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CSR and Sustainability

At Jobman, we place great emphasis on sustainability and take responsibility for how our operations affect both people and our planet. Of course, we hope that you are satisfied with our products and also with us as a company.

As a part of New Wave Group, we pursue an active sustainability work towards a vision of sustainable growth where business solutions are not only financially profitable, but also sustainable from a social and environmental perspective.

What makes the biggest difference is how we conduct our everyday business. That is why we integrate sustainability into our core operations and processes. The work includes, amongst several things, improved working conditions in production countries, a progressive work with chemicals and streamlining transport and logistics.

We invite you to take part of our work at group level with CSR and sustainability. More information is available in New Wave Group Sustainability Report, where we highlight important activities, achievements and ambitions for the future.
You find it on New Wave’s website 

Some of the networks we are working with: 

Amfori BSCI is a business driven initiative for companies committed to improve working conditions in the global supply chain. Our Code of Conduct have requirements on minimum wage, working hours, the prohibition of child labour and several other important criteria.

Textile Exchange is an international non-profit organization working for responsible expansion of the textile industry and the organic cotton production.

The Accord is a binding agreement designed to improve fire- and building safety for the textile industry in Bangladesh. The Accord includes inspections, fire safety training as well as effective remediation and renovations.

The Chemicals Group is arranged by Swerea IVF, a world leading research group with a key role in the Swedish innovation system. In this network we receive the most updated information on chemical legislations and developments.

The Clean Shipping Index aims to ensure shipping companies use cleaner vessels by ranking the most highly-performing ships. Transport buyers can use the Clean Shipping Index to calculate and minimise their environmental footprint.

Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 – the human environmental standard

Oeko-Tex® is an international standard based on a voluntary commitment and which sets strict requirements on the substan- ces that can be used in clothing. To obtain the certificate, all parts of a garment must be approved in an independent test.
Many of Jobman’s products are certified according to Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. This means that the product does not contain substances that can be harmful to humans when in contact with the skin. Of course, this has a positive impact on the global environmental issue.

•    illegal substances
•    legally regulated substances
•    widely known hazardous substances (but not yet legally regulated chemicals)
•    and parameters for preventive medicine

For more information:

NWG_Jobman Oeko-tex cert. SE_14_218_valid until 31_01_2021

Jobman Oeko-Tex SE 12-141_eng.pdf

Oeko-tex certifikat 16.HVN.95074 2020.pdf

Jobman OekoTex certified articles.pdf