Certified Operator (Certification Applicant)Koopmanskloof Wingerde (PTY) Ltd - Hired Labour3 stars

Place, CountryKoelenhof, South Africa

Contactwww.koopmanskloof.co.za

Certified Productswinefair for life logo
Certification ProgrammeFair for Life - Social & Fair Trade Certification
Hired Labour
ChapterContent of the For Life - Corporate Social Responsibility ProgrammeNormRating
2.1.1No Forced Labour20
2.1.2Freedom of Association and Right to Collective Bargaining20
2.5.1Accountable Trade Relations with Buyers1414
2.5.2Fair Trade Policy and Worker Empowerment88
2.5.3Fair Trade Pricing1414
2.5.4Fair Trade Development Premium Administration and Use1816
Total Score Hired Labour52
Points Reached Last Year (Hired Labour): 307
Environmental Criteria
ChapterContent of the IMO Environmental ProgrammeNormRating
Total Score Environmental Criteria0
Points Reached Last Year (Environmental Criteria): 51
Social Impact
Social Impact & Special AchievementsKoopmanskloof Crèche: The crèche was opened to accommodate and educate their farm workers' children while they are at work during the day.
Use of Fair Trade PremiumNo sales of Fair For Life wines yet.

Reached percentage of the applicable Total Norm Points for the overall performance
Percentage90 %

Date of Certification
First19.05.2016
Last Update01.09.2017

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