Rokwear Ltd believes that businesses are responsible for good environmental practice and operating in a sustainable manner. We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance and encourage all our business associates to do the same.

  • Our Environmental Policy

    • Complies with or exceeds requirements of current environmental legislation and codes of practice
    • Minimises waste and reuses or recycles as much as possible
    • Minimises energy and water usage and minimises our consumption of natural resources
    • Operates company vehicles with due regard to environmental issues and encourages car sharing
    • Continuously reduces any form of pollution or impact from our operations
    • Purchases products and services that are least damaging
    • Pre-assesses the environmental impact of any new process or product
    • Ensures all employees conform to our environmental policy
    • Addresses complaints about any breach of our policy promptly
    • Is updated annually


Rokwear Ltd is committed to providing our clients with the highest quality products at the greatest value by building strong relationships with like-minded organisations that share our values and our standards of business conduct. We subscribe fully to the relevant International Labour Organisation (ILO) & UNICEF conventions relating to labour issues, including child labour, regardless of the country or region we operate in.


We seek to ensure human dignity, safety and respect are upheld and will not profit from the misery or mistreatment of others. We believe this is the right thing to do socially, ethically and commercially and because we are all connected through our humanity.


We ensure our business partners comply with legal standards and requirements and that ILO and UN recommendations are adhered to.


  • All of our business partners must agree to:

    • Ensure rights of workers are upheld in accordance with ILO, UN and national regulations
    • Not utilise child labour as defined by the ILO, UN or national standard
    • Not utilise forced labour


We define child labour as anyone under 16 years old. We require our suppliers to declare anyone under this age working in the production of our products, and to clearly state what education provision, working conditions and pay they are receiving.


We are committed to providing a safe and healthy place of work and to treating employees fairly and in compliance with the law, and expect the same of our partners. We recognise that cultural differences exist but as a minimum expect our partners to adhere to the following:

    • Workplace standards must meet all local laws and safety regulations
    • Employees must not be discriminated against for personal characteristics or beliefs
    • Employees must be compensated fairly for all hours worked and at local industry standard
    • Worker housing must meet the same standards for health and safety as the workplace


Compliance with these standards is a contractual requirement for all our supply partners, agreed in writing as terms of engagement and monitored annually. We expect our business partners to provide full access to all production facilities and records relating to employment practices. We request and require on-site inspection of facilities and records in order to implement and monitor these standards.


Non-compliance, or breach of these standards, will result in Rokwear Ltd bringing action against the partner in question, initially through recommendation and sanction and ultimately through termination of our relationship if progress is not made.


We will strive to ensure that we continually monitor international legislation and standards to continually improve our operations and the conditions of our partner suppliers.