供应商行为准则

拉豪集团可持续采购简介:
   拉豪集团致力于为其所有利益相关者创造价值。可持续发展原则是我们经营战略不可或缺的部分,该原则包括价值创造、可持续性的环境效益以及企业社会责任。
   我们可持续发展的途径包括如何与供应商进行合作。
   拉豪集团的可持续采购是基于联合国全球契约的标准。
   我们将可持续发展融入我们的采购战略、日常运作及与供应商的关系中去。对于健康&安全、社会责任以及供应链环境中的风险,我们公司都必须识别、预防和管理。

我们对供应商的承诺
   拉豪集团寻求与那些致力于可持续发展的供应商建立长期关系。我们的目标是与供应商建立伙伴关系,为本集团和我们的客户提供有价值的采购,并展示负责任的供应链管理。
   1、商业行为:当执行采购职责时,拉豪集团的所有员工都会与供应商分享我们公司在法律、伦理和道德上的高标准承诺。涉及到采购活动中的礼节、利益冲突、腐败、竞争法和机密信息等领域,我们内部设置了一套相应的行为准则。拉豪集团鼓励员工不断地思考和讨论道德行为问题。
   2、类别化管理和供应商关系管理:拉豪已建立一套方法来进行类别化管理,指导与供应商的关系。根据我们的政策和价值观,这些准则确保了一个公平、竞争和透明的谈判过程。

我们对供应商的期望
   拉豪致力于达到社会、环境和健康&安全的高标准,我们希望我们的供应商也能做到:供应商必须遵守当地和国家的法律法规。此外,我们希望供应商遵循以下标准。
   1、健康与安全:供应商应为其员工及承包商提供一个安全健康的工作场所。供应商必须遵守当地和国家在职业健康与安全方面的法律法规,并持有当地和国家机构授予的执照、许可证和权限。供应商必须有健康与安全方面的政策和/或程序的书面说明.并有合适的安全设施及设备。在健康与安全上被认定为中度到高度风险的供应商应采取行动,并提供持续的改进措施以达到一个被认可的健康与安全管理体系。若在拉豪公司的场所,供应商须完全遵守拉豪的政策与方针。
   2、安保:供应商应确保其所有必要的安全措施安排到位,以保护在他们的场所工作的员工与承包商以及他们的财产,尤其是在冲突地区。特别是,供应商应准备有一个可操作的危机管理政策,能够及时有效的应对突发事件。
   3、工作条件:供应商应提供公平和体面的工作条件。员工工资不得低于国家法律规定的地方产业工资或最低工资标准,两者哪个更高是以国家法律标准中的社会保障计划为准。若一个国家没有实行法律最低工资标准,那么,公平和体面的工作条件意味着供应商应在考虑国家的工资水平、生活成本、社会保障福利和相应生活水平的情况下,支付工人工资。
   4、结社自由与非报复:供应商不得干涉工人的结社自由。若员工代表行使员工权利、提交申诉、参加工会活动或举报涉嫌违法行为,雇主不得采取歧视或终止合同的行为来进行报复。
   5、强迫劳工:供应商不得以惩罚来、威胁员工进行非自愿的工作,包括强迫加班、贩卖人口、债务奴役.监狱里的强制劳动.奴隶或奴役。供应商不得扣留外地工人的身份证件。
   6、童工:供应商不得雇用仍在强制教育年龄的儿童。小于18岁或低于法定年龄的儿童不得雇用。
   7、不歧视:与雇佣相关的决定应基于相应的客观标准。供应商不应以以下原因对员工区别对待,这些原因包括但不限于:年龄,残疾、性别,性倾向、政治或其他意见,种族或社会出身或宗教。与雇佣相关的决定包括,但不限于:招聘,晋升,下岗和再分配的工人,培训和技能的发展,健康和安全,与工作条件相关的政策,如工作时间和报酬。
   8、环境规范的遵守:供应商应尊重和遵守所有级别(地方、国家和国际)的环境法规要求。他们从事的所有活动,都要求有环境许可和执照,并为如何预防环境挑战提供支持。
   9、环境影响的管理:供应商应心怀敬意的对环境的影响进行系统地管理,但不限于:能源,水,废物,化学品,空气污染和生物多样性,并设定目标以减少这种影响。对环境具有高度影响的供应商应采取行动并证明对公认的环境管理体系进行了持续改进。
   10、贿赂和腐败:供立商应遵守所有适用于反腐败的法律法规,即对任何形式的贿赂、贪污、敲诈和侵吞公款采取零容忍的政策。特别是,供应商不得对处理业务的客户和政府官员实施贿赂或进行任何其他诱导(包括回扣、便利支付,过多的送礼和招待,资助或赠送),我们期望供应商的所有业务交易都是透明的,并且这些交易应准确反映在他们的营业账簿和记录中。供应商不得雇用第三方来帮助他们从事不允许做的事,如行賄。
   11、竞争法:供应商应遵守与拉豪签订的合同中所体现的所有适用的竞争法,为此.对任何形式违反该规则的行为采取零容忍政策。特别是.供应商不得尝试将任何违反竞争法的条件加入与拉豪签订的合同协议中去。供立商也应采取所有必要的预防措施以避免将任何与拉豪集团供应关系的商业敏感信息泄露给第三方,反之亦然。

