The overarching ambition for Coor’s work with sustainability is expressed in a group-wide sustainability policy, working as a comprehensive agenda for the entire company. The content in Coor’s sustainability policy can be concluded in the following headlines:
- Coor will conduct environmentally sustainable, professional and safe operations
- Coor will be a responsible and stimulating employer
- Coor should develop stably and profitably through a good, ethical and moral approach
- Coor takes responsibility for suppliers
- Coor will provide correct and relevant information
Sustainability policy (document)
Sustainability at Coor
Coor takes a far-reaching responsibility for its own business and the effect it has on society and the environment as a whole, as well as on Coor’s customer’s operations. Coor’s work with sustainability is conducted through an economical/business ethical, social and environmental segment. By actively working in a structured manner with a number of issues within these three areas Coor contributes to a stable and sustainable development over time.
Business responsibility – for long-term economical sustainability
Coor takes responsibility for a stable and profitable growth over time as well as applying sound business ethics. Providing safety for Coor’s owners, customers, suppliers and employees ensuring they can rely on the company’s stable development.
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Social responsibility – for long-term social sustainability
Coor contributes to a better society by being a responsible and stimulating employer and by actively influencing its suppliers to do the same.
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Environmental responsibility - for long-term ecological sustainability
Coor’s environmental responsibility includes constantly attempting to reduce the company’s own environmental impact, by partly influencing customers to do the same as well as assisting them in their work with environmental sustainability. Coor’s responsible actions are reflected in the demands put on its suppliers.
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Far-reaching responsibility that extends to suppliers
Coor also assumes responsibility for the services the company delivers through subcontractors, and accordingly sets high standards for them, as well as major suppliers. When entering supplier agreements, Coor evaluates its suppliers thoroughly based on their technical, financial and organizational capacity, and their overall delivery capacity. Coor also verifies that the subcontractor can satisfy Coor's environmental policy and its Code of Conduct. After the contract is signed Coor monitors that the deliveries fulfill the demands initially made prior to signing.