Prosafe aims to be a socially responsible company and to further develop its business in a sustainable manner. In order to ensure long-term, viable development and profit, the company balances environmental, social and financial objectives, and integrates them into its daily business activities and decisions.

Sustainable development is a development that meets today’s requirements without destroying the opportunities for future generations to fulfil their own needs. Sustainability stands in other words for future viability. To Prosafe, this means that we will balance economic, environmental and social objectives and integrate them into our daily business activities and decisions in order to ensure long-term, viable development and profit.

We comply with governmental laws and rules and regulations applicable to our business. In addition, we are committed to operating in accordance with responsible, ethical, sound business principles.

Our Sustainability Policy draws on the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the key conventions of the International Labour Organisation, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the principles of the United Nations Global Compact.

The objectives for sustainable business conduct are based on the company’s strategy, core values, Code of Conduct and principles for corporate governance, in addition to international recognised principles and guidelines.

We believe that excellence in social responsibility will give us a competitive advantage and will contribute to our long-term success. It helps the company attract and retain the best people and maintain successful working relationships with clients, suppliers and authorities. It also enables Prosafe to build goodwill and to support the countries in which we have operations.

Our corporate citizenship is built on transparency, stakeholder dialogue and integrity in the conduct of our business. We will ensure that our stakeholders at all times are in possession of correct, clear and timely information about the company’s operations and condition. Dialogue with stakeholders is essential for identifying risk, creating realistic expectations and securing confidence in the company.

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