CERTIFICATION AND SEALS OF PRODUCTION

The Fair Wear Foundation is a non-profit organization that targets the improvement of working conditions in the clothing and textile industry. The main focus of FWF is the processing of raw materials into manufactured textile products.

 

FWF implies social standards, but excludes ecological guidelines.

 

 

All manufacturers, which want to be certified by FWF, need to fulfill all criteria of code of conduct. This may include:

·       Child Labour Exploitation

·       Decent wage

·       Social security

·       Humane working times

·       Occupational health and safety of workers

 

Whether a company fulfills these standards in time after the certification will be continuously audited at various points of the production process. 


 

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) identifies products that are manufactured with at least 70% of organically produced natural fibres.

The GOTS is worldwide standard in its field of environmental criteria. It defines the particular environmental requirements along the entire textile production chain.     


The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) identifies products that are manufactured with at least 70% of organically produced natural fibres.

The GOTS is worldwide standard in its field of environmental criteria. It defines the particular environmental requirements along the entire textile production chain.