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GWW Ehrenkodex Corporate Ethics Gesamtverband der Werbeartikel- Wirtschaft e.V. www.gww.de GWW Code of Honour (Gesamtverband der Werbeartikel- Wirtschaft e.V.), oriented towards sustainability management and obliges members to assume economic, ecological and social responsibility, in particular for compliance with specified principles derived from this. ICTI Corporate Ethics International Council of Toy Industry www.toy-icti.org ICTI (International Council of Toy Industries, New York), with the help of the ICTI CARE process, Chinese toy factories can be checked and - given compliance with the standards - certified. Annual renewal. IMAC Corporate Ethics Independent Monitoring Association for Child Labour www.imacpak.org IMAC (Independent Monitoring Association for Child Labour), non-profit organisation against child labour, originally for the monitoring of Pakistani football production. OHRIS Corporate Ethics Occupational Health- and Risk- Managementsystem OHRIS (Occupational Health and Risk Management System), internationally valid occupational health and safety management system, is certified in Bavaria and Saxony. Implementation does not result in any costs for consulting, documentation and certification, even by the trade supervision authorities. OHSAS 18001 Corporate Ethics Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series www.ohsas-18001-occupational-health-andsafety.com OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series), one of the best known and most important health and safety management systems worldwide, closely based on the standards ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. SA 8000 Corporate Ethics Social Accountability 8000 www.sa-intl.org SA8000 (Social Accountability), international social standard, initiated by the New York NGO SAI (Social Accountability International), closely based on conventions of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the United Nations. Objective: global improvement of working and social standards on the basis of voluntary certification. SEDEX Corporate Ethics Supplier Ethical Data Exchange www.sedexglobal.com SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange, London), non-profit member organisation for companies that have committed to permanent optimisation of ethical conduct in their global supply chain. The platform offers a series of tools for the ethical management of value-added chains. SMETA Audit Corporate Ethics Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit www.sedexglobal.com SMETA (Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit), audit instructions for ethical trade, not a standard or certification. A SMETA audit is not possible without membership of SEDEX. 11

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