Social Compliance

Social Compliance:

To follow up all compliance assurance issue like; ES, IMS, EMS, and SDP All Vendor. And send report to the Buyer. Long trust sourcing bd is enabling business in Bangladesh to be socially responsible, sustainable and profitable. We are here to serve our clients equally, both domestic export oriented companies and multinational companies that are re-establishing their businesses. We want to improve the overall situation of companies and factories by providing a complementary range of specialized, professional consulting and training services. Alongside maintaining the highest quality within our core services of Social Responsibility, World Class Management Skills, Labour Relation for Labour Leaders, Lean Continuous Improvement, Occupational Health & Safety and Eco-efficiency and Environmental Protection to increase profitability, Our experts help companies and factories to earn more profit by doing wise things...


Social Accountability:

In today's fast-changing global market, it is not only the quality of garments that cherished the retailers and manufacturers but also the working environments of the organization wherein the products were produced. Those are equally important to gain and strengthen consumer confidence and to build up more reliable relationships with vendors. In other words, a specific code of conduct that protects the basic human rights of the workforce engaged in the trade is to be respected to satisfy consumers and to add social value to the product. Basic awareness of social accountability helps to understand and monitor the compliance part of it in protecting the image of a particular brand of product. In order to do so, the reputed and leading market players in the garment trade have imposed compulsion on the related factories to achieve those objectives as a condition of the export contract. Even the exports were either withheld or canceled elsewhere in the event of non-compliance to such issues.

Code of Conduct (COC)

Social Accountability standards have been developed by international organizations such as the Fair Labor Association (FLA), Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production (WRAP), Council on Economic Priorities Accreditation Agency (HIPAA), The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), and Business for Social Responsibility (BSR). Reputed brand buyers in the large supply chains have taken the guideline from those organizations and formulated their own standards of COC and also the acceptance criteria. The basic principles of COC have been derived from the principles of international human rights norms as delineated in International Labour Organization Conventions, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.