Code of conduct

We have formulated our position on ethical issues and our responsibility for sustainable business in a code of conduct. It describes how we behave towards customers, suppliers, employees and society at large. All employees at the company have a responsibility for compliance. We also expect our customers and suppliers to follow this code of conduct.

We aim to have long-term business relationships with customers, suppliers and employees. This requires us to act as a reliable partner and fulfil our commitments.

We comply with the laws and rules that apply in those countries in which we operate.

We reject all forms of corruption. We do not offer business partners rewards or benefits that contravene laws or accepted business practice. If we are invited to events by a supplier, it must be related to our business operations and the relevant line manager must approve our participation. Brigo always pays for travel, board and accommodation in these situations.

We are careful about giving and receiving gifts as they may be perceived as inappropriate influence or a bribe. Hospitality should take place with moderation and respect any restrictions for the parties involved. We never offer or accept cash gifts.

We comply with international human rights conventions. Under no circumstances do we tolerate child labour, forced labour or work carried out under threat.

We respect the right to form and belong to trade unions and the right to collective bargaining.

We encourage diversity and give employees the same opportunities and treat them the same irrespective of gender, ethnicity, civil status, sexual orientation, transgender identity, race, religion, political opinion, age or disability.
Our work environment must be healthy and safe, and we are proactive in preventing accidents and occupational injuries.

We work continually to reduce our own environmental impact. Our environmental goals are followed up annually. We are also proactive in encouraging customers and suppliers to choose more environmentally sustainable alternatives when we develop products and select production methods.