The BRC CP is the benchmark for quality control for non-food consumer products and compliance with the ISO 9001 and ISO 22716 good manufacturing practice guidelines. The standards prescribe quality, safety, and operational criteria to ensure that manufacturers carry out their legal commitments and offer protection for the end-consumer.
The IFS HPC is a globalized standard in accordance with quality control products and processes regarding the manufacturing of non-food household and personal care products.
This criterion is targeted to safeguard the household and personal care producers by contributing safety measures, compliant-free, and quality goods to the market, with leading preventive measures that focus on checking risk management, customer specifications, traceability, and crisis management, among other parameters.
The FSC certification’s main objective is to promote the world’s forestry’s environmental duty. It guarantees a ‘chain of custody’ that offers an organization to control the origin of incoming and outgoing forestry products through the flow of raw materials. This commitment ensures that the legal responsibility of operating forests’ for their material. This criterion enables our customers to better value the origin of the material and promote responsible forestry.
The PEFC is the leading precedent that promotes sustainable forest management and the protection of labeling forest-based products. This standard offers the end consumers the commitment that raw material originates in sustainably managed forests, recycled material, and/or controlled sources. With PEFC certification and through the ‘chain of custody,’ consumers can identify products from sustainably managed forests.
The Certificate of Health Quality represents our commitment to a safe and hygienic workspace environment. We abide by the National Institute of Hygiene occupational safety and health measures. Our duty is to have a workspace environment free of hazards to human health.
The SMETA Certification or (SEDEX Professional Ethics Audit) is a standard application in ethical audits. The SMETA audit is based on the ETI Base Code(Ethical Trading Initiative), which deals with environmental, health, and safety aspects of work. The ETI Code is presented for the International Work Organization(ILO) based on systemic procedures.
SMETA regards four key sectors: working conditions, occupational health and safety, environmental protection, and the responsibility for the ways of doing business.
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