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CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

Mosaic Brands is committed to ensuring all vendors meet and comply with the Mosaic Brands Ethical Sourcing Policies and Code of Conduct. Our policies have been developed in line with the ETI (Ethical Trading Initiative) base code and the ILO (International Labour Organisation) conventions. They provide the framework relating to our ethical sourcing policy in:

 

  • Human Rights
  • Workplace Safety
  • Fair Pay
  • Environment
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    The Mosaic Brands Ethical Sourcing Policies and Vendor Code of Conduct are a part of the company’s core values and beliefs. These policies are considered as part of all decisions made during our business operations within the Mosaic Brands team. All vendors are required to undergo social compliance checks conducted by independent auditors to ensure that they meet the standards of the Mosaic Brands Ethical Sourcing Policies and Vendor Code of Conduct.

     

    MOSAIC BRANDS ETHICAL SOURCING POLICIES

    • Vendor Code of Conduct
    • Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy
    • Chemical Restrictions- Notice of Acceptance
    • Restricted Substance List (RSL) & Manufacturing Restricted Substance List (MRSL)
    • Child Labour, Young Worker, and Forced Worker Remediation Policy
    • Cotton Sourcing Policy
    • Factory Assessment Audit- Notice of Understanding
    • Garment Design and Manufacturing Confidentiality Agreement
    • Factory Subcontracting Form
    • Anti-Discrimination and Gender Equality Policy

     

    MOSAIC BRANDS VENDOR CODE OF CONDUCT

    1. No child labour
    2. No forced labour
    3. No discrimination or harassment
    4. No bribery and corruption
    5. No banned substance and chemical use
    6. Respect labour rights
    7. Freedom of association and right to collective bargaining respected
    8. Clean and safe working conditions
    9. Comply with legal minimum wage
    10. Fair working hours
    11. Provide regular employment
    12. Valid business license or permit
    13. Respecting the environment
    14. Transparency in business relationships
    15. Compliance with the policy

     

     

    MOSAIC BRANDS SIX INITIATIVES & COMMITMENTS

     

    MODERN SLAVERY
  • Vendor Code of Conduct posters created in five local languages and training at factories
  • Comply to Australian Modern Slavery Act and Statement requirement
  • Aligned with the Cotton Pledge Commitment in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan
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    TRACEABILITY
  • Quarterly factory list registered by each vendor with open POs
  • Factory auditing for active factories who have open POs
  • CAP follow-up (Corrective Action Plan)
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    TRANSPARENCY
  • Published Mosaic Brands first Factory List in June 2021
  • Updated list published in January 2022.
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    LIVING WAGE
  • Published our Living Wage Roadmap
  • Initiated our 5-Year Road Map
  • Anker Method of benchmarking in progress by certified 3rd party inspection provider QIMA
  • Acknowledged by Oxfam for living wage commitments
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    SUSTAINABILITY
  • Vendor Consolidation to ensure partnership is sustainable
  • Identify top 3 fabrics and risk strategy
  • Recognise factory capability in sustainability and promote environmental friendly facilities
  • Donation of development samples and unsold products to Australian based charities including Thread Together, Salvation Army and Give360.
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    MINIMUM WAGE
  • Conduct Factory Auditing and Worker Interviews by certified 3rd party inspection provider
  • All factories on hand meet the regional minimum wage requirements.
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