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Responsible Code of Conduct and Policies  

Promoting responsibility and responsible way of operating are part of each Raisio employee’s work. Raisio’s vision and strategy guide Raisio’s responsibility work and its priorities are defined in our Materiality Assessment. In addition, Raisio follows principles and policies defining responsible practices.  

Raisio Group Code of Conduct

Quality, Environment, Health and Safety Policy 

Raisio Group Supplier Code of Conduct

Raisio’s Privacy Statement

Raisio’s Disclosure Policy

Raisio Code of Conduct applies to all the Group's operations, employees, management, Board of Directors and Supervisory Board. Raisio Code of Conduct guides our day-to-day work and sets a foundation for profitable and responsible operations.

Raisio is committed to the UN Global Compact’s sustainability initiative and its ten principles concerning human rights, labour practices, environment and corruption.

In addition, Raisio has internal guidelines on anti-corruption and avoidance of conflict of interests. 

Consultation related to the ethics and legality of operations

Ethical conduct is defined in the Raisio Code of Conduct on which the company organises staff training regularly. Online training on the Raisio Code of Conduct, available in three languages, is mandatory for everyone working at Raisio. At the end of 2018, 79 per cent of the staff had completed the training. 

In the issues related to ethical and legal conduct, Raisio’s employee can have support primarily from his/her own superior and the company’s legal department.

Raisio has clear instructions for reporting abuse. The staff can report suspected or actual misconduct to the immediate superior or his/her superior. Employees can also report their suspicions of misconduct using a separate e-mail address; all the reports are investigated with absolute confidentiality, taking into account the requirements of local legislation.