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WRAP seminars on labour & environmental compliance in China
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May '09
WRAP Asia and SGS will host a series of seminars on labor and environmental compliance in five cities of China from June 9 to December 16, 2009.

The seminars are focused on how to establish and maintain a facility-based labor and environmental compliance program to satisfy buyer requirements.

All seminars will cover an overview of WRAP background and principles, the process of WRAP certification, best practices of corporate social responsibility, and an overview of relevant local laws and regulations.

Technical and quality managers, internal auditors, personnel who handle customer audits, certification body auditors and other interested parties are encouraged to attend these events.

The first seminar will be in Nanjing on June 9 and later take place in Shenzhen, Ningbo, Suzhou and Hangzhou. A SGS Project Leader and a WRAP Representative will instruct the seminars.

ABOUT WRAP:
WRAP is an independent and international NGO dedicated to certifying facilities that engaged in lawful, humane and ethical operations.

As the world's largest labor and environmental certification program for the sewn products sector, WRAP now also certifies hotels and resorts, house wares, furniture, jewelry, electronics and more.

ABOUT SGS:
SGS is the world's largest and leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. Recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity, SGS has over 55,000 employees and operates a network of more than 1,000 offices and laboratories around the world.

Click here to access the registration forms, in both Chinese and English languages.

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