Narada is attaching great importance to acting socially and environmentally responsible in all its activities.
For this it respects and preserves the employees' rights and fosters their continued improvement with various training programs and related activities.
It is also fully committed to develop, maintain and apply socially acceptable practices in the workplace as stipulated by the International Standard SA8000 for Social Accountability.
Environment and Health Assurance
NARADA has passed the audit for ISO9001 quality management system, ISO140001 environment management system, ISO18001 occupation healthy safety management system and SA8000 for social responsibility and clean production.
In today's society it's not possible to produce high-quality products without a well-trained workforce and environmentally sound facilities. We devote resources on health, safety and environmental protection.
Some of the regulations that govern manufacturing plants vary among states and counties. Nonetheless we set consistent environmental goals for air, water and waste as well as employee health and safety standards for all of our facilities. Sometimes our goals are more stringent than regulations.
To earn the trust of the people in our communities and the respect of regulators, we take the initiative in communicating with them. We have a large number of active community relationships, such as Chamber memberships and environment improvement programs in the places where our facilities are located.
Education and Training
Our employees receive training when they join the company and they also receive advanced training every year thereafter. The training addresses not just technical competence but also environmental compliance, emergency response and safety procedures as well as human relationship skills that enhance communication, teamwork and initiative. We have seen improvements in a number of areas as a result of our training.
Production is important to us but it's not the sole criterion used to evaluate a plant's performance. We also look at the community involvement by employees of the plant, environmental performance, training and the plant's health and safety record. Ultimately all of these together make Narada a balanced, profitable, safe and socially responsible corporate citizen.
We don't wait around for regulators to knock on our door and inspect our facilities. To keep our plants at peak regulatory performance we have our own team of supervisors. They help assure that our environmental and health practices are in place and the goals are being met.
Narada is committed to comply with National Emission standard of pollutants for battery industry－GB 30484-2013.
Narada strictly enforces national technical specifications for occupational health surveillance－GBZ 188-2014.
As a reference of diagnostic criteria of occupational chronic lead poisoning GBZ37-2002, Narada promotes frequent occupational health and safety education for all employees and offers all workers full physical examination once a year.
Narada applies itself to prevent occupational diseases and provides employees protective clothing, masks and other safety appliances.
Key Management Performance Review
These reviews are built on the belief that what gets measured gets improved. We have our own performance standards such as employee blood lead levels and health examinations. Managers are reviewed monthly on their status, progress and priorities. The results are addressed at a meeting.
About Narada Foundation
Mission: Foster Civil Society
Narada Foundation focuses on social problems stemming from China’s economic transition and provides grants for outstanding philanthropic programs conducted by non-profit organizations (NPOs) so as to foster social innovation and promote social equality and harmony.
Vision: Every Heart Shall Carry Hope.
When there is hope within us all, then our society holds a promising future.
The design of Narada Foundation’s logo comes from the gingko tree, which is famous for its vigorous vitality and is considered as China’s national tree. The logo of gingko leaves graphic shows a tenacious image of the growing non-profit organizations in China as well as Narada Foundation’s persistence in promoting grassroots philanthropy. This simple and elegant graphic adopts a warm color and an open crown to convey the caring that Narada Foundation gives.
Prioritize public interest/ Public interest takes precedence over any direct or potential interest of companies or individuals.
Prioritize sector development/ We actively respond to the key issues and critical needs of philanthropic sector, giving priority to the interests of this sector.
Rooted in civil society/ We are dedicated to supporting social innovation of grassroots NPOs; this makes the basis for our existence.
Pursue leverage effect/ We strive to expand influence on society by maximizing the efficiency of our grants.
Objective-oriented/ By specifying objectives, we can think outside of the box but follow the right track. We are pragmatic and innovative.
Service spirit/ The mission of our foundation goes beyond simply providing assistance to our grantees. We also serve grassroots NPOs and the philanthropic sector.
Respectful/ We trust partners, cherish their time and efforts, and provide the funding and services with empathy.
Tolerant of making mistakes/ We allow mistakes in the foundation and funded organizations. Learning lessons from mistakes leads to organizational growth and innovation.
Life-long learning/ Instead of being satisfied with existing answers, we discover and investigate issues from new perspectives and explore solutions that address fundamental problems.
Take on risks together with social innovators/ Entrepreneurial spirit, which are a concrete embodiment of our sense of justice and pure passion, is also one of the characteristics and cultural wealth of Narada Foundation.
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Narada has been cooperating with several universities to award Narada scholarships to those outstanding students who lack funding but who are motivated to devote themselves to science and technological innovation.
During the Public Relief Collaboration Conference in 2013, a number of participants shared their experiences in how a public disaster relief operation should be started and carried through. Also topics like information tools utilization and how to coordinate the operation were discussed. This conference gave a frame for future public relief.
As a significant donor Narada has made large contributions and helped many individuals and units, such as welfare homes for children, schools in poor areas and remote mountainous counties, lonely elders, disabled persons and other people in need of care and help.