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Code of Conduct

Ulstein's Codes of Conduct for employees and partners in the maritime supply industry emphasize ethics, integrity, and respect in all business practices.

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The significance of Ulstein's Codes of Conduct

Our codes of conduct ensure that everyone at Ulstein, from our internal team to our extensive network of partners, upholds internationally recognised human rights and commits to maintaining appropriate work conditions.

For our employees 

The employee code of conduct guides our staff towards decisions that mirror our ethical principles. It sets clear expectations for professional conduct, fostering a workplace culture grounded in respect, fairness, and integrity.

Read our employee code of conduct.

For our business partners

The business partner code of conduct extends these values across our supply chain. We aim to forge lasting relationships with partners who align with our vision of an ethical, transparent, and socially responsible maritime supply industry. Acceptance of our code of conduct is a prerequisite for us to be working together. 

Read our business partner code of conduct.


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Towards a sustainable maritime future

Our vision is to create tomorrow’s solutions for sustainable marine operations. We care for the natural environment and the society we are a part of, and sustainable growth is at the core of what we do. We have been around for 100 years, and we aim to keep going for generations to come.

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QHSE policy

We are a long-term partner working to ensure future competitiveness and sustainable growth. 

Ulstein has a set of principles and guidelines to ensure the safety and health of our employees and those visiting us, protect the environment, and maintain the quality of our products and services.

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Transparency Act

The Norwegian Transparency Act mandates large Norwegian companies and their subsidiaries to respect human rights and decent working conditions, allowing public requests for information on their impact.