Nicoblu was founded on a commitment to produce the highest quality products and according to the highest ethical and legal standards.
Nicoblu supports the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 and the 2015 UK Modern Slavery Act and strives to be a model example of human rights and fair labor practices throughout its business activities. Our implementation of the Act reaffirms our commitment to enforcing measures that fight against forced and involuntary labor. “Forced and involuntary labor” refers to slave labor, prison labor, indentured labor, bonded labor, human trafficking, child labor and similar conduct.
Nicoblu chooses the best suppliers in its field who provide premium quality in both their products and services but also by way of their ethical, social and environmental approaches and beliefs.
We enforce compliance by taking actions below:
Nicoblu has implemented the Nicoblu Code of Conduct (the “Code”) and requires all apparel suppliers agree to and adhere to the terms of the Code. The Code establishes non-negotiable standards for Nicoblu's suppliers in the areas of health and safety, labor standards, business integrity, and the environment.
Nicoblu’s apparel suppliers are required to pass audits to ensure that they are compliant with Social Accountability International’s SA8000 standards, an international standardized code of conduct for improving working conditions around the world.
CERTIFICATION OF SUPPLIER COMPLIANCE
Nicoblu requires its suppliers to sign and to adhere to the Code. In the event Nicoblu becomes aware of any actions or conditions not in compliance with the Code, Nicoblu reserves the right to demand corrective measures as well as the right to terminate an agreement with any supplier who does not comply with the Code.