UN Global Compact
Since 2009 Cramo participates in the United Nations Global Compact; the largest voluntary corporate citizenship in the world. This entails a commitment to actively support the implementation of the United Nations’ fundamental principles in the areas of human rights, labour rights, environmental sustainability and anti-corruption.
Within the frame of the UN Global Compact Cramo has formed its Code of Conduct for all employees.
The participation is a group level decision but applies to all units in the Cramo Group. The Global Compact serves as a strategic frame work for a structured approach to social responsibility, taking the subsidiaries different starting points in terms of local conditions and experiences into consideration.
Internally, the progress is monitored via the local business planning processes and in internal audits.
Externally, the progress is reported to the Global Compact Office on a yearly basis and made public in the annual report.
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
Our sustainability reporting contains standard disclosures compliant with the new G4 generation of GRI Reporting Guidelines (core level).
The content of the report cover sustainability issues identified as being business critical to our stakeholders. Our prioritized stakeholders are our customers, employees, shareholders, business partners, regulatory authorities, local governments and the EU.
International organization for Standardization (ISO)
We aim to have the most satisfied customers in the industry and a leading market position in our chosen markets. In 2017, we made the decision that all our markets should be certified according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, or similar standards.
In 2021, we continued the work to establish and implement common Group policies, targets, and processes with a focus on quality, environmental improvements, and health and safety.
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 have been implemented in Cramo operational markets in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Lithuania and Norway.
ISO 45001 has been implemented in Sweden, Finland, Estonia, and Lithuania. Norway is due to have the ISO 45001 certification or the like by 2023.