Verify your compliance with Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) manufacturing principles with a WRAP audit from SGS.
Established in 2000, WRAP is an independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and certification of lawful, humane and ethical manufacturing across the world. WRAP is the world's largest labor and environmental certification program for labor-intensive consumer products, manufacturing and processing.
WRAP is supported by over 20 international trade associations, including the International Apparel Federation (IAF), which continues to represent more national associations and individual companies.
As a WRAP-accredited monitoring firm of over 10 years, we can help you to assess your adherence to WRAP's core principles.
WRAP audits from an accredited monitoring firm
WRAP principles cover basic standards that address labor practices, factory conditions and environmental and customs compliance. There are 12 principles:
- 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 and collective bargaining
- Customs compliance
A successful audit from us will generate a WRAP official audit report. Certification may be granted by WRAP for six months, one year or two years, depending on the final audit results and the time that the facility has held certification.
Why choose a WRAP audit from SGS?
With over 30 years of social compliance field experience, our strong technical background translates into the approval to conduct WRAP assessments.
We are a founding and full member of the leading industry association, the Association of Professional Social Compliance Auditors (APSCA). As a WRAP-accredited auditor, we have a global network of more than 800 experienced APSCA-enrolled auditors in over 60 countries.
With over a decade of experience with WRAP audits, we have accredited auditors in most major sourcing countries and can provide consistent monitoring and reporting.