The multinational retail clothing company H&M Group – which comprises of six independent brands: H&M, COS, Monki, Weekday, Cheap Monday and & Other Stories – joins the ChemSec Business Group today.
– We welcome H&M to the ChemSec Business Group. With a very proactive chemicals management strategy and focus on adding transparency within its supply chain, we believe H&M will bring a lot to the table and contribute in a positive way to the to the Business Group, says ChemSec Business Advisor Theresa Kjell.
H&M now joins existing members adidas Group, B&Q, Boots, Coop, Dell, EurEau, Ikea, Shaw, Skanska, Sony Mobile and the Swedish Construction Federation in the ChemSec Business Group.
– We are very pleased to be a part of the ChemSec Business Group and are looking forward to a rewarding cooperation, says Kristin Häglund, Global Chemical Compliance Expert at H&M.
The ChemSec Business Group is a collaboration among companies working together to inspire concrete progress on toxic use reduction. It gathers market-leading companies, across a diversity of sectors, for the development of effective corporate practice regarding chemicals management. It also raises public awareness of companies’ efforts to be drivers on this issue.