Labrador CMS Code of Conduct

The newly released Code of Conduct outlines Labrador CMS's commitment to ethical practices, environmental responsibility, and respect for individual and community rights.

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1. Introduction

This Code of Conduct outlines the ethical and legal standards expected of all employees and business units at Labrador CMS. It is designed to guide our daily operations and strategic decisions, ensuring we operate with integrity and respect for individual and community rights.

2. Compliance with Legislation

Labrador CMS commits to adhering to all national and international laws applicable to our operations. In cases of conflict between our internal guidelines and legal requirements, the stricter standard will apply.

3. Employment Practices

We are committed to fair labor practices, including the prohibition of forced labor and discrimination of any kind. Our workplace policies support freedom of association, collective bargaining, and ensure all employees are treated with dignity.

4. Environmental Responsibility

We strive to minimize our environmental impact and maintain compliance with environmental laws. Our commitment extends to promoting sustainability in our operations and reducing our ecological footprint.

5. Conflict of Interest

Employees must avoid any personal, financial, or other interests that might hinder their capacity to perform their work objectively and effectively.

6. Anti-Corruption and Bribery

Strict policies are in place to prevent acts of corruption and bribery. All business dealings must be transparent and conducted with the highest level of integrity.

7. Freedom of Expression

We respect and support the right to freedom of expression while expecting all communications to be conducted respectfully and professionally.

8. Whistleblower Policy

Employees are encouraged to report any suspicious or unethical behavior through our whistleblower scheme at Reports can be made anonymously and will be handled with utmost confidentiality.

9. Data Protection

Adherence to GDPR and other relevant data protection laws is mandatory, ensuring the privacy and security of all personal data under our stewardship.

10. Violation Consequences

Non-compliance with this Code can lead to disciplinary action, including termination of employment. All employees are expected to understand and comply with this Code fully.

11. Contact Information

For questions or further information about our Code of Conduct, please contact

12. Implementation and Review

This Code is immediately effective and subject to an annual review to ensure relevance and effectiveness. Employees are required to acknowledge their understanding and commitment to this Code annually.

13. Engagement in Restrictive Jurisdictions

We assess the human rights conditions in the countries where we operate, particularly focusing on freedom of speech and press. We exercise caution and develop strategic plans to mitigate potential impacts in restrictive jurisdictions. Transparency in our operations and proactive support for press freedom are integral to our approach in these regions.

Last updated 6th of may 2024.

Jan Thoresen

CEO Labrador CMS