When RevolutionRace enters a contract relationship with a supplier, we also assume partial responsibility for the social conditions of the employees. Our principles are defined in our supplier Code of Conduct, which is based on the UN Declaration of Human rights, the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) Core Labour conventions and the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact defining core principles, such as fair remuneration, decent working hours, no forced labour or child labour. Our supplier Code of Conduct also applies to all subcontractors of the manufacturers.
RevolutionRace is a member of Amfori a recognized international business association for open and sustainable trade. We work with the Amfori Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) to continuously improve the social conditions in our supply chain. The BSCI offers independent audits monitoring compliance with every principle in our supplier Code of Conduct. Based on the findings of each audit we are able to enter a dialogue covering a spectrum from immediately solving zero-tolerance issues to solutions based on continuous improvement. The dialogue takes place through our factory visits, continuous discussions and follow-up audits.