Code of Conduct


The company supports and respects the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

  • The company continuously endeavours to develop and adapt environmentally friendly technologies.
  • The company continuously monitors the observance of laws.
  • Waste, including recyclable waste, is separated according to the local regulations and environmental authorities for recovery or disposal at authorised treatment facilities.
  • Hazardous waste is labelled, stored and disposed of, as instructed by the authorities, at environmentally approved receiving facilities.
  • The company has minimised the use of packaging to the extent possible.
  • The company undertakes initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility.
  • The company seeks to reduce the use of raw materials, water and energy in order to minimise environmental impacts.
A. Health and Safety policy
  • The company engages in targeted and systematic efforts to continuously improve the working environment.
B. Working conditions incl. accidents
  • All steps in production are planned and organised with full consideration for health and safety concerns.
  • If possible risks are eliminated at the source.
  • As far as possible, work is adapted to the individual employee in relation to the construction of the workplace and choice of work equipment as well as work and production methods.
  • Monotonous and repetitive work is limited in order to minimise the health effects of this work.
C. Safe buildings
  • All buildings, facilities, areas etc. to which company employees have access in the course of their work are designed, constructed and used in such a way that they are safe and without risks to the health of the employees.
  • The workplace is designed with consideration for safety and health concerns, based on an assessment of the working environment conditions that may have an effect on physical or psychological health.
  • The workplace is designed so that it is possible to escape and to rescue people in the event of fire and other accidents.
D. Dangerous substances
  • Employees’ working with dangerous substances in the workplace – including manufacturing, storage, use and handling – takes place in a safe manner with minimised health risks.
  • All relevant employees have been trained in using the substance or material.
  • The necessary first aid equipment is available and ready for use.
  • No children under 18 work with dangerous substances.
  • The work in the company poses minimal risks to the deterioration of physical or psychological health.
  • Monotonous, repetitive work, which may be hazardous to physical or psychological health in the short or long term, is avoided or limited.
  • The workplace does not constitute a danger of deterioration of physical or psychological health in the short or long term.
  • Isolated work, which may be hazardous to physical or psychological health, is avoided or limited.
  • The work does not constitute a risk of deterioration of physical or psychological health as a result of bullying, including sexual harassment.
  • None of the company’s employees give or receive unjustified advantages from local or foreign public officials or employees in private companies.
  • No form of extortion or bribery or favouritism to or from employees or organisations will be tolerated.
Securing short-term success should never risk long-term survival. Business sustainability is the ability of firms to respond to their short-term needs without compromising the ability to meet future needs.
Philosophy of Letbek
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