International ethics codes
Member of important industry organizations
Securitas is a member of important industry organizations, such as International Security Ligue and we have signed their Code of Conduct. We are also a signatory of UN Global Compact.
International Security Ligue
International Security Ligue is one security the central institutions of the security industry.
Security Ligue is an association of private security organizations in the world, represented on all continents, where member companies can exchange ideas and experiences.
The association plays a vital role in defining, establishing and maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards of the private security industry world-wide, for example by striving to develop and implement regulations in order to enhance the professionalism and the quality of the services provided to the security market. The association supports and drives fair competition and compliance of legislation in the global security industry.
International Security Ligue Code of Conduct and Ethics
As a member of the organization, Securitas adopted and signed the Ligue Code of Conduct and Ethics. The Code presents a unified approach and framework for conduct and ethics.
The purpose of the Code is to set a standard for how Ligue members conduct their business and interact with stakeholders to ensure they have a positive influence on society at both a global and local level.
The Code, which builds upon the principles set forth in standards issued by the UN and the OECD, encompasses such topics as human rights, working conditions and the environment.
UN Global Compact
Securitas has been a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact since 2015. By incorporating the UNGC's Ten Principles