Charter of Fundamental Principles
The Charter of Fundamental Principles reflects the way in which our Group conceives and understands the issues we face: it sets out the values shared by the personnel within the Group and the manner in which we wish to set ourselves apart as a company. The Charter of Fundamental Principles also details the Legrand Group's key principles with respect to risk prevention and the environment and, moreover, forms an integral part of our policy for sustainable development.
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Fair Competition Charter
Healthy and fair competition guarantees the best possible working of the markets and encourages long-term innovation.
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Global Compact participant
In line with the Group's values and the Charter of Fundamental Principles, Legrand's endorsement of the Global Compact is a major part of the Group's social responsibility policy.
The Global Compact is a United Nations initiative which aims to endow world markets with responsible values and practices, to enable all people to benefit from the advantages of globalisation. The Global Compact sets out ten principles concerning the respect of human rights, the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment, the protection of the environment and combating corruption. Click here to find out more.
A recognised transparent process
The performance of the Group's sustainable development process has been recognised by its inclusion in several international indexes that are accepted authorities on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) including:
- ASPI and ETHIBEL Europe indexes
- the ECPI Ethical EMU Equity index
- included in the SAM (Sustainable Asset Management Indexes GmbH) sustainability yearbook
PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT BY RECYCLING YOUR EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING BATTERIES
The Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection is partnering with Lighting Council Australia in a voluntary product stewardship initiative aimed at increasing the recycling rate of end-of-life emergency and exit lighting batteries.
Legrand Australia is a Signatory for the ExitCycle program.
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Australian Packaging Covenant
The Australian Packaging Covenant (APC) is a sustainable packaging initiative which aims to change the culture of business to design more sustainable packaging, increase recycling rates and reduce packaging litter.
Legrand Australia is a Signatory for the Australian Packaging Covenant.
Legrand Australia’s Environmental Policy document outlines Legrand’s philosophy and commitment in Australia and it’s export markets.
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ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 Certification
What is ISO 9001?
ISO 9001 is an international standard that defines the requirements for an effective quality management system. It is based on the plan-do-check-act methodology, which helps organizations establish, implement, monitor and measure their processes to deliver results that align with the organization’s requirements and continually improve performance.
What is ISO 14001?
ISO 14001 is an international standard that specifies the requirements for an effective environmental management system. It provides a framework that an organization can follow to achieve environmental performance results. Integrating it with ISO 9001 further assist Legrand Australia in accomplishing its organizational goals.
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Download our ED-6323424-LEGRAND-9001
Download our ED-6323424-LEGRAND-14001