We are operating in a framework defined by our Code of Conduct, which is binding for all employees. This is complemented by the Global Social Policy. Both – like our Values for the Environment, Safety, Health and Quality – stand for ethical-based business behaviour.
We promote the acceptance and implementation of these policies by all employees through Group-wide trainings.
By joining the Global Compact, we have committed ourselves to implement the Ten Principles of the Global Compact. They relate to human and labor rights, as well as preventive environmental protection and measures against corruption.
In addition, Evonik is committed to comply with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the International Labour Organization's (ILO) Core Labor Standards.
Evonik does not tolerate any conduct that violates these policies and obligations and also expects its suppliers to comply with these principles.
Code of Conduct for Evonik Employees
Our Code of Conduct is summarizing general principles and obligations which all employees have to observe.
Global Social Policy
The Global Social Policy is committing the company and all employees to observe human rights, the core labor standards of the International Labor Organisation and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
Values for the Environment, Safety, Health and Quality
Protecting people and the environment, treating our partners fairly and focussing on the needs of our customers.
Policy Statement on Human Rights
Stipulates our human rights expectations of personnel, business partners and other parties.
Code of Conduct for Suppliers
Hereby we express our expectations to our suppliers.
EXTERNAL COMMITMENTS AND MEMBERSHIPS
UN Global Compact
We are integrating the 10 principles of the Global Compact in our businesses. The principles comprise human rights, labor rights, precautionary environmental protection and fighting corruption.
Responsible Care is a worldwide intiative of the chemical industry to bring about a continuous improvement in environmental protection, safety and health.
This a joint inititative of the German Chemical Industry Association (VCI), the German Mining, Chemical and Energy Industrial Union (IG BCE), and the German Chemical Industry Employers’s Federation (BAVC) to drive forward sustainable development.