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Textile & Garment CSR

CSR and Compliance areas of interest in Textile & Garment industries

Members: 18
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2012

CSR in Textile & Garment

While CSR field has a lot in common in different areas of corporations interest .. I believe that textile & Garment industries have special conditions and situations .. which need to be focus on and to be  analysed in order to provide a fair environment for the wide range of people who work in this field ..

So, lets share problems .. Ideas .. Solutions and best practices , with honest will to make a better world ..

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CSR key performance Indicators

Dear Memberslets share our best practices on what is the most important KPI's in CSR .. Continue

Started by Muhammad Leheta Feb 14, 2012.

textile industry

 Textile industry is an important industry in Egypt and most of the social compliance audits are performed in textile industry, that's why this industry has its own circumstances such as working hours and on the other side of that the factories are…Continue

Started by Ilham Moussa Oct 29, 2011.

3rd party Audit between cost and benefit

One of the most concerns in Garment , Textile field is 3rd party audit ..so, what do you think of it .. ? is it cost or benefit ? fair or unfair ? Lets share ideas and experiences in this wealthy issue ..Continue

Started by Muhammad Leheta Apr 5, 2011.

CSR

While CSR field has a lot in common in different areas of corporations interest .. I believe that textile & Garment industries have its own conditions and situations .. which need from all of us to focus and analyse in order to provide a fair…Continue

Started by Muhammad Leheta Apr 3, 2011.

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Comment by Christopher Gleadle on April 26, 2011 at 5:41pm
I agree, and it is for these reasons, and many more, why I feel, a strong understanding of a supply chain is important - to measure and monitor both the enviro and socio- economic impact of the supply chain: quantifying impact in terms of the overall organisational sustainability (csr) footprint.
Comment by Muhammad Leheta on April 21, 2011 at 7:01pm
Helping people is the greatest gratification of all
Comment by Muhammad Leheta on April 10, 2011 at 5:57pm

Thank you for comment !

We can't say that any field has its own CSR principles. but, the type and condition for each field determines CSR areas of focus..

for example, child labor in farms or health and safety and working hours in garment industry ..

Garment , Textile industry depends on manpower and peak seasons in the first place , also sewing and textile machines are naturally noisy and dusty , thats why health and safety solutions and working hours\over time analyzing procedures are needed . 

Comment by Christopher Gleadle on April 6, 2011 at 5:07pm

Could you please expand a little on why you believe the textile and garment industries have their own conditions and situations, which, would be outside of the emerging formal reporting and mitigation processes for CSR and sustainability.

Thank you

 

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