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ERI - Ethical Procurement Policy

Ethical Procurement Policy

  1. Preamble
  2. ERI undertakes to abide by the principles set forth in the United Nations' global pact, "UN Global Compact". The 10 principles in particular govern business ethics, human rights, employee relations and environmental protection.
    For the purposes of the supply chain, naturally, we also expect our suppliers to abide by our code of conduct.

  3. Anti-corruption
  4. Suppliers should comply with the anti-corruption legislation in the countries where they operate and require their employees to abide by these regulations. In the event ERI becomes aware of the payment of bribes or any other forms of corruption, it shall terminate all business relations with the supplier(s) concerned.

  5. Forced and compulsory labour
  6. Suppliers should not resort to threats or any other kind of pressure to oblige a human being to perform labour. Labour should be carried out on voluntary basis where employees can freely leave the company at their own discretion.

  7. Child labour
  8. Suppliers should comply with the conventions of the International Labour Organisation and not employ children, meaning any persons under 15 (or 14, according to local legislation) or who have not completed their compulsory schooling or reached the legal age for admission to employment according to the local legislation.

  9. Human rights and non-discrimination
  10. Suppliers should provide their employees with a workplace free from harassment, intimidation, violence or any form of behaviour which may infringe their rights, their dignity or affect their physical or mental health, and should prevent such practices as soon as they occur.

  11. Freedom of association
  12. Suppliers should not infringe their employees' rights to freely assemble and to seek representation through a delegation of workers, providing the applicable legislation is upheld. Employees should be able to express themselves freely to the management regarding workplace conditions, without fear of reprisal, intimidation or harassment.

  13. Health and safety
  14. Suppliers should provide safe and healthy working conditions to ensure the safety and protect the physical and mental health of their employees. This is in the interests of creating a stimulating workplace conducive to the performance of effective and quality service provisions.

  15. Working hours, remuneration and benefits
  16. Suppliers should ensure that their employees do not exceed the statutory working hours. In the event employees are required to work overtime, the applicable legislation must be upheld.
    Similarly, suppliers should comply with the applicable legislation and standards in their sector of activity concerning employees' remuneration and working conditions.

  17. Environment and sustainable development
  18. Suppliers whose business activity has an impact on the environment should enforce an environmental policy to protect natural resources, reduce energy consumption, harmful emissions, packaging and waste, and which promotes the use of recycled products and provides for the implementation of recycling schemes.

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