CERTIFICATIONS for workers and companies

These are the certifications companies sometimes use to ensure worker's safety and fair wages.

Look for these labels when shopping.

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Fair trade

No forced labor, no child labor, health and safety certified, guaranteed collective bargaining, minimum price guarantees, premium wages over market pricing, with certified traceabililty on all components

Goodweave

Certification to ensure no child labor, no forced or bonded labor, and documented/verified working conditions. It also guarantees workers right to organize, be free of discrimination, decent working conditions are respected, and environmental impact is identified and minimized.

Goodweave

Certification to ensure no child labor, no forced or bonded labor, and documented/verified working conditions. It also guarantees workers right to organize, be free of discrimination, decent working conditions are respected, and environmental impact is identified and minimized.

Fairwear

Fairwear is an independent, non-profit organization that seeks to certify production standards in factory settings. These standards seek to ensure a safe workplace and workplace standards. It falls short of fairtrade certification on wages and guaranteed standard of living, however it is a good start on the path towards ensuring elevated workplace standards.

Fairwear

Fairwear is an independent, non-profit organization that seeks to certify production standards in factory settings. These standards seek to ensure a safe workplace and workplace standards. It falls short of fairtrade certification on wages and guaranteed standard of living, however it is a good start on the path towards ensuring elevated workplace standards.

WRAP

Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production is an independent, third party organization that seeks to certify 12 guiding principles are adhered to with respect to workplace safety and workplace standards. It falls short of fairtrade certification on wages and standard of living, however it is a good start on the path towards ensuring elevated workplace standards.

B-Corp

"Certified B Corporations are businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose. B Corps are accelerating a global culture shift to redefine success in business and build a more inclusive and sustainable economy."

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