Code of conduct
Our code of conduct can be split into two parts. Partly the one that most companies today have with regard to actions in line with international regulations. Partly the one which we have developed in line with our view of the quality of our deliveries and the personal responsibility for each and every one of our business areas.
A matter of course for Code of Conduct are:
- The right to trade union freedom
- Prohibition of child labour and forced labour
- Prohibition of discrimination
- Guarantee of regulated working hours
- Officialemployment contracts
- Requirements of a safe work environment
- Requirement of correct salary
Our insight is based on the relevant ILO conventions and the eight core conventions on human rights in the work place, the UN's declaration of human rights, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.