The WRAP Certification Program allows, through certification of individual plants, to ensure that the supply chain meets the sustainability requirements of major international brands.
WRAP is one of the international reference points and is recognised by major buyers, especially in the North America region. The standard focuses on verifying the production chains in the textile and clothing sector, but applies to all manufacturing sectors in intensive production.
WRAP is an independent, non-profit association of compliance experts that promote secure, legal, human and ethical production worldwide through certification and education.
WRAP has identified 12 Principles that are based on international standards on generally accepted workplaces, local laws and workplace regulations, and include the customs or the language of the relevant ILO conventions. The Principles include human resources management, health and safety, environmental practices and legal compliance, including import/export, customs compliance and security standards.
During the validity period of the certificate, all certified companies are subject to a random and unannounced audit.
How many certification levels are there?
Are there tools for self-evaluation?
Self-evaluation tools are available on the WRAP site.