约定条件
   本守则适用于拉豪集团的所有供应商,并可传达给潜在的和现有的供应商,作为认证过程的一部分,对新的供应商应进行评估以确保符合本文件规定的标准。以商品和服务交付时的潜在可持续性风险,及与拉豪集团的关系为基础,来优先评估目前的供应商。
   由当地采购部门决定,对优先供应商以自我评估、调查或审核的形式进行定期风险评估。拉豪集团给供应商提供如何满足我们的期望以及如何进行评估的指导。
   当供应商不能满足我们的要求时,我们将要求供应商在规定的时间内(取决于问题的严重程度)建立纠正行动计划并监督进展。拉豪集团可能支持供应商的自我发展和改进。多次故意违反本守则并拒绝执行改进计划的供应商,拉豪将可能终上与其合作关系。在投标过程中拉豪有权排除不遵守地方、国家或国际法律法规的供应商。



供应商信函

供应商商业道德行为准则

尊敬的供应商,

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   最近我们发起了2030计划,通过给我们的愿景设定清晰的目标和制定超出我们日常业务活动范围之外的行动方案,来帮助我们实现可持续发展这一宏伟目标。

   在这一背景下,我们发布了供应商商业道德行为准则,定义了在可持续性发展方面对供应商的全球统一标准和要求。在此我们分享此准则给您。

   供应商商业道德行为准则来源于联合国全球契约原则和经济合作发展组织准则。

   拉豪集团和bwin手机版bwin 必赢网站要求所有供应商在环境保护、健康安全,以及社会责任方面满足一定标准,并通过供应商审核流程评估其合规性。

   拉豪集团和bwin手机版bwin 必赢网站要求所有供应商必须遵守供应商道德行为准则。

   我们十分重视和供应商的合作关系并依赖大家的持续参与和支持以确保我们实现2030计划中的可持续发展目标。我们坚信供应商的可持续发展合规性将加强我们的业务合作关系并帮助我们建立更可持续的工作环境。

敬启,

樊华               李叶青
首席采购管          总裁&首席执行官



Acting for responsible sourcing in our supply chain Code of Buiness Conduct for Suppliers
Introduction to Sustainable Procurement at LafargeHolcim:
   LafargeHolcim is committed to creating value for all its stakeholders. The principles of sustainable development – value creation, sustainable environmental performance and corporate social responsibility - are integral to our business strategy.
   Our approach to sustainable development includes how we work with our Suppliers .
   Sustainable procurement at LafargeHolcim is based on the standards enshrined in the United Nations Global Compact.
   We integrate sustainable development into our procurement strategy, our day-to-day operations and relationships with Suppliers. All LafargeHolcim group companies are required to identify, prevent and manage risks pertaining to Health and Safety (H &S), social responsibility and environment in their supply chain.

