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1 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Rainforest Alliance training for tea plantations in Vietnam Language: English Version: Factory version-

2 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Workers’ health and safety Language: English Version: 2011

3 Train workers on: How to handle the machineries What protective clothing to use How to prevent accidents What to do in case of accidents etc. Training workers beforehand Corresponding criteria: 6.2,6.3 Corresponding criteria: 6.2,6.3

4 Training workers beforehand After the training, keep records of: Date Content of training Trainer Participants Corresponding criteria: 6.2, 6.3 Corresponding criteria: 6.2, 6.3

5 Risky places in your factory Corresponding criterion: 6.6 Corresponding criterion: 6.6 

6 Cover dangerous parts (knife, spinning belt, electric circuit etc.) Put handrails at high places Putting warning signs and yellow paints How to reduce the risk Corresponding criterion: 6.6 Corresponding criterion: 6.6

7 In case of small injury or sickness Corresponding criterion: 6.19 Corresponding criterion: 6.19 First aid kit

8 Corresponding criterion: 6.19 Corresponding criterion: 6.19 First aid kit Should not be locked Should not be empty inside In case of small injury or sickness

9 Corresponding criterion: 6.19 Corresponding criterion: 6.19 Shower and eye wash In case of chemical accident Eye wash Shower

10 Corresponding criterion: 6.18 Corresponding criterion: 6.18 Fire extinguisher Emergency exit Call fire service Sand bucket In case of fire

11 Corresponding criterion: 6.18 Corresponding criterion: 6.18 Call ambulance Rush to a hospital In case of serious accident

12 Corresponding criteria: 6.4,6.5 Corresponding criteria: 6.4,6.5 General check-up  for workers doing any dangerous activity Medical examination

13 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Waste water management Language: English Version: 2011

14 Treatment of waste water Trap solids Corresponding criterion: 4.7 (critical) Corresponding criterion: 4.7 (critical)

15 Treatment of waste water Filtration Water discharged without any filtration Corresponding criterion: 4.4 Corresponding criterion: 4.4

16 Treatment of waste water Filtration Corresponding criterion: 4.8 Corresponding criterion: 4.8 Sedimentation tank Filtration tank

17 Treatment of waste water 5. Water analysis Water quality parameterAcceptable value Biochemical Oxygen DemandLess than 50mg/L Total suspended solidsLess than 50mg/L pH Grease and oilsLess than 30mg/L Fecal coliformsAbsent Corresponding criterion: 4.5 Corresponding criterion: 4.5 Once a year

18 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Waste management Language: English Version: 2011

19 Bad examples Corresponding criterion: 10.1 Corresponding criterion: 10.1 Waste is useless if you throw them away.

20 Bad examples Corresponding criterion: 10.2 Corresponding criterion: 10.2 Waste emits toxic fumes if you burn it.

21 Classification and recycling Corresponding criterion: 10.1 Corresponding criterion: 10.1 Waste can be a resource if you separate them to recycle.

22 No burning or throwing away Wash three times Empty containers and expired chemicals Corresponding criterion: 6.10 Corresponding criterion: 6.10

23 Try as much as possible to return them to the supplier Empty containers and expired chemicals Corresponding criterion: 6.10 Corresponding criterion: 6.10 An example in Indonesia Collects containers from the members Tea cooperative Receives the containers from the cooperative, and hands them over to the supplier Tea factory Supplier

24 Keep them safely in storage until they can be returned Empty containers and expired chemicals Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: 6.9 If no collection system is found, bury them in a safe place away from water sources, until we find a better solution.

25 Handing over waste to persons/companies Corresponding criterion: 10.4 Corresponding criterion: 10.4 Check whether they are not dumping it into the environment Check whether they are not incinerating waste illegally Check whether they are not reusing chemical containers for other purposes Keep receipts

26 Incinerator Corresponding criterion: 10.2 Corresponding criterion: 10.2 You can use an incinerator under the following conditions. The temperature should go up more than 600 ° C for complete incineration. Select a safe location. Acquire legal permits, if required. Do not use it for chemical containers. Containers need higher temperature for complete incineration.

27 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Storage of chemicals and fertilizers Language: English Version: 2011

28 Are your chemicals safely stored? Corresponding criteria: 6.9, 6.11 Corresponding criteria: 6.9, 6.11

29 How to store chemicals safely Corresponding criterion: 6.7 Corresponding criterion: Keep it locked

30 How to store chemicals safely Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: Put warning signs

31 How to store chemicals safely Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: Good light and ventilation

32 How to store chemicals safely Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: Enough capacity Storage of a middle- scale plantation Storage of a big plantation

33 How to store chemicals safely Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: Label the shelves

34 How to store chemicals safely 6. Retention of spillage Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: 6.9

35 How to store chemicals safely 7. Waterproof floor/ wall/ shelves Wood Wood Plastic cover Metal Cement Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: 6.9

36 How to store chemicals safely 8. Space from the wall and the floor 30cm Space from the floor Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: 6.9

37 How to store chemicals safely 9. Mark storage areas Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: 6.9

38 How to store chemicals safely 10. Away from houses, roads and water sources Corresponding criterion: 6.11 Corresponding criterion: 6.11 Canteen Chemical storage Fuel storage Toilet

