Factory Reports

Here you can find links to factory compliance reports that help public entities evaluate vendors and contractors and achieve their goal of procuring sweatfree products.

What kind of reports do we post?

  • Reports about factories that supply at least one Consortium member or another public entity that requires sweatfree compliance, or other factory reports commissioned by a public entity to help further its goal of sweatfree procurement.
  • Credible and reliable reports by professional and reputable authors who possess a solid foundation of relevant skills and knowledge.  The Consortium considers reports by independent monitoring organizations the most reliable.
  • The most current reports.  Reports that are older than two years old are found in the historical section.  While these reports may not be reliable, they can still contain historical information of value to public entities.

The reports are organized alphabetically by brand.  The Consortium does not endorse the findings of the reports listed here, but provides them as a resource only.  If you believe any of the reports are not accurate or there are more up-to-date reports please contact us.


Current Reports--two years old or more recent


Gildan Activewear

Factory monitor: Worker Rights Consortium (WRC)

Client: WRC-affiliated colleges and universities.  The factory also makes products sold to public agencies.

Factory:


Robinson Textiles

Factory monitor: Worker Rights Consortium (WRC)

Client: City and County of San Francisco

Factory:


Historical Reports--more than two years old


Kimberley Clark

Factory monitor: Worker Rights Consortium (WRC)

Client: City and County of San Francisco

Factory:


Lion Apparel

Factory monitor: Worker Rights Consortium (WRC)

Client: City of Los Angeles

Factory:


Propper International

Factory monitor: Worker Rights Consortium (WRC)

Client: City of Los Angeles

Factory:


Williamson-Dickie

Factory monitor: Worker Rights Consortium (WRC)

Client: City of Los Angeles

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