Sustainability – an important strategic priority
Sustainability throughout the entire value chain is one of Alligo’s strategic priorities. A structured and conscientious approach to sustainability is key to our remaining relevant for our customers and an attractive employer. This makes us more competitive and ensures we are a well-functioning company.
The business area’s businesses in Sweden and Norway are certified according to ISO 9001:2015 (quality), ISO 14001:2015 (environment) and ISO 45001:2018 (occupational health and safety).
Ten material sustainability issues have been defined for Alligo. These material sustainability issues, as with goals for quality, environment and health & safety, are an integral part of Alligo’s business planning.
ALLIGO’S MATERIAL SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES
- Product quality and safety
- Customer satisfaction
- Transparent sustainability communication and helping customers make sustainable choices
- Diversity and equality
- Work environment and health
- Competence development
- Working conditions and human rights in the supply chain
- Climate impact
- Environmental conditions and chemicals
The business area has adopted a joint Code of Conduct based on the ten principles of the UN Global Compact that adds more detail to the Group’s Code of Conduct. The Code of Conduct contains instructions on how employees, customers, suppliers, partners and other stakeholders should behave. A whistleblowing function is available in the business area.
Alligo is a member of Amfori BSCI, a global corporate initiative that works for responsible supply chains. An initiative that Swedol (and formerly Grolls) has worked with since 2008. Through Amfori, the business area collaborates with other member companies to facilitate the review, follow-up and development of social and environmental conditions in our global supply chain.
We strive to increase knowledge about our products and to help our customers make sustainable and safe choices.