Creating a Place in Which We Are Proud to Work

At Delta Apparel, we believe the cornerstone of success begins with ethical conduct in all aspects of a business. We are committed to operating our businesses based on trust, honesty, dignity, mutual respect and collaboration, especially as it relates to the treatment of our people, environment, and communities.

“All of us have a shared responsibility to act with integrity and to ensure that we sustain a place in which we are proud to work. We have adopted an Ethics Policy and Workplace Code of Conduct to promote these standards.”

- Robert Humphreys, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Operating in a Legal and Ethical Manner

We employ approximately 8.000 full-time employees, of whom approximately 1,300 are employed in the United States and the remainder are located in Honduras, El Salvador and Mexico. All Delta Apparel, Inc. associates are required to acknowledge that they understand our Ethics Policy and Workplace Code of Conduct. In addition, we require all of our business partners, suppliers and contractors to conduct their operations in a legal and ethical manner.

Meeting or Exceeding Standards in our Facilities

We have invested significant time and resources in ensuring that the working conditions in all of our facilities meet or exceed the standards imposed by governing laws and regulations.

Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production

Worldwide Responsible Accredited ProductionWe have obtained WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) certification for all of our manufacturing facilities that we operate in Honduras, El Salvador and Mexico, with all of our facilities outside the U.S. achieving either Gold or Platinum certification

Fair Labor Association

Fair Labor Association LogoWe are an affiliate of the FLA (Fair Labor Association). Our affiliation with FLA further enhances human rights compliance monitoring for our facilities and those of our third party contractors. In addition, we have proactive programs to promote workplace safety, personal health, and employee wellness.

Supporting Local Charities and Educational Institutions

We also support local charities and educational institutions in the communities where we operate, as well as certain U.S. national campaigns and international victim relief funds.

Organizations we’ve supported:

  • Alzheimer's Association
  • Airborne and Special Operations Museum Foundation
  • LEAD Greenville County Law Enforcement
  • American Cancer Society
  • Hope Harbor
  • United Way
  • Warriors on the Water
  • St. Jude Children's Hospital

Conflict Minerals

In 2010, Congress enacted the "conflict minerals" provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to address the exploitation and trade of certain minerals that contribute to violence and human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and neighboring countries. These conflict minerals consist of gold, columbite-tantalite (coltan), cassiterite, and wolframite (including their derivatives, tantulum, tin and tungsten), and may include other designated minerals in the future. As set forth in our Conflict Minerals Policy found in our most recently filed Specialized Disclosure Report on Form SD and Conflict Minerals Report, we support the Dodd-Frank Act's goal of preventing armed groups in the applicable countries from benefitting from the sourcing of conflict minerals from that region and we are committed to responsible sourcing of materials for our products. We also support greater transparency in the supply chain, particularly with respect to the sourcing of conflict minerals.