Eagle Protect is extremely proud to now be Child Labor Free certified to a Manufacturing level, for a specific range of our products.
Child Labor Free has developed the world’s first global certification system to independently inspect and
Eagle underwent a rigorous fifteen-month process in pursuit of this certification mark. The certification process was a multilayered and holistic process in which
“We are extremely proud to be a part of the movement to end child labour,” said Steve Ardagh, Eagle Protect Founder and CEO, “and like Child Labor Free, we too believe every child has a right to a childhood. Many companies don’t know that children are involved in the production of their goods because of their complex supply chain. We hope more businesses join us in the journey towards Child Labor Free through a focus on ethical sourcing and supply chain transparency.”
The global supply chains that produce and deliver products internationally are complex. Many companies don’t know that children are involved in the production of their goods, hidden in complex supply chains, which are never openly discussed.
UNICEF estimates there are currently 150 million children engaged in child
Child Labor Free certification empowers consumers to
It clearly demonstrates to consumers that brands like Eagle are committed to working through their supply chain to ensure there is no child
We undertook this journey because we are committed to transparency in our supply chain. Sourcing our range of disposable gloves and clothing responsibly also provides assurance to your business, protecting your brand and your reputation.
Eagle Protect became New Zealand’s first certified B Corporation in 2012 and we are the world’s first and only disposable glove and clothing specialists to earn this distinction. Now, achieving Child Labor Free accreditation proves even further that we are truly serious about using business as a force for good and have set the standards for other disposable glove & PPE suppliers to follow.