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Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production claims to run 'the largest independent facility certification program in the world mainly focused on the apparel, footwear, and sewn products sectors.

Process to get wrap Certificate :

Attaining a WRAP certification involves 5-step process. It begins with the production facility filing an initial application with WRAP and paying the registration fee. Then the facility will conduct a self-assessment of its compliance with WRAP's 12 Principles, which is followed by an additional audit conducted by one of our accredited monitoring partners. The report from that audit is sent to WRAP, where we then decide whether or not to issue a certification.

BSCI is an initiative of the Foreign Trade Association (FTA). All BSCI participants are also FTA members and share the FTA vision of "Free Trade. Sustainable Trade". To fulfill this vision, BSCI has been given specific governance bodies through which BSCI companies are invited to actively take part, to develop and implement an excellent system for improved working conditions in the global supply chain.

BSCI Focus areas present particular supply chain issues where close collaboration among BSCI participants, producers, and international, national as well as local stakeholders, can boost the implementation of lasting labor improvements.

BSCI Benefits

BSCI is an initiative open to retailers, importers and brands engaged in improving working conditions in their global supply chain. The initiative is working to support buying companies to integrate the BSCI Code of Conduct into the heart of their business practices and develop their supply chain while respecting labor rights. In parallel, BSCI also brings direct benefits to the other actors of the supply chain, including producers, stakeholders and ultimately, workers."

The Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (Sedex) is a not-for-profit, membership organization for businesses committed to the continuous improvement of ethical performance within their supply chains. Sedex was founded in 2001 by a group of UK retailers to drive convergence in social audit standards and monitoring practices.


SMETA is designed to benefit retailers, consumer brands, and their suppliers, reducing duplication of effort in ethical trade auditing. Companies who are not members of Sedex are able and encouraged to use SMETA as well.

SMETA stands for Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit, and it incorporates three elements:

  •  A common best practice guidance on conducting ethical trade audits
  • A common audit report format
  • A common corrective action plan format
  • The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is an independent testing and certification system for textile raw materials, intermediate and end products at all stages of production. Examples of eligible items for certification: Raw and dyed finished yarns, raw and dyed finished fabrics and knits, ready-made articles (all types of clothing, domestic and household textiles, bed linen, terry cloth items, textile toys and more).

    Benefits of OEKOTEX

    OEKO-TEX® certification offers several benefits to producers and users of chemicals for textile production:

  •  It strengthens the process and product safety for each step within the textile value chain.
  • It is an overall and holistic approach of chemical validation in order to maximize security within textile production chain.
  • It is a comprehensive approach to manage chemicals and to choose greener chemistry.
  •  It offers a combination of transparency and verification.
  • It serves the right to know principle of a sustainable textile production and supports chemical substitution strategies.
  • ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX® certified chemicals are approved for use in STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certified products and Step by OEKO-TEX® certified production facilities.
  • The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, including ecological and social criteria, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.


    Textile processing, manufacturing and trading entities can apply for certification according to the Global Organic Textile Standard. Entities that wish to become certified are requested to contact an appropriate GOTS approved certification body. They are entrusted with implementation of the GOTS quality assurance system and are able to inform about the related procedures and timeline from the initial request through the inspection and certification process. They will be able to provide individual cost estimation for the certification based on the operator's location, size, fields of operation and other relevant factors.


    The applicability of the GOTS certification system starts with the first processing step in the textile supply chain. In the cotton supply chain the ginning is considered to be the first processing step, whereas in the wool supply chain processing normally starts with the scouring.