As part of FLA, some of the world's leading brands have committed to ensuring fair labor practices and safe and humane working conditions throughout their supply chains. Companies that have committed to FLA's Code of Conduct and established systems to identify and remedy ethical violations are making significant strides towards that goal. These companies are working with FLA to develop and improve social compliance systems that flag issues and lead to sustainable solutions when workers are at risk. Companies join the FLA on a voluntary basis, but they must meet strict labor standards for as long as they are affiliated. FLA holds Participating Companies accountable for monitoring 100% of their own supply chains to ensure that they meet FLA labor standards. In addition, FLA conducts independent assessments of a random sample of companies' supplier factories. Click the logos below to learn more about brands' compliance efforts and results of FLA assessments of their suppliers.
Fenix Outdoor AB is a group of outdoor companies, providing textiles for outdoor use, apparel, accessories, boots, stoves and camping cookers, compasses and binoculars. The main line and focus are outdoor garments, tents and sleeping bags. Known brands are Fjällräven, Hanwag, Primus, Brunton and Tierra, covered by the FLA affiliation.
Clothing, footwear and logoed products.
All Forty Seven Brand headwear and apparel. Forty Seven Brand's compliance program is accredited by FLA.
From the Forty Seven Brand website: Forty Seven Brand is committed to conducting its business affairs in a socially responsible manner consistent with its ethical accountability for improving the workplace. This Code of Conduct shall apply to all employees, including contractors, subcontractors, and any person or entity involved with the production of Forty Seven Brand products.
Russell Brands/Fruit of the Loom. Russell Athletic, Fruit of the Loom and Vanity Fair Brands products. Russell Brands' compliance program is accredited by FLA.
All products. Gear For Sports' compliance program is accredited by FLA.
From the Gear For Sports website: GEAR For Sports® is completely opposed to sweatshops or abusive labor practices. We instituted our first written code of conduct detailing our standards back in 1995. We established our office of Global Human Rights Compliance in 1997 to insure that workers manufacturing our products were treated fairly and to convey to our factory owners the importance of our code of conduct to our many stakeholders.
Gildan apparel and GoldToe socks. Gildan Activewear Inc.'s compliance program is accredited by FLA.
Gore® Wear products (Formerly Gore Bike Wear® and Gore Running Wear® products).
All GTM Sportswear and GTM Select apparel.
All apparel, including Hanes, Champion, Playtex, Bali, Barely There, JMS, Duofold, Wonderbra, L'eggs, Outer Banks and other licensed brands. Hanesbrands' compliance program is accredited by FLA.
All HUGO BOSS’ apparel, shoes, and leather accessories producers. The HUGO BOSS brands include BOSS, BOSS Green, BOSS Orange, and HUGO.
From the HUGO BOSS website: As a manufacturer of clothing, shoes and accessories for the premium and luxury segment, HUGO BOSS is responsible for adhering to sustainability standards throughout the global value chain. Fair and safe working conditions are one focal point of the company’s sustainability commitment.