Code of Conduct

Peab strives to create added value for customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders while contributing to sustainable social development. To achieve this, we work actively with climate and environmental measures and a strong social commitment, anchored through a locally-produced Community Building. We care about good business ethics and strive for long-term and trusting relationships. The Code of Conduct provides guidance by describing our values and the requirements we have for employees. As the Nordic Community Builder, we take responsibility by making continual improvements.

About the Code of Conduct

The foundation for the Code of Conduct is comprised of Peab’s core values, which provide guidance in all we do. Peab has signed the UN Global Compact, and the Code of Conduct is based on its 10 principles in the areas of human rights, labour legislation, the environment and anti-corruption. The principles of the Code of Conduct are also based on the UN’s Universal Declaration of  Human Rights, the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development and the ILO’s fundamental conventions concerning rights at work.

Peab's code is adopted by the Board of Directors each year in conjunction with the board meeting dealing with the year-end report.

Code of Conduct (pdf)

Core values

Peab’s organization is built on our shared four core values, Down-to-earth, Developing, Personal and Reliable, that permeate every aspect of our business. We continually develop our business and personnel based on this foundation.

Peab's whistleblowing service

Peab strives to maintain a transparent business climate and high business ethics. We value the safety and respect of everyone affected by our business.

Our whistleblowing service gives everyone an opportunity to report suspicions of anything not in line with Peab's values and policies.

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