39 How to store chemicals safely 11. Keep them out of the boxes

40 How to store chemicals safely 12. Keep original labels Corresponding criterion: 6.10 Corresponding criterion: 6.10

41 How to store chemicals safely 13. Keep the safety information Corresponding criterion: 6.10 Corresponding criterion: 6.10

42 How to store chemicals safely 14. No protective clothing inside the storage Corresponding criterion: 6.9 Corresponding criterion: 6.9

43 Are your fertilizers stored safely? Corresponding criterion: 6.8 Corresponding criterion: 6.8

44 How to store fertilizers safely Corresponding criterion: 6.8 Corresponding criterion: cm from the wall Storage areas marked Good light and ventilation Waterproof floor and walls Space from the floor

45 Are your tools stored safely? Corresponding criterion: 6.8 Corresponding criterion: 6.8

46 How to store your tools safely Corresponding criterion: 6.8 Corresponding criterion: 6.8 Organized and kept clean

47 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Fair treatment of workers Language: English Version: 2011

48 Bad examples  Paying less than the legal minimum wage  Delayed payment of salary  Working hours longer than legally allowed hours  Contracting workers indirectly through a third party  Forced labor  Discrimination due to gender, religion, race etc. Corresponding criteria: Corresponding criteria:

49 Good examples Paying more than the legal minimum wage On-time payment Payment record is kept Respecting legal working hours Direct contract No discrimination Respectful working environment Provision of drinking water at work Corresponding criteria: Corresponding criteria:

50 ©2009 Rainforest Alliance Social and Environmental Management System Language: English Version: 2011

51 Corresponding criterion: 1.1 Corresponding criterion: General policies displayed in the factory

52 Corresponding criterion: 1.3 Corresponding criterion: Commitment of the farm management Commitment to: The Standard The relevant legislations To provide necessary resources for the implementation Can be in a form of signed letter

53 Corresponding criterion: 1.2 Corresponding criterion: Programs Content of a program No. ContentQuestion to ask 1 Objectives and goals What do we want to achieve in short, medium and long terms? 2 Activities What are the steps to achieve them? 3 Timeline When are we going to do each activity? 4 Responsible person Who is responsible for each activity? 5 Policies and procedures How shall we do them? 6 Maps Where are we going to do them? 7 Records How do we know whether it was done?

54 Corresponding criterion 1.2 Corresponding criterion 1.2 ContentWaste management program Objectives and goals Collect all the wastes from the factory separately Recycle the classified wastes as much as possible Activities, Timeline, Responsible person(s), Records ActivitiesTimeResponsibleFollow up Place dust bins for different types of waste Feb 2012 Mr. NgocCompleted Train the workers on the classification of the wastes Feb 2012Ms. HangCompleted Find ways for the recycling for each type of waste March 2012 Ms. Vinh Not yet done 3.Programs A simple example of a program

55 Corresponding criterion 1.2 Corresponding criterion 1.2 Time line of the water conservation program 3.Programs How a program looks like Water conservation program Timetable of activities

56 Corresponding criteria: 2.1, 4.1, 6.1, 8.1, 9.1, 10.1, 1.7, 1.9 Corresponding criteria: 2.1, 4.1, 6.1, 8.1, 9.1, 10.1, 1.7, Integrated crop management program 2.Ecosystem conservation program 3.Soil erosion prevention and control program 4.Water conservation program 5.Occupational health and safety program 6.Integrated waste management program 7.Training and educational program 8.Continual improvement program 3.Programs What programs do you need?

57 Corresponding criterion: 1.6 Corresponding criterion: Evaluation of new work or activities Examples: Expansion of production areas Construction of new infrastructure Change in production system (e.g. mechanization)  Evaluate social and environmental impacts in advance

58 Corresponding criterion: 1.8 Corresponding criterion: Evaluation of service providers Examples: Contractors for construction Supplier and transporters of agrochemicals  Compliance to the relevant criteria of the standard

59  Seeking alternatives Increasing energy efficiency Reducing use of non-renewable energy Using more renewable energy Sourcing energy on-farm (e.g. production of bio-gas) Corresponding criterion: 1.11 Corresponding criterion: Energy efficiency plan Identify energy sources of the farm Calculate the amount of non- renewable energy used

60 Farm or a farmer group Farm or a farmer group Certified product Non-certified product Corresponding criterion: 1.10 (critical) Corresponding criterion: 1.10 (critical) 7.Traceability system

61 Farm or a farmer group Farm or a farmer group Certified product Non-certified product Corresponding criterion: 1.10 (critical) Corresponding criterion: 1.10 (critical) 7.Traceability system ???

62 System to clearly segregate certified products from non- certified products Document all the transactions Corresponding criterion: 1.10 (critical) Corresponding criterion: 1.10 (critical) 7.Traceability system

63 Document management Corresponding criterion: 1.4, 1.5 Corresponding criterion: 1.4, 1.5 Documents available for persons responsible Summary of the system communicated to workers All documents and records kept for at least 3 years

64 The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods by transforming land-use practices, business practices and consumer behavior.


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