FWF Code of Labour Practices
The FWF Code of Labour Practices contains eight elements, which are based on United Nations and International Labour Organization principles:
Brand Performance Checks are an independent assessment of how each FWF member brand is working to improve labour conditions in their supply chains. FWF members like Sprayway are evaluated against a set of indicators; the benchmarking score is an indication of how brands are doing on these indicators. The monitoring percentage shows how much of a brand’s production volume is covered by their monitoring system. Depending on how long the affiliate has been a member, the combination of benchmarking score and monitoring percentage lead to a category in Sprayway's case the highest which is ‘Leader’.
FWF members are required to hand in an annual social report. Companies’ social reports are part of FWF’s requirements on brand transparency. FWF collects and publishes the reports, but does not verify their content before publishing them. The quality of the social reports is checked and reported on through the annual brand performance checks.