Laws and regulations
Lasessor is committed to comply with national and international laws, regulations and commonly accepted principles and procedures in its business operations. The fundamental laws refer to employee rights, occupational safety, equality, individual’s rights, environment, competition and consumer rights, as well as the laws that concern the products and services provided by Lasessor.
The company respects the norms and legal procedures of different cultures in all the countries it operates. Human rights and personnel Lasessor supports and respects international human rights that are defined in the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Act.
The company will not approve working conditions or treatment that are in contradiction with the laws and practices of relevant nations. Lasessor also follows the Rights of the Child as well as the Labor Rights defined by the international labor organization (ILO). Lasessor aims at offering safe work environment to its employees. The company is also committed to contribute equal and fair treatment to its personnel.
Lasessor is committed to act responsively and takes environmental aspects into account when making business decisions. Lasessor strives to develop consumer products that are environmentally advanced and tries to reduce environmental impact during product life-cycles.
Lasessor’s success is tied to the success of Lasessor’s customers. Lasessor operates with a long-term commitment to its customers in order to be able to continuously meet and exceed their expectations. The company wants to be the primary supplier for its current and prospective customers. Lasessor fosters mutual trust and fairness with its business partners.
Lasessor’s suppliers are chosen with care and on the basis of objective factors such as quality, reliability, delivery capacity and price. Also the suppliers are expected to comply with the international Human Rights, the Rights of the Child, Labor Rights (ILO) and environmental laws and practices. In addition, suppliers are expected to follow the national laws in the countries they operate in.