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Business principles
Prosafe will act in an ethical and socially responsible manner and uphold:
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Prosafe will show respect for all individuals and will ensure that all its activities are conducted in accordance with basic human rights standards.
  • The principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  • The key conventions of the International Labour Organisation
  • The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
  • The principles of the United Nations Global Compact

Legal compliance
In its business activities, Prosafe will comply with applicable laws and regulations and act in an ethical and socially responsible manner.

Fair competition
Prosafe is committed to fair and open competition in markets around the world. Prosafe companies and employees must under no circumstances engage in any anti-competitive practices such as illegal fixing of prices, sharing of markets or other actions which prevent, restrict or distort competition in violation of applicable antitrust laws.

Bribery and corruption
Prosafe is against all forms of corruption, including facilitation payment, and will make active efforts to ensure that it does not occur in the company's business activities. Prosafe will not offer customers, potential customers, governments, agencies, or any representatives of such entities, or any other third party any rewards or benefits in violation of either applicable law or reasonable and generally accepted business practices.

Human rights and diversity
Respect is one of Prosafe’s core values. Prosafe will show respect for all individuals and will ensure that all its activities are conducted in accordance with basic human rights standards.

Prosafe does not accept any form of discrimination on the basis of gender, religion or belief, race, national or ethnic origin, cultural background, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, disability, sexual orientation, age or political opinion.

Prosafe does not tolerate abuse or harassment toward employees, contractors, suppliers, customers or others.

Labour standards
Prosafe will ensure that child labour or forced labour does not occur in Prosafe and encourages its consultants, customers, suppliers and other business partners to do likewise.

Basic employee rights such as the entitlement to collective bargaining, to receive minimum wage and to have regulated working hours will be given high priority.

Accounting and reporting
Prosafe’s financial reporting must be in accordance with laws and regulations, including generally accepted accounting practices. Prosafe will provide complete, correct and accurate statements in its reports.

Stakeholder information
Prosafe will provide its stakeholders with open, truthful, relevant, comprehensible and timely disclosures.