Corporate social responsibility
While our slogan “Enhancing Special Moments” mainly refers to the event of giving/receiving flowers and/or plants, Decowraps has also set it upon itself to enhance all of it’s activities to become more sustainable and socially responsible.
With the help of the subsequent global organisations, each with their own field of expertise, always aiming to be moving forward, Decowraps proudly sports the following certificates:
All members of the Ethical Trade Initiative (ETI) adopt the ETI Base code of labour practice, which is based on the standards of the International Labour Organisation. These standards are constantly evolving into further improvement for the living and working conditions of the factories in low cost production countries.
Since 2007 Decowraps is a proud member and certificate bearer of the ETI, making sure that every person who works for Decowraps, is ensured of living wages and proper working conditions.
In order to view the ETI base code, please click on the following link :
Every minute the world loses 36 football fields worth of forest, this deforestation causing 15% of the yearly CO² emissions globally. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international organisation that provides an alternative by executing responsible forest management.
FSC is a complete system, not just looking after the well-being of the forests, but also making sure that both the animals, local population and workers are treated correctly.
By using FSC graded paper, Decowraps contributes in protecting our forests in over 80 countries over the world, safeguarding these for future generations.
To learn more about how FSC operates, please click on the following link:
Decowrpas is dedicated to the practice of sound environmental stewardship. To further this goal, we strive to source and market only products manufactured by companies with specific environmental policies.
As a company, we have ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO27001 accreditations, and FSC® and PEFC® certified chain of custody.
Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit
Decowraps produces its sleeves and various other packaging products in factories located in Colombia as well as China. As a part of our procedures for process improvement, Decowraps uses the Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit, commonly known as SMETA.
SMETA is an audit procedure which compiles a list of good practices in ethical audit techniques. This procedure uses the ETI code and local law as its measurement tools.
SMETA audits are conducted against four auditing pillars: health & safety, labor standards, environment and business ethics. At Decowraps, a SMETA audit was conducted, and as a result, the SMETA Best Practice Guidance Version 5 December 2015 was applied. The scope of workers included all types at the site, including direct employees, agency workers, workers employed by service providers, and workers provided by other contractors.