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The Manufacturer of RFX+care Outdoor Oppenhejm & Jansson / RFX+care has rigorous CSR policies in place, applicable to all working processes.

The company aspires to making a difference in the world of manufacturing and trading. By having an extensive knowledge of CSR policies, by following them carefully and implementing them properly, their partners and clients also play a part in the process making a difference.

Their Codes of Conduct are defined and implemented through BSCI and the international UN Global Compact’s 11 principles.

Furthermore all their key account customers have audited the company’s manufacturing processes to their satisfaction. RFX+Care has passed audits undertaken by IKEA, Decathlon, Volvo, Toy’R Us and many more.


BSCI’S Principles aiming at the Highest Labour Protection

“The BSCI Code draws on important international labour standards protecting workers’ rights such as International Labour Organization (ILO) conventions, declarations of the United Nations (UN) as well as guidelines of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). It sets out 11 core labour rights, which our participating companies and their business partners commit to incorporating within their supply chain in a step-by-step development approach. The 2014 version has been reinforced with new principles such as ‘No Precarious Employment and ‘Ethical Business Behaviour’.”


•Right to collective bargaining is respected
•No discrimination is practised
•Child labour is prohibited
•Legal minimum and industry standards wages  are paid
•Working hours are not exceeding 60 hours every week, and one day off every 7 days
•No forced labour and disciplinary measures
•A safe and healthy working environment
•Environmental Management System ISO14001
•Social accountability
•Anti-bribery and anti-corruption policy
No Precarious Employment’ and ‘Ethical Business Behaviour’.


We defined and published our Employee Handbook (RFX/JCQ-GL-003), forbidding child labour, enforced labour, embarrassment and allowing the workers having legal rights, like working hours, sick leave and maternity leave. To support this we published Employee Appeals Process(RFX/JCQ-GL-005), informing how the workers appeal.