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Earthcheck is the largest environmental management system used by the travel and tourism industry for the benchmarking and certification of their operational practices. It remains the only program that has more than a decade of industry-specific benchmarking data that lets businesses compare their performance EarthCheck is exclusively owned by EC3 Global, and is trusted by more than 1000 organisations in over 70 countries, among them InterContinental Hotels Group, Taj Hotels, Sandals,... more
Eco Mark Program (Eco-products)
The Eco Mark program which the Japan Environment Association undertakes, is managed in accordance with the standard and principle (ISO 14020 - An environmental label and declaration, a general principle, ISO 14024 - An environmental label and declaration, a type I environmental-label display, a principle and procedure) of International Organization of Standardization (ISO).
PEFC | Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes (Forestry Products)
As the worlds largest forest certification system, PEFC remains the certification system of choice for small, non-industrial private forests, with hundreds of thousands of family forest owners certified to comply with our internationally recognized Sustainability Benchmark. To date, more than 8000 companies have obtained PEFC Chain of Custody certification, offering tens of thousands of PEFC-certified products globally. With alternative forest certification... more
Good Corporation (CSR)
GoodCorporation conducts independent and confidential assessments of ethical management practices.
CSC9000T Management System (Textile)
Responsible Supply Chain Association (RSCA)
BS 8901 (Hospitality)
Specification for a sustainability management system for events. BS 8901 is applicable throughout the sector supply chain encompassing venues, organizing companies and industry contracting firms and is aimed at the following groups: event organizers, venues, organizations and/or individuals in the supply chain.
Toy Safety Certification Program (Product Safety)
The Toy Industry Association (TIA) is making the foundational aspects of its Toy Safety Certification Program (TSCP) freely available as online resources to help all toy companies, importers and testing laboratories facilitate compliance with the federal Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). The formal certification component of the TSCP is being placed on hold pending further U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) clarification of the law.
Japan Toy Safety Standard, ST2002 (Product Safety)
The purpose of our Association is to contribute to the comprehensive development of toy industry in our country as well as to promote toy exports by putting together the opinions of toy industry circles regarding the various issues both at home and abroad concerning the production, distribution, exports and consumption of toys in order to give practical effect to these issues through the liaison and coordination of each sector of toy industry.