Labour Practices and Human Rights
We are a Norwegian Subsea contractor with a global horizon delivering full EPCI (Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation) services within the area of marine and subsea operations.
Havfram has a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking , which is underpinned by the following policies:
- Our Employee Code of Conduct makes it clear to all employees the actions and behaviours expected of them when representing Havfram and encourages the highest standards of conduct and ethical behaviour.
- Havfram and committed to dealing with concerns about the Company or supply chains of the Company in an open and responsible manner. Our Whistleblowing Procedure is designed to make it easy for employees to make disclosures without fear or retaliation via our confidential channels.
- Our Supplier Declaration sets out our requirements that suppliers will provide safe working conditions, treat workers with dignity and respect and act ethically and within the law in their use of labour.
Havfram realise that training on modern slavery and human trafficking will increase awareness as well as mitigate risk within the business and our supply chain and will require all procurement and HR staff to complete training on modern slavery. In addition to training the organisation will raise awareness of modern slavery issues though regular email communications with all staff.
We undertake due diligence when taking on new suppliers and regularly review our existing suppliers. Where we use external agencies to provide staff, these agencies are subject to the same procurement due diligence as any other supplier.
Key performance indicators (KPIs) will be developed and applied to measure our effectiveness of our compliance with the Modern Slavery Act and will include that all supply chain and HR professionals have completed training on modern slavery and a review of existing supply chains whereby the organisation evaluates all existing suppliers takes place.
For and behalf of Havfram,
Ingrid Due-Gundersen, Group CEO Havfram