Hula Global Assurance is an internal self-certification process offered by Hula Global, with a specific focus on the quality aspect of the end product before it leaves the factory. Unlike other certifications that emphasize ethical manufacturing, social audits, and organic practices, Hula Global Assurance’s primary goal is to ensure 100% inspection and quality control, surpassing industry standards like AQL (Accepted Quality Levels).
OEKO-TEX Certification is a globally recognized standard for textile products, ensuring they are free from harmful substances and comply with strict environmental and social criteria. Established in 1992, OEKO-TEX aims to protect consumers and promote sustainable practices in the textile and apparel industry.
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) Certification is a widely recognized and stringent certification for organic textiles. Established in 2006, GOTS ensures that textiles, from fiber to finished product, are produced using organic and eco-friendly practices. It encompasses strict criteria related to environmental impact, social responsibility, and quality assurance.
SA 8000 Certification is a globally recognized social accountability standard developed by Social Accountability International (SAI). It was introduced in 1997 to promote fair and ethical treatment of workers worldwide. SA 8000 sets requirements for companies to uphold workers’ rights, including safe working conditions, fair wages, and the prohibition of child labor and forced labor.
WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) Certification is a renowned global nonprofit organisation that focuses on promoting ethical and responsible manufacturing practices in the apparel and textile industry. Founded in 2000, WRAP works to ensure that factories and production units adhere to strict social compliance standards, encompassing fair wages, safe working conditions, and legal labor practices.
BCI, the Better Cotton Initiative, is a global non-profit organization established in 2005 to promote sustainable practices in the cotton industry. BCI aims to make cotton production more environmentally friendly, economically viable, and socially responsible. The initiative works with farmers, retailers, and brands to implement better cotton farming practices, reducing the environmental impact and improving the livelihoods of cotton farmers worldwide.
Sedex – stands for Supplier Ethical Data Exchange, is a global non-profit organisation that was established in 2004. Its primary objective is to promote responsible and ethical business practices in supply chains across various industries. Sedex provides a platform for companies to share and manage information related to labor standards, health and safety, the environment, and business ethics in their supply chains.
ECOCERT Certification is a reputable global certification body established in 1991. It specializes in organic farming and promotes sustainable practices in various industries, including textiles and apparel. ECOCERT’s certification process ensures that products meet stringent environmental and social criteria, encouraging responsible sourcing and production methods.