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WRAP to host seminar on social & environmental compliance
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Mar '09
Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP), in concert with Intertek, is hosting a half-day seminar focused on how manufacturers can improve their market position with buyers by focusing on the critical issues of social and environmental compliance. This important event will be held at Intercontinental Hotel in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on March 30, 2009.

Increasing attention from customers, the general public, activist groups and governments has been focused on companies asking them to demonstrate their commitment to ethical manufacturing. In response, many businesses have adopted the WRAP principles to demonstrate the fair and safe conditions with which their products are made.

Increasingly, international trade agreements include language on labor and environmental conditions which are critical to countries that want to obtain or maintain favorable trade status. A rapidly growing list of premiere brands and retailers in the US and Europe rely upon WRAP to meet their social and compliance needs. This course is a “must attend” for any business owner or manager who is involved in the export sector.

The compact course will provide all attendees with a broad knowledge on social and ethical issues, the requirements of WRAP principles, how to establish, maintain and implement proper management systems, the business benefits a facility can receive, and an understanding of the good manufacturing practices built into the WRAP program.

Stuart Webster, WRAP's global head of training based in England, and a senior CSR auditor of Intertek Cambodia will conduct this value-added seminar. To register, please contact Ms. Dany Seng at dany.seng@intertek.com.

About WRAP:
Founded in 2000, WRAP is the global standard for factory-based, social and environmental compliance certification and training operating in 65 countries around the world.

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