I Saw It First Limited (“ISAW”) orders are made subject to the below terms and conditions of contract, which supersede all previous terms and conditions.
No modifications to the terms and conditions of the order will be accepted without a new order being raised, or written authorisation obtained from the appropriate signatory. Therefore, please ensure you agree with order details on receipt of your official contract.
Please ensure that you have read any special instructions that may be indicated on an order. It is your responsibility to comply with any such instruction.
All designs are ISAW copyright, so they cannot be copied or reproduced in any way without the express consent, in writing, of ISAW. No copies of the patterns, exclusive print designs or other design documents, may be made except as necessary for ISAW’s requirements. Our patterns, samples and design documents are confidential, and you must not allow these to be shown to competitors.
At ISAW, we are committed to acting ethically and transparently. We expect our suppliers to pay its staff in line with legislation, operate a health and safety compliant working environment and operate ethically, as covered in detail in our manuals and handbooks.
Our suppliers have a responsibility to ensure its products are sourced and produced ethically and without the exploitation of others. In line with ISAW’s code of conduct, suppliers shall take a zero-tolerance approach to child labour, forced labour, prison labour, sexual abuse or discrimination and unsafe working conditions within their operations and supply chains.
If a supplier is identified as critical risk and / or identifies (or has identified) a critical concern this will be escalated to executive level at ISAW for a decision on remedial action in accordance with these terms and conditions.
Critical concerns would include, but not be limited to:
• Instances of child labour with no remediation.
• Use of forced, bonded labour or prison labour.
• Refusal of site disclosure.
• Refusal of site access, or failure to present certain documentation.
• Health and safety breaches potentially resulting in critical/fatal illness/injury.
• Denial to the right of collective bargaining.
• Evidence of harsh or inhumane treatment, including sexual abuse, harassment, or intimidation of persons in our supply chain or ISAW employees or representatives.
• Systemic discrimination in recruitment and in the workplace.
• Non-payment of minimum wage.
• Breach of any applicable laws.
• Falsification of wages & working hour records.
• Employment of those who have no legal right to work in accordance with applicable laws.