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We are based in Chesterfield UK.
Our products are usually made to order by us using base products that have been ethically approved from external sources.
We want you as a customer to know that we source our products from manufacturers who meet recognised ethical trading standards. We want to know our products are fairly produced and have selected our base products from manufacturers who have been proven to achieve this.
It is as much important to us as it is to you to know that our base products have been provided by manufacturers that are recognised to support garment production that is socially compliant and performs no injustice to workers nor provides hazardous working conditions.
Look out for the following logos on each of our product so show what each manufacturer is doing to make sure they meet adequate ethical trading standards:
World Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP):
All of our base garments are certified by WRAP the independent Worldwide Responsible Accreditation Production program. This guarantees that they adhere to international ethical manufacturing standards as well as local laws and regulations.
WRAP has grown to become a global leader in social compliance. Its comprehensive inspection and certification process has made it the world's largest independent social compliance certification program for the apparel/textile industry.
WRAP has ‘12 Principles’ which it uses to give production certification and include standards to comply with local laws; not to use forced or under-
For more information on WRAP please see: www.wrapcompliance.org
In addition to WRAP, which covers all aspects of social and environmental compliance needed to ensure safe and legal working practices, some of the manufacturers we use also comply with the following organisations:
For more information about Oeko-
Fair Labor Association:
The FLA Workplace Code of Conduct defines labour standards that aim to achieve decent and humane working conditions. The Code’s standards are based on International Labour Organization standards and internationally accepted good labour practices.
Companies affiliated with the FLA are expected to comply with all relevant and applicable laws and regulations of the country in which workers are employed and to implement the Workplace Code in their applicable facilities.
For more information about the Fair Labor Association please see: www.fairlabor.org
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