We want to ensure that all companies in our supply chain operate ethically and responsibly. These guidelines are based on the ten principles of the UN Global Compact, which are our commitment to human rights, labor rights, the environment and anti-corruption. Our goal is also to promote sustainable development, especially the UN's sustainable development goals 8) Decent work and economic growth, 12) Responsible consumption and production and 13) Climate action.
Compliance with laws and agreements
The Supplier must comply with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries in which it conducts business.
The supplier must support and respect universal human rights in his own sphere of influence. Special attention should be paid to the rights of vulnerable groups such as women, children, people with disabilities, indigenous peoples, migrant workers, older persons, etc.
The supplier must ensure that it is not involved in human rights violations.
The supplier must uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining. Employees are guaranteed an atmosphere free of violence, pressure, fear and threats, so that they can make decisions of their own choosing. The working hours of the employees, as well as the salaries and other benefits paid to the employees, must at least comply with national legislation and agreements.
The supplier must not use forced labor in any form. Employees must be at work voluntarily, and they must have the right to leave freely according to established rules.
The supplier must not use child labor. The basic rules in accordance with international standards distinguish between what is acceptable and what is not acceptable work for children of different ages and stages of development.
The supplier must not accept discrimination against employees. Non-discrimination in the employment relationship simply means that employees are selected based on how well they are able to do the job, and they are not separated, excluded or favored on other grounds.
The supplier must support the precautionary principle in environmental matters. The supplier must use risk management methods to try to identify threats of serious or irreversible damage, and take the necessary measures in time to prevent environmental pollution.
The supplier must take initiatives that promote responsibility in environmental matters. The supplier actively strives to reduce its emissions.
The supplier must strive to develop and utilize environmentally friendly technologies, processes and procedures.
The suppliers must act against all forms of corruption, including extortion and bribery.
Classy Oy aims to provide our customers with high quality and sustainably manufactured products, while ensuring that our supply chain is ethical and responsible.. Thank you for your cooperation and commitment to these important principles.
Updated on April 12, 2023.