1. Labor and social ethics

1. Labor benefits policies

2. Employee training (training and education)

3. Coordination of industrial relations

4. Union development

5. Contribution to the community (social participation)

6. Safety and health

7. Workplace environment (lighting, ventilation, comfort)

8. Employee health and care

9. Employment

10. Compliance with relevant labor regulations

11. Corporate governance

12. Equal pay for equal work

13. Public policies

14. Employee appeal mechanism

15. Human rights appeal mechanism

16. Customer privacy (product liability)

17. Product and service labeling

18. Freedom to organize labor unions and societies

19. Diversity and equal opportunities

20. Non-discrimination policies

2. Corporate operations

1. Operational management

2. Competitive advantages

3. Employment opportunities

4. Economic benefits (a reasonable benefit-cost ratio between business output and input)

5. Market share

6. Corporation between the manufacturer and suppliers

7. Economic influence

8. Financial transparency

3. Environmental protection

1. Climate change policies

2. Reduction and management of industrial wastes

3. Use of green energy

4. Environmental quality protection during the manufacturing process (e.g.: air, lighting, etc.)

5. Environmental protection during the logistics process for a product (e.g.: air, noise, etc.)

6. Compliance with relevant environmental protection rules and regulations

7. Supply chain sustainability