The trust and confidence of our employees, customers, subcontractors and other stakeholders is decisive for our business' continued success.
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct is, together with our cultural core values, the foundation of how we do business and how we act. Where necessary, a number of global policies support the Code and are supplemented with local policies.
Our Code of Conduct is based on international principles
- The UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- UN Global Compact
- ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
- OECD's guidelines for multinational companies
Combating corruption is highly important to Getinge. Ethics and moral are the basis of all of our operations and are reflected in all relationships, both internally and externally. Our global anti-corruption policy is based on our company values and aims to ensure ethical behavior in all business.
Supplier Code of Conduct
To ensure that our Code of Conduct is also upheld in the supply chain, all suppliers must in the contract pledge to comply with the requirements in Code of Conduct.
Whistle blowing policy
As a part of our Code of Conduct and anti-corruption policy, Getinge has implemented a global whistle blowing system under which employees have the opportunity to report any improprieties or deviations.
UN Global Compact
Getinge has signed the UN Global Compact and supports the ten principles on human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption.
Read more about our sustainability efforts in our Annual Report.
Some electronic devices in our products contain tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold. These metals are known as ‘conflict minerals’ because they may origin from the Democratic Republic of Congo where illegal armed groups control some mines and transit routes.
Getinge’s position is that the extraction of raw materials never should, directly or indirectly, support these armed groups.
We are committed to having a conflict-free supply chain. When conflict minerals are used, we will scrutinize our supply chain to ensure that these minerals are supplied by conflict-free sources.