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12 TÜV Corporate Ethics Technical Control Board www.tuv.com TÜV (Technical Control Board); the TÜV companies act independently in many working areas, in particular in safety checks, product certifications and the certification of management systems in the fields of economics, ecology and social matters. UN Global Compact Corporate Ethics United Nations Global Compact www.unglobalcompact.org UNGC (United Nations Global Compact, briefly Global Compact), global pact between UNO and companies on voluntary adherence to minimum social and ecological standards on the basis of 10 principles to be recognised, and on permanently improving these within the framework of the network. VFI social-fair Corporate Ethics Association of Non Food importers www.sozial-fair.eu Social Fair, initiative of the VFI (Verband der Fertigwarenimporteure, Hamburg) concerning compliance with social standards in production countries. WFSGI Member Corporate Ethics World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry www.wfsgi.org WFSGI (World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry, CH-Bern), independent and authoritative association of the global sporting goods industry. Members must comply with WFSGI Code of Conduct: combating of child and forced labour, globally accepted guidelines on working hours, safety, health protection, forced labour and environmental protection. The WFSGI issues corresponding confirmation following extensive checking. Recognised by the IOC / International Olympic Committee and FIFA. WRAP Corporate Ethics Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production www.wrapcompliance.org WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production, Virginia, USA), non-profit organisation without members that certifies production companies, predominantly in clothing, shoes and sewed products. One of the largest certification programmes worldwide, based on the 12 WRAP principles. EPPA Code-Of-Conduct Certified Bronze Corporate Ethics European Promotional Products Association www.eppa-org.eu The EPPA (European Promotional Products Association) Code of Conduct, defines a standard for implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the European promotional products industry. The Code of Conduct is aimed in particular at improving working conditions in the supply chain, the product quality and at efficient use of further CSR instruments. It is based essentially on ISO 26000 as CSR guidelines. These guidelines from 2010 do not equate to certification. Application is voluntary. The EPPA CSR Scheme consists of three levels and builds on from the Code of Conduct. The Silver and Gold levels are Code-of-Conduct certifications. EPPA Code-Of-Conduct Certified Silver Corporate Ethics European Promotional Products Association www.eppa-org.eu The European Promotional Products Association (EPPA) Code of Conduct sets the standard for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the promotional products industry. The Code of Conduct is aimed at improving working conditions in the supply chain, the product quality and at efficient use of further CSR instruments. The Silver certificate indicates that companies satisfy the requirements of the Bronze level, and identifies and manages risks appropriate to the CSR Scheme.

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