The 4 principles of corporate sustainability
To meet their social responsibilities, suppliers are required to conduct their business in an ethically correct way and to act with integrity.
Suppliers are required to protect the human rights of their employees, treating them with dignity and respect.
3. Quality, health, safety and the environment
Suppliers are expected to provide a safe and healthy working environment and, where possible, safe and healthy corporate housing, as well as to operate responsibly and environmentally efficiently. Suppliers are expected to integrate quality into their business processes.
4. Business management systems
Suppliers are required to implement management systems that facilitate compliance with applicable laws and promote unceasing improvement in relation to the expectations set out in the Supplier Code of Conduct.
The Code of Conduct is made available to all our suppliers. A way to strengthen collaboration and mutual growth with transparent guidelines to make everyday activities sustainable and create a new growth and development footprint with partners.