When manufacturing garments of myrtle beach and JAMES & NICHOLSON, the Organic Content Standard 100 (OCS 100) is a standard for verifying and tracking the exact content of organically grown materials in a final product. Among other things, the superordinate ‘Content Claim Standard’ defines with OCS the traceability of merchandise as well as the transparency within the production chain.
BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative)
In 2003 the Foreign Trade Association (Association of German retailers interested in foreign trade) together with the Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) founded the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI). Their aim is to support the member-companies, to improve the working conditions within the value chain worldwide with the help of a systematic surveillance and qualification system and to introduce environmental protection measures. Like many other highly renowned companies, Gustav Daiber GmbH is a member of BSCI.
Oeko Tex Certificate
An independent testing and certification system with headquarters in Switzerland which to a globally uniform standard tests textiles in all stages of production on the basis of environmentally friendly criteria. Products carrying the Oeko-Tex label are proven to remain below the defined limits for harmful substances. The Oeko-Tex standard was developed in the early nineteen-nineties among others by Hohenstein-Institutes. Daiber-products meet this standard.