Puma said that it was taking action to improve working conditions at factories making Puma products in Cambodia, after one of them saw an outbreak of mass fainting last April. The incident at the footwear factory operated by Heuy Chuen led to an inquiry implemented by the independent Fair Labor Association (FLA), along with an occupational health physician. Their findings indicate that there have been breaches of Cambodian labor law, as well as the FLA's and Puma's Code of Conduct, including excessive working hours and multiple occupational health and safety violations. Puma said that it had already made progress on some of these issues but that it would further intensify its efforts, particularly through more training on labor standards in all relevant facilities in Cambodia.