Production of ambulance clothing
Production of ambulance clothing
Production of ambulance clothing


Every garment we produce has an impact on the planet. To reduce our impact, we’re looking for ways of improving all aspects of our business.

We base our decision making on established methods and standards, calculate our emissions using the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol, and perform Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) on our products to help us identify areas of improvement.

We have set climate targets in line with the 1.5°C pathway of the Paris Agreement in all three scopes of the Green House Gas (GHG) Protocol.

We set high standards for everyone we work with to ensure that our clothing is produced responsibly. We choose our partners and suppliers carefully and have processes in place for due diligence, transparency, and follow-up. As part of the Hultafors Group, we require our suppliers to adhere to the group’s Code of Conduct (CoC). It’s based on international standards to ensure fair, safe, and healthy working conditions, as well as environmental responsibility across our entire supply chain.

  • Managing risks and negative impact
  • Implementing compliance and compliance follow up
  • Conducting transparency & risk evaluations

For Eripio we have chosen to have a European supply chain.

Local operational team

EripioWear secures constant insights from the factory floors through operational presence.

Streamlined supply chain

Our optimized supply chain enables us to keep close contact with our partners. This has proven to be fruitful, both from a risk perspective and when reducing emissions in our supply chain.

Grievance system

We have a worldwide complaint system provided via Whistle B allowing anyone to report suspected misconduct within our supply chain.

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