Environmental, Health and Safety Responsibility
Callaway is committed to conducting its business in a sustainable, safe and compliant manner. We value the environment and the health and safety of the individuals that make and use our product. We promote a safe and healthy environment by providing leadership, establishing policies, setting expectations and validating progress throughout our Company and Supply Chain.
Environmental, Health & Safety Policy & Leadership
Callaway maintains its Environmental, Health and Safety policies, procedures, safety aids and related forms in our Enterprise Level Document Management Center.
Callaway’s commitment to implementing Environmental, Health and Safety standards internationally is aligned with Callaway’s core value to always act with integrity and respect. Callaway is committed to working with our suppliers and licensees to ensure compliance with our policies and applicable law. Our Supplier Code of Conduct sets forth the standards Callaway expects each supplier to meet. Our licensee agreements establish additional standards of licensee conduct. Click here to view a summary of our Environmental, Health and Safety Leadership initiatives.Our EH&S Policy
The Company strives to ensure that products comply with applicable laws and regulations through education, testing, certifications, and audits.
Click here to learn more about our product compliance initiatives:Environmental Summary
Green Electricity Use
Jack Wolfskin’s Idstein headquarters, Jack Wolfskin Hamburg distribution center and Jack Wolfskin retail stores in Germany, Austria and Switzerland all use 100% green electricity.
Reduced Pieces in Use
Reduced amount of single-use plastics used in the Company’s U.K. and Japan Pre-Owned Golf Club packaging by 53,000 pieces per year.
Jack Wolfskin suppliers have saved approximately 760,000 liters of water and 23.8 tons of chemicals during production by using dyeing technologies that use less water and chemicals.
The Company’s North America truck-based logistics increased over the years from 50% SmartWay-certified carriers in 2016 to 87% in 2019.
At the Company's golf ball manufacturing facility in Chicopee, 95% of the water used in one of the key manufacturing processes is recycled by filtering and reusing it.
We test and certify compliance of children’s products according to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) and use guidance provided by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). CPSIA Certificate Lookup:
We work closely with certified laboratories to test the materials in our products against current regulatory requirements. We also require our suppliers to follow these requirements. If you have any questions about compliance for Callaway Golf children’s products, please send inquiries here.