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We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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We operate in more than 50 countries around the world. If your country is not on the list, please refer to our global contacts.

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Responsibility
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UK Modern Slavery Act

ISS A/S presents its annual UK Modern Slavery Act Transparency Statement for the year ending 2016 in the Corporate Responsibility Report 2016

We remain committed in our support of the United Nations (UN) Global Compact as we have been since 1999. We continuously align our strategy and operations with the ten principles of the UN framework. During the last two years, we have specifically focused on strengthening our due diligence systems in order to implement the ‘Protect, respect and remedy’ framework in accordance with UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

Our policy is to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in any part of our business and in any part of our supply chain. This is consistent with our Code of Conduct, Corporate Responsibility Policy, our Supplier Code of Conduct and our Global People Standards.

Our Global People Standards cover, among other areas, Pre-employment checks, forced and compulsory labour, and child labour. We conduct internal audits to verify our Standards to manage these risks. We recognise that certain categories of our supply chain carry a higher risk of child or slave labour and we therefore require self-assessments and carry out audits to verify labour standards and performance.

ISS has adopted a Speak Up Policy to make it possible for employees of ISS, business partners and other stakeholders to report any serious and sensitive concerns in a secure and confidential way. We encourage the reporting of serious and sensitive concerns that could have an adverse impact on the operations and performance of the business of ISS, and which, due to the nature of the concern, cannot be reported through the normal reporting lines.  

The nature of concern includes activities, which otherwise by law, treaty or agreement amount to serious improper conduct (for example discriminatory practices, sexual harassment, use of child labour, human rights violations).  Our Speak up contact details are widely communicated across the business and supply chain and are made available on our website.

Contact

Joseph Nazareth
Joseph Nazareth
Group Vice President
Group Health, Safety & Environment
and Corporate Responsibility
 
Tel: +45 38 17 00 00

CR Report 2016

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Our CR Report 2016 as per section 99a of the Danish Financial Statements Act presents our approach to CR, Governance, initiatives in People, Planet and Profit.

Read our CR Report 2016 here