Soiltech complies with laws, rules and regulations applicable to its business, including the Norwegian Transparency Act.
The Transparency Act includes requirements for reporting on basic human rights and decent working conditions for own business, supply chain and business partners. Soiltech’s Code of Conduct applies to all Soiltech critical and key suppliers, their subcontractors and third parties. It is the supplier’s responsibility to ensure that its representatives are familiar with this code and to commit to complying with it. Soiltech requires our suppliers to act in such a way that the impact on nature, people and society is both ecologically and ethically justifiable.
The Transparency Act aims to reduce the risk of human rights violations, avoid modern slavery and ensure decent working conditions. Soiltech’s obligations to respect basic human rights are laid down in our core values, Ethical guidelines and in our policy for human rights.
Soiltech’s Anti-Bribery and corruption Policy applies to all employees, officers and director of Soiltech and of all Soiltech’s affiliates World-Wide, as well as any third party intermediaries/representatives such as resellers, contractors or agents.