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RESPONSIBILITY

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Social Compliance “BSCI”

As members of the ‘BSCI/Business Social Compliance Initiative’ we commit ourselves

to implementing the BSCI code of conduct as part of our business relations with our

manufacturers and thus to improving the working conditions within our supply chain and

to producing our textiles fairly. This includes our clear commitment to the empoyees’ right

to freedom of assembly, protection against discrimination, and an adequate remuneration,

that is, at least the statutory national minimum wage. Another central component is the

occupational safety regulations. That is howwe guarantee that employees do not work more

than 48 hours a week and that the occupational safety regulations of the ILO (International

Labour Organisation) are met. Child labour, forced labour or precarious jobs are not tolerated.

A 7-member Social Compliance Department in Shanghai and Dhaka tests all the

factories thoroughly and makes sure that these conditions are met.

http://www.bsci-intl.org/

OEKO-TEX

®

Standard 100

This standard guarantees that textile and non-textile product components pose no threat

to health.

www.oeko-tex.com

Adherence to the REACH-Regulations

We assure you that when manufacturing our

myrtle beach

caps and

JAMES & NICHOLSON

textiles we meet the obligations of the REACH-regulations.

Protection of the Environment

All the manufacturing plants of our

myrtle beach

caps and

JAMES & NICHOLSON

textiles

work on the highest environmental level and pursue the principle of sustainability. For

example, all the manufacturing plants dispose of a water purification plant.

Quality Standard

The merchandise is regularly tested by certified testing institutes in Quakenbrück and

Bangladesh regarding the confirmed parameter. Moreover, in cooperation with SGS,

Testex, Hohenstein and other renowned institutes the quality is continually controlled.

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