Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) is a non-profit dedicated to promoting safe, lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing around the world through certification and education. The WRAP certification program mainly focuses on the apparel, footwear and sewn products sectors. WRAP 12 Principles are based on generally accepted international workplace standards, local laws and workplace regulations which encompass human resources management, health and safety, environmental practices, and legal compliance including import/export and customs compliance and security standards: Compliance with Laws and Workplace Regulations Prohibition of Forced Labor Prohibition of Child Labor Prohibition of Harassment or Abuse Compensation and Benefits Hours of Work Prohibition of Discrimination Health and Safety Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining Environment Customs Compliance Security Certification Process;1. Application;A production facility submits basic information to WRAP and pays a registration fee 2. Self-Assessment;Facilities complete a self-assessment of their facility to show that they have been utilizing socially-compliant practices for a minimum of 90 days (for new facilities; facilities seeking re-certification are expected to have been compliant throughout their preceding certification period).3. Monitoring;After submitting their self-assessment, the facility selects a WRAP-accredited monitoring organization to audit the facility against WRAP's 12 Principles. The audit must be successfully passed within 6 months of paying the registration fee to avoid having to re-register.4. Evaluation ;WRAP will review the monitor's audit report and decide whether or not to certify the facility. If WRAP decides not to issue a certification, the facility will be notified of the corrections that need to be made and the monitoring firm will conduct an additional inspection. 5. Certification awardedPLATINUM (Valid for 2 Y),GOLD (Valid for 1 Y),SILVER (Valid For 6M).