Our Commitment to Suppliers
   LafargeHolcim seeks to engage in long-term relationships with Suppliers that are committed to sustainable development. Our goal is to partner with Suppliers to deliver value-for-cost procurement for the Group and our customers, and to demonstrate responsible supply chain management.
   1.Business Conduct:When carrying out procurement duties and responsibilities, all LafargeHolcim employees are expected to share with Suppliers the company's commitments to high legal, ethical and moral standards.Our internal guidance sets norms of behavior in procurement activities in the areas of courtesies, conflict of interest, corruption, competition law and confidential information. LafargeHolcim employees are encouraged to continually consider and discuss issues of ethical behavior.
   2.Category Management and Supplier Relationship Management: LafargeHolcim has established methodologies to conduct category management and to guide relationships with Suppliers. These guidelines ensure a fair, competitive and transparent negotiation process, according to our policies and value
Our Expectations of Suppliers:
   LafargeHolcim is committed to meeting high social, environmental, and H & S standards and we expect our Suppliers to do likewise. Suppliers must comply with local and national laws and regulations. Furthermore,we expect Suppliers to adhere to the following standards.

Health & Safety and Security
   1.Health and Safety :Suppliers shall provide a safe and healthy work place for their employees and contractors. Suppliers must be compliant with local and national laws and regulations on occupational Health and Safety (H & S), and have the required permits, licenses and permissions granted by local and national authorities.Suppliers must have documented health and safety policies and/or procedures in place together with appropriate safety infrastructure and equipment.Suppliers identified as being moderate to high risk for H & S shall take action and bring proof of continuous improvement towards a recognized H & S management system in place. When on LafargeHolcim sites, Suppliers must comply fully with applicable LafargeHolcim policies and directives.
   2.Security :Suppliers shall ensure that all necessary security arrangements are in place to protect their employees, contractors performing work at their sites, as well as their assets, especially in areas of conflict.In particular, suppliers are expected to have an actionable crisis management policy in place to be able to respond to emergencies timely and efficiently.
   3.working conditions :Suppliers shall up hold fair and decent working conditions. Workers shall be paid at least the local industry rate or minimum wage stipulated by national law, whichever is higher, and benefit from social security schemes according to national legal standards. Should there be no legal minimum wage in the country of operation, fair and decent conditions imply suppliers shall pay their workers considering the general level of wages in the country, the cost of living, social security benefits and the relative living standards.
   4.Freedom of Association and Non-retaliation :Suppliers shall not interfere with worker's freedom of association. Employee representatives shall not be subject to discrimination or termination of contract in retaliation for exercising employee rights, submitting grievances,participating in union activities, or reporting suspected legal violations.
   5.Forced Labor :Suppliers shall not use work that is performed involuntarily under threat of penalty, including forced overtime, human trafficking, debt bondage, forced prison labor, slavery or servitude. Suppliers shall not withhold migrants' workers' identification documents.
   6.Child Labor :Suppliers shall not employ children at an age where education is still compulsory.Children under the age of 18 or below the legal minimum age, shall not be employed.
   7.Non-discrimination :Employment-related decisions shall be based on relevant and objective criteria. Suppliers shall make no distinctions on grounds including, but not limited to: age, disability, gender, sexual orientation,political or other opinion, ethnic or social origin or religion.
   8.Employment-related :decisions include, but are not limited to: hiring, promotion, lay-off and relocation of workers, training and skills development, health and safety, any policy related to working conditions like working hours and remuneration.Environmental Regulatory Compliance Suppliers shall respect and comply with environmental regulatory requirements on all levels (local, national and international). In all their activities, they shall be covered by required environmental permits and licenses, and support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges.
   9.Management of Environmental Impacts :Suppliers shall systematically manage their environmental impacts with respect, but not limited to: energy, water, waste, chemicals, air pollution and biodiversity and set objectives and targets to reduce such impacts. Suppliers identified as having a high environmental impact shall take action and demonstrate proof of continuous improvement towards having a recognized Environmental Management System in place.
   10.Bribery and Corruption :Suppliers shall comply with all applicable anti-corruption laws and regulations and,to this effect, have a zero tolerance policy towards any form of bribery, corruption,extortion and embezzlement. In particular, Suppliers shall not pay bribes or make any other inducement (including kickbacks,facilitation payments, excessive gifts and hospitality, grants or donations) in relation to their business dealings with customers and public officials. Suppliers are expected to perform all business dealings transparently and these dealings shall be accurately reflected on their business books and records. Suppliers shall not hire third parties do something they are not allowed to do themselves, like paying bribes.
   11.Competition Laws :Suppliers shall comply with all applicable competition laws in the performance of their contract with LafargeHolcim and, to this effect, have a zero tolerance policy towards any form of violation of such rules. Suppliers shall not, in particular, attempt to introduce in their contractual agreements with LafargeHolcim any conditions that would be in breach of competition laws. Suppliers are also expected to take all necessary precautions in order to avoid the disclosure of any commercially sensitive information about their supply relationship with LafargeHolcim to third parties and vice versa. 

