Ethics & compliance

Transparency and trust is essential in relation to what we deliver, but also to how we deliver. Our Ethics & Compliance (E&C) program is designed to ensure that the “how” is as trustworthy as the “what”. With its continuous development and active implementation, our E&C program ensures that we operate in accordance with applicable laws and our internal policies and standards.

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Skretting Australia Modern Slavery Act statement

Skretting Australia takes a proactive approach to eradicating modern slavery risk from our supply chain. Our risk-based supplier assessment process, constructed with reference to the UN ‘Protect, Respect and Remedy’ framework which underpins the United Nation Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, is part of our broader Quality Management Program and is designed to identify and assess a range of potential risks in the supply chain, including modern slavery and human trafficking.

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Code of Conduct for Employees

We believe that there is only one way to business and that is the right way. Our Code of Conduct is at the heart of how we do business. Our employees around the world abide by our high standards ensuring that we operate in an ethical and sustainable way as we deliver on our purpose: ‘Feeding the Future’.

Code of Conduct for Business Partners

We recognise that our mission can only be achieved with the cooperation of our business partners. Therefore, we have developed a Code of Conduct for Business Partners, which enables us to engage with our Business Partners on sustainability, compliance and integrity issues. We will only conduct business with companies or individuals that comply with the standards set out in our Code of Conduct for Business Partners.

Read our code of conduct for Business Partners

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