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Responsible Production

June 03, 2019

Responsible Production

Mont is dedicated to wherever possible using Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified factories.

WRAP certification ensures factories follow strict guidelines to prevent:

  • abuse
  • forced labour
  • child labour
  • unlawful workplace conditions or practices
  • unsafe or unhealthy workplaces and discrimination

And to ensure:

  • staff get fair and lawful working hours and compensation and benefits
  • factories meet security standards, environmental standards and applicable customs standards.

All factories that Mont manufacture with, including WRAP certified factories, are inspected by senior staff on a regular and ongoing basis.

Learn more about WRAP at www.wrapcompliance.org


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