Terms of Engagement
   This Code of Conduct applies to all LafargeHolcim Suppliers and it is communicated to potential and existing Suppliers. As part of the qualification process new suppliers should be assessed to ensure adherence to the standards stipulated in this document. Current Suppliers are prioritized for assessment based on the potential sustainability risk associated with the goods and services delivered and by their relationships with LafargeHolcim.
   For prioritized Suppliers, LafargeHolcim conducts regular risk evaluation in the form of self-assessments, fact finding or audits, as determined by local procurement functions. LafargeHolcim provides guidelines to Suppliers on how to meet our expectations and on how Suppliers will be evaluated.
   When a Supplier does not meet our requirements, corrective action plans are to be established within a specified time-frame (depending on the severity of the issue) and LafargeHolcim will monitor progress. LafargeHolcim may support Suppliers in developing their capabilities and improving their performance.LafargeHolcim may terminate the relationship with Suppliers that repeatedly and knowingly violate the present Code of Conduct and refuse to implement improvement plans. During the tendering process LafargeHolcim reserves the right to exclude Suppliers that are not compliant with local, national or international laws or regulations.



Supplier Letter

Acting for responsible sourcing in our supply chain Code of Buiness Conduct for Suppliers

Dear Supplier ,

   LafargeHolcim wants to help transform the way our industry works and to encourage the whole construction sector to play its full part in addressing our planet's biggest issues.

   We recently launched our 2030 Plan to help us achieve our sustainability ambitions by setting our vision with clear targets and an agenda for action that goes beyond our business activities.

   Within this context, we have issued a Supplier Code of Conduct defining the global standards required for suppliers with regard to sustainability. With this mail, we share a copy of the Code with you.

   The Code of Conduct embraces the United Nation Global Compact Principles and the OECD Guidelines.
   LafargeHolcim requires that all suppliers fulfill certain standards on environment, health and safety and social responsibility with compliance assessed via a pre-qualification process.


   All our suppliers are required to adhere to the standards stipulated in the Supplier Code of Conduct.

   We value our relationship with our suppliers and rely on their continued participation and support to ensure we deliver on our Sustainability Ambitions and Targets committed in our 2030 Plan. We strongly believe that supplier's sustainability compliance will enhance our business relationship and help us build a more sustainable work environment.

Yours sincerely,

Fan Hua       Li Yeqin
CPO          CEO