We are members of the amfori organisation and use the amfori Business Social Compliance Initiative, also known as amfori BSCI. As a member of the organisation, we take part in a standardised code of conduct that sets specific requirements for working conditions and rights at our factories and manufacturers. Of course, all our manufacturers must comply with and sign this code of conduct, which is based on the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, OECD guidelines, conventions and recommendations from the UN Global Compact and the ILO. amfori compiles a list of risk countries that may vary from year to year. The list is based on World Governance Indicators from the World Bank, and if a Bolia manufacturer is based in a risk country, that manufacturer must undergo audits to ensure compliance with amfori BSCI's code of conduct. Audits provide data and a basis for manufacturers to work on improving working conditions in factories.
In addition to amfori BSCI's code of conduct, we also have a code of conduct that applies to all our carriers, as well as one that applies to Bolia in general. All to ensure that all our employees, partners, manufacturers and suppliers have the best terms and working conditions.