Keeping workers safe needs to be top priority amongst both clothing brands, their suppliers and the worker representatives. To give targeted guidance on how to keep workers safe, we have developed this discussion sheet which, in combination with our COVID-19 specific health and safety checklist, gives a comprehensive overview of what measures to consider and what to look out for in the conversation between brands and their suppliers.

Discussion Sheet on Factory Health and Safety - Ethical Trading Initiative, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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