Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP)

WRAP is a factory-based certification program in the world focused on apparel, footwear, and sewn products that shows potential buyers that you are committed to ethical and responsible business standards. WRAP Certification is evidence that you observe the laws of your country, hold workers with dignity and respect, and are mindful of the impact your operation has on the environment. The WRAP certificate is a globally recognized symbol of a commitment to uphold social and ethical standards.

Accordia is one of the largest WRAP monitoring firms, globally.  Since 2000, Accordia has been performing WRAP Certification Audits in high-risk sourcing countries, including Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia and China.

Each Accordia auditor performing WRAP Certification audits are trained, tested and accredited directly by WRAP to their demanding standards. WRAP additionally requires all accredited auditors to be AOSCA Members in Good Standing in order to conduct WRAP audits. Clients selecting Accordia can have the confidence that their certification audits are being performed by the best in the business.



Your facility submits basic information to WRAP along with a registration fee.



Complete a pre audit, self-assessment to show you have been using socially compliant practices.



Select ACCORDIA to perform your WRAP Certification Audit.



WRAP will review the Accordia audit report for a Certification decision.



Upon successful Evaluation, you receive one of the Three Levels of Certification Platinum, Gold or Silver.

Contact us and we will guide you through each step

WRAP’s certification is based on compliance to 12 labor, human rights and management system principles.  The WRAP Certification Program’s objective is to independently monitor and certify compliance with these principles, to ensure that sewn products are being produced under safe, lawful, humane and ethical conditions. Participating facilities voluntarily commit to ensuring that their manufacturing practices will meet the WRAP Principles.

  • Compliance with Laws and Workplace Regulations
  • Prohibition of Forced Labor
  • Prohibition of Child Labor
  • Prohibition of Harassment or Abuse


  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Hours of Work
  • Prohibition of Discrimination
  • Health & Safety


  • Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining
  • Environment
  • Customs Compliance
  • Security


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