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Grieg Group aims to be recognized by high standards for health and safety, environment and ethics. As part of an active, international business environment, the Grieg Group accepts a particular responsibility for ethical awareness. The objective of our ethical guidelines is to state the requirements for business practice and personal behavior.

Grieg Group aims to be recognized by high standards for health and safety, environment and ethics

Our ethical guidelines are developed with the intention to be a tool to maintain a high ethical standard relative to Norwegian circumstances, and at the same time give clear guidance when our employees dilemmas are in conflict with other management- and business cultures. Personal and business conduct must be well within the intentions of the principles outlined.

The guidelines are based on simple principles of transparency and reporting. As an alternative to writing a complex set of detailed rules, we instruct our employees to document and report to superiors when facing corruption, facility payments and other situations that challenge ethical principles. This contributes to an internal discussion of difficult subjects and thus maintaining an ethical awareness.