ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN BOARD COMMITTEES & ­MANAGEMENT

Active Engagement between Board Committees and the Management

The Board Committees, including the Independent Directors (IDs), are actively engaging with the Management on all sustainability issues, including workers related issues listed on the right:

a) United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issue

b) WhatsApp Chat Groups within IDs with Management

c) Meeting between IDs and Management on Share Buy Back (SBB) Issue
Resulted in a more structured SBB Scheme.

d) Daily updates on the Covid-19 situation

e) Discussion on Act 446 issues
A rolled out plan to improve the living conditions and proper maintenance of the amenities was initiated.

f) Visited hostels and engaged directly with workers on-site
Provided recommendations and feedback from workers in the Klang Valley.

g) Meeting with Heads of Department
To assess issues that can impact the Company's strategic direction.

h) Termination of the worker/ the alleged 'whistleblower'
The IDs accepted that the termination is based on infringement of Company's regulations.

i) Death of security guard due to Covid-19
The IDs accepted that the cause of death was due to Covid-19, not negligence.

BOARD AUDIT COMMITTEE

1. Dato’ Lim Han Boon (Chairman)
2. Datuk Noripah Kamso
3. Sharmila Sekarajasekaran
4. Azrina Arshad

BOARD RISK COMMITTEE

1. Datuk Noripah Kamso (Chairman)
2. Tan Sri Rainer Althoff
3. Dato’ Lim Han Boon
4. Datuk Dr. Norma Mansor

INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS COMMITTEE

1. Dato’ Lim Han Boon
2. Tan Sri Rainer Althoff
3. Datuk Noripah Kamso
4. Datuk Dr. Norma Mansor
5. Lim Andy
6. Sharmila Sekarajasekaran
7. Azrina Arshad

BOARD NOMINATION AND REMUNERATION COMMITTEE

1. Datuk Dr. Norma Mansor (Chairman)
2. Dato’ Lim Han Boon
3. Sharmila Sekarajasekaran
4. Azrina Arshad

BOARD SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE

1. Sharmila Sekarajasekaran (Chairman)
2. Puan Sri Tong Siew Bee
3. Datuk Noripah Kamso
4. Azrina Arshad

PLEDGE IN SUPPORT OF UNITED NATIONS GUIDING PRINCIPLES (UNGP) BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

To commemorate Human Rights Day 2021 on 10th December with the theme: EQUALITY: Reducing Inequalities, Advancing Human Rights, Top Glove Board of Directors, Advisors and Senior Management representatives officially pledge to continue deepening the Group's commitment in protecting and respecting human rights on 8th December 2021.

The Group is committed to proactively address human rights concerns based on an international human rights framework towards ensuring effectiveness and sustainability, while delivering on our mission of ensuring safe human protection globally.

Going forward, the Group will continue to further enhance our procedures and initiatives in this very important area, to ensure a robust system remains in place within our company and throughout the value chain.

QUARTERLY ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS & WORKER REPRESENTATIVES

Focusing on the welfare and well-being of workers, the Independent Directors engage with workers quarterly to listen to the feedback and issues of workers so that they could offer assistance. The 1st Engagement Session between Top Glove’s Independent Directors and Foreign Workers’ Representatives with the presence of the management kick-started on 9 March 2021, with six workers representatives from two different nationalities i.e. Nepal & Bangladesh. Various workers related issues were discussed in every quarter engagement, which include accommodation, grievance procedures & complaints processes, awareness on workplace bullying & sexual harassment.

ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS WORKERS ON TG'S PIKAS PROGRAMME

​​​​​​​​​​​The Top Glove Independent Directors "zoomed in” the morning on Thursday, 29th July 2021, to Top Glove’s PIKAS programme, as part of their 3rd Engagement Session with Workers. During the session, they spoke with workers about how they were faring during this time, and about the vaccination process.

They also had a virtual tour of the PPVIN and spoke with two of the doctors on duty, who had praised Top Glove’s PIKAS programme, citing the exemplary teamwork and collaboration between the doctors and Top Glove volunteers.

At the end of the virtual visit to the PIKAS programme, the directors expressed great satisfaction over the employees’ vaccination programme and commended its progress.