CODE OF CONDUCT
SA Möbler places demands on subcontractors who deliver constituent materials / components in terms of environment, quality and social responsibility. Our “code of conduct” is our way of ensuring that we conduct our business in an ethically correct and responsible manner.
We therefore expect our suppliers to apply our requirements for responsible and sustainable cooperation. The requirements we set must be the starting point for our purchases in procurements with both new and existing suppliers.
Our “Code of Conducts” are:
The UN Convention on Human Rights must be complied with
ILO conventions on working conditions and rights in working life are complied with
Child labor must not occur in any form
Bribery and corruption are strictly forbidden
All employment with the supplier must be voluntary
All employees must work a certain number of hours per week in accordance with national legislation
All people are judged equally regardless of gender, ethnic background, religion, nationality, sexual orientation and physical or mental disability.
Full freedom of association shall prevail
Under no circumstances is it acceptable to punish, violate, allow forced labor, or in any way harass the staff
The salary is given, according to the applicable national or local salary levels, however, the salary must be reasonable to provide a decent living.
Applicable legislation and standards must be respected and complied with
The supplier must comply with labor and employment laws
The supplier’s facilities must comply with statutory and agreed safety rules
The supplier must have a contingency plan
The supplier must meet the requirements set via furniture facts, and certify this in writing
The supplier must meet work environment requirements according to SA8000 as minimum requirements
The supplier must be able to meet environmental requirements in accordance with ISO14001 or similar
Compliance with these rules of conduct is subject to revision.