Sustainability Report

Policies and voluntary commitments

Our aim is to ensure that all Ensto's employees take social and environmental matters into considerations in their daily work. In order to be successful in this task, we apply a set of policies and principles for maintaining the high standards of our operations. We expect all of our employees to fulfil these commitments in their everyday work.

In 2017 we have renewed Ensto's Quality and Environmental policies to comply with the renewed direction, strategy and values and to comply with the ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 requirements. The two policies have been replaced with one combined policy. Quality and Environmental Management and our values are the foundation of all our operations in Ensto. The meaning of the Policy is to summarize the essential elements of our commitment for Quality and Environmental Management.

We established an e-learning course to Ensto's Employee Code of Conduct. Our Employee Code of Conduct sets out our expectations for employees across the company. We expect all our new employees to complete the course and act accordingly. Naturally, also current employees are expected to follow the rules and guidelines of Employee Code of Conduct.

Besides our own employees, we expect our suppliers to take sustainability and ethical matters into account in all their actions. That is why we have published Supplier Code of Conduct, which is based on the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact. Ensto's suppliers are obligated to implement the principles of the supplier Code of Conduct across their whole operation.


We comply with all national laws and regulations wherever we operate.

Ensto is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, and we are committed to its principles on human rights, environment, labor, and anti-corruption.