Borregaard strives to prevent all forms of human rights violations, as well as ensure decent working conditions.
Respect for human rights is an important element, both in Borregaard's culture and values (“The Borregaard Way”) and our ethical guidelines (“Code of Conduct” & “Supplier Code of Conduct”). The duty to respect human rights applies not only to our own operations, but also applies to our relations with business partners, suppliers, customers, and others who are influenced by our company’s activities.
We have carried out a due diligence assessment based on OECD's guidelines for multinational companies to map our risk and how this can be minimised, in accordance with The Norwegian Transparency Act (Åpenhetsloven). This assessment will be published as part of Borregaard's annual and sustainability report during the first quarter of 2023.
To get more information about our work around the Norwegian Transparency Act, please contact us by email: email@example.com or by mail:
Borregaard AS, Hjalmar Wessels vei 6,
Postboks 162, 1701 Sarpsborg
Read Borregaard's Code of Conduct here
Read our human rights policy here