Code of conduct

Code of Conduct.

Amestos success depends on a commitment to build trust and a good reputation among customers, suppliers, business partners, bank and insurance connections and public authorities. One of our aims is to have good business management with clear environment and social responsibility. Our suppliers must comply with our Code of Conduct. Amesto also expects our suppliers to ensure that subcontractors for the agreed product line, including suppliers and subcontractors further down the supply chain, act in accordance with our Code of Conduct. 

Un Sustainability Goals

Amesto’s guidelines for corporate social responsibility and ethics express the Group’s commitments related to key areas of responsibility such as human rights, health, safety and the environment, as well as anti-corruption. These guidelines are based on the UN declaration of human rights, the ILO core conventions and OECD’s guidelines for multinational companies.

Amesto is committed to the UN Global Compact for the protection of human and labour rights, the environment and anti-corruption. Amesto joined the UN initiative in 2012, at the initiative of CEO Arild Spandow. We use the UN’s sustainable development goals as a framework for the projects we work on. 

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