DANSANI's Code of Conduct is a set of rules governing the collaboration between DANSANI and our suppliers. The rules are intended to ensure that all our products are manufactured in such a way that we meet our goal of acting responsibly towards all groups of stakeholders.
We strive to establish a long-term partnership with our suppliers to our mutual benefit. When we enter into agreements, constructive dialogue with the suppliers is part of the process.
DANSANI recognises UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the eight core conventions of the International Labor Organization governing fundamental employee rights (1998). Our Code of Conduct is based on these international standards and we expect our suppliers to comply with them.
DANSANI also recognises the guidelines and recommendations of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and, other things being equal, we therefore prefer suppliers from countries which are members of WTO.
Employees - human rights and employee rights
The requirements in our Code of Conduct are based on the core conventions in ILO's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
- All suppliers to the DANSANI group must ensure a safe and healthy working environment for all employees.
- Employees must have the freedom to join a union and the right to collective bargaining in accordance with applicable laws.
- The generally applicable national or local employment laws shall apply to the employees.
- The working hours shall be mutually agreed between the company and the employees.
- In companies with organised unions, the working hours should be defined through collective agreement.
- All children have the right to a childhood and to an education.
- Suppliers shall ensure that their company does not employ children under the age of 15 or children who should be in compulsory education.
- Where national legislation allows, children aged between 12 and 15 may carry out light work for a few hours a day, provided that it is neither likely to harm their physical or mental health and development nor prevents them from attending school.
- The DANSANI group does not work with suppliers who discriminate.
- The DANSANI group does not work with suppliers who use forced labour.
- Dansani's goal is for all suppliers outside the EU to confirm that they are familiar with and comply with our Code of Conduct. At the same time, we strive to conduct and document audits on suppliers outside the EU.
Dansani's goal is for all suppliers outside the EU to confirm that they are familiar with and comply with our Code of Conduct. At the same time, we strive to conduct and document audits on suppliers outside the EU.