HSEQ & VALUES
Quality, HSE and environment
It is the policy of Glassfiber Produkter AS to meet all requirements from interested parties, applicable legal and statutory requirements, and codes of practice, including ISO 9001:2015.
The documented quality management system of Glassfiber Produkter AS covers:
- The supply of fiberglass / composite products and the provision of related consulting services
- The supply of commercial sector products
- The general business of Stangeland Glassfiber Produkter AS
We seek to continually improve the effectiveness of the Quality Management System, by proposing actions to improve our existing quality objectives and establish new objectives, wherever our system may benefit from doing so.
Product and delivery performance is reviewed via data collected from service returns, client response and feedback, suppliers and manufacturers testing and development. Wherever practical we will investigate with our suppliers to provide improved products and services.
Health, Safety and Working Environment
Zero damage to material and people is our overall goal.
It is the policy of Glassfiber Produkter AS to ensure that all work is carried out with careful regard and due consideration to the employees’ health, safety, working environment.
We ensure this by continuously evaluating risk and opportunities using best practice principles, and implement and maintain health, safety, and environmental procedures for support.
It is the policy of Glassfiber Produkter AS to reduce the amount of waste and optimize use
of resources, prevent pollution, and reduce negative impact on the environment.
We manage this by:
- evaluating operations and ensuring they are as efficient as possible to minimise waste
- selecting the most environmentally sound transportation solutions
- monitor and report on use of resources and waste management
- ensures that our suppliers adhere to the same standards
- we challenge the waste industry to focus on recycling
- being engaged in the work to improve the reuse and recycling of fiberglass, through membership in interest organisations and being a driving force behind the waste industry
Code of conduct
Glassfiber Produkter AS(GP)will ensure that the company is correctly and well managed, and will always uphold the highest standards of integrity, honesty, openness and professionalism. GP is committed to truth and fair dealing, independence, competence and accountability in order to deliver quality, value for money-service to customers.
These GP principles form the basis for our operating structure, policies and core processes, and these standards are required and expected of all GP employees, suppliers, partners, agents and consultants.
GP will always comply fully with Norwegian law and regulations, relevant international laws and statutory requirements. Every GP employee will exercise all reasonable professional skill and care in their work and recognise the rights and sensitivities of other individuals, both within the company and outside.
Corrupt practices will not be tolerated,and all commercial transactions will be properly and accurately recorded. GP is a socially responsible company, and we will involve our employees in the planning and direction of work. We fully respect the human rights of our employees and will ensure equal opportunity through promotion and development of the skills of those we employ, this will always be supported by competitive terms and conditions and safe work practices.
GP believes that being actively responsible for all stakeholder interests contributes significantly to our business success based on improved customer satisfaction, greater commitment on the part of our employees, and an enhanced reputation in the community at large.
Annual review and revision of the company’s due diligence assessments in the board and management review. Here, we evaluate both internal risk and risk in the supply chain.
We evaluate all new suppliers against the risk determined in the management review. Critical suppliers receive an evaluation form along with our own Code of Conduct outlining our expectations. Based on the feedback, we may conduct additional specified evaluations and, ultimately, possibly revise locally at the supplier’s location.
Annual review of critical suppliers
The annual review evaluates the experiences we have had during the period and summarizes any events we have observed.
Detection and corrective actions
If suspicions or clear violations of fundamental human rights and decent working conditions are discovered in operations, we make contact and do what we can, using our influence, to get the responsible party to change behavior or rectify the situation.
Status for the last period
We have not recorded any incidents or indications of clear violations of fundamental human rights and decent working conditions in the last period.
Bjørn Tore Lien