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D.P. Factory

Quality Control

ISO 9001-2008 certification, ERP application, guidelines and standards, Business Social Compliance Initiative, GS1 article database and EDI Quality Management System: ISO 9001:2008 D. P. Factory BV just want satisfied customers and employees, which is why quality and safety has our focus. To be a quality organization we have our own quality management system that is…
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ERP-Application

ERP-Application

Using the ERP system are all business processes controlled. Including design data, product, and sales orders, inventory systems, business administration, logistics and container data in such a way interconnected that all information gathered is accessible by anyone throughout the company.

All our files are automatically updated and our products comply with the European legislation.

Compliance

D. P. Factory operates in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. All European directives and associated standards are therefore used. More information about toy safety and guidelines can be found on the website of the European Commission. More information about toy safety and guidelines can be found on the website of the European Commission.

Business Social Compliance Initiative.

D. P. Factory As of 2008 a member of BSCI and the Foreign Trade Association. BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) aims to improve working conditions like: the right to form a union, safe working conditions and not forced labor and no child labor.

To achieve this, the members and their suppliers a drafting plan of improvement to the International Labor Organization (ILO) standards to fulfill these in. BSCI is not a certificate. The gradual move towards SA8000 certification is encouraged.
• BSCI's working based on improvement through monitoring, training and capacity building and lobbying / cooperative activities;
• The initiative does not guarantee the extent to which the suppliers in the supply chain meets the criteria;
• For industrial production, the members should be included in the BSCI ⅔ of suppliers in vulnerable countries in improving BSCI members can determine whether this is measured in terms of the number of suppliers or proportion of the volume itself;
• Set that you have to fulfill "audit cycle 2" that a framework for the audits and share the results after 3 ½ years' audit cycle 1 "and after 5 ½ years since January 2010;