Lululemon discloses that its responsible supply chain program includes ongoing monitoring of all first and second tier facilities and sub-contractors that are particularly high risk. It states that its internal assessors undergo annual human rights training and have undergone specialized training on detecting and acting on forced labor risks. Lululemon also uses third-party auditors and states that any facility employing foreign migrant workers must be assessed by an auditor with demonstrated experience in forced labor and foreign migrant worker issues. The company discloses the most frequent findings in first and second tier for 2019 (types of issue and frequency).
H&M is part of a Global Framework Agreement focusing on freedom of association and collective bargaining, which includes expectations for its direct suppliers and subcontractors. As part of the agreement, the company has set up national monitoring committees in six countries, which oversee implementation of the agreement. It stated that the committees cover more than 750,000 workers who can raise issues via the committees. It also disclosed some information on the types of issues resolved.