The Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) is an auditing program aimed at improving workplace conditions in accordance with human rights, ILO conventions and national labour law. The BSCI framework is based on 11 principles ranging from fair remuneration to ensuring no child labour practices- es. BSCI provides audit reports detailing 13 performance areas with an overall rating allowing a comprehensive means for follow-up and improvement. We gather yearly audit reports to ensure improvements are being made. The BSCI participants and their business partners commit to implementing the 11 principles within their supply chains in a step-by-step development approach.
The Better Cotton Standard System is a holistic approach to sustainable cotton production which covers all three pillars of sustainability: environmental, social, and economic.
Each of the elements – from the Principles and Criteria to the monitoring mechanisms which show results and impact – work together to support the Better Cotton Standard System, and the credibility of Better Cotton and BCI. The system is designed to ensure the exchange of good practices and to encourage the scaling up of collective action to establish Better Cotton as a sustainable mainstream commodity.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres which takes into account every step in the supply chain. The standard aims to define worldwide recognized requirements that ensure the ecological status of textiles, from the harvesting of raw materials, through environmentally and socially responsible manufacturing, up to labelling, to provide a credible assurance to the end consumer.
ISO 9001 Certification
Management System standard, it clearly demonstrates its commitment to the highest standards of quality. This standard provides guidance and tools to help you provide your customers with consistent, good-quality products and services that meet their requirements. To get certified with ISO 9001 2015 quality manage- meant system, there are certain ISO 9001 documentation requirements and records that must be attained. ISO 9001 Certification builds on seven quality management principles:
Customer Focus Leadership Engagement of People Process Approach Improvement
Evidence-based Decision-Making Relationship Management
By implementing these principles, your business is set up to consistently create value for your customers. This, in turn, brings many business benefits.