Our Sustainability Code provides a foundation of principles from which we work and from which we also expect our suppliers and contractors to work. Our requirements are aligned with internationally accepted guidelines, including ISO 26000 (Guidance on Social Responsibility) and the UN Global Compact’s principles on human rights, labour, environmental protection and anti-corruption. BSI has a zero-tolerance approach to slavery, servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking (modern slavery).
All queries or concerns relating to the Code should be addressed, in the first instance, to your BSI contact or to firstname.lastname@example.org A confidential and independent whistleblowing telephone service is also available for employees, business partners and other individuals outside BSI to report anonymously any practices they consider to be in breach of BSI’s Sustainability Code.
- Contact Safecall, BSI’s independent and confidential whistleblowing service provider.