms of fraud, extortion, theft or embezzlement by its personnel.
  • c. Canady will respect intellectual property rights and safeguard customer information. Transfer of technology and know-how, as part of our daily operations, will be done in a manner that protects our customers and suppliers.
  • d. Canady will implement processes and procedures and exercise due diligence to detect and avoid counterfeit parts.
  • e. Canady is committed to ensuring that the products it sells do not incorporate “conflict minerals” (minerals which are smelted into tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold) sourced from entities which directly or indirectly finance conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjoining countries. Canady will perform sufficient due diligence into its supply chains to determine whether products sold or provided to customer contain tin, tantalum, tungsten or gold, and, if so, whether and to what extent those metals are sourced from conflict-free smelters. Canady will report to customer the results of such due diligence upon request.
  • f. Canady will implement processes to address the confidentiality and protection of an employee who in good faith raises a concern, makes a report, or assists with an investigation related to potential ethical or criminal violations.

6. Anti-Corruption
Canady is committed to complying with all anti-corruption laws that prohibit bribes, kickbacks, or other corrupt actions to obtain or retain business or obtain any improper advantage.

  • a. No Bribes or Kickbacks. Canady will not directly or indirectly solicit, receive or offer any form of bribe, kickback, or other corrupt payment, to or from any person or organization, including but not limited to government agencies or officials, companies or personnel of those companies.
  • b. Gifts and Entertainment. When doing business with or conducting business on behalf of its customers, Canady may, for legitimate business purposes offer gifts or entertainment to suppliers, customers or other business associates, accept gifts or entertainment offered by suppliers, customers or other business associates provided, however, that in each instance the gift or entertainment is unsolicited and is not a bribe, kickback or other illicit payment.

7. Compliance Monitoring
Canady will allow its customer and/or any of the associated representatives or agents access to its facilities and all relevant records associated with the products and services provided to the customer. Canady also agrees to cooperate with customer to investigate any allegations of wrongdoing, misconduct or corruption.

8. Application
Canady requires its suppliers and/or subcontractors to conform to similar business ethics and code of conduct standards. Canady reserves the right to audit its suppliers and/or subcontractors for compliance to this business ethics and code of conduct standards. Canady will also ensure that its personnel shall comply with this code of conduct when providing products or services to the customer.

9. Breach
Canady Mfg. will report to its customers of a known breach of this code of conduct and implement a corrective action plan to resolve all non-compliance within a specified time period.

This code sets forth minimum requirements for Canady Mfg. in providing products or services to its customers.

canady manufacturing Code of Ethics

Rev NC

Complete Family owned Machining Facility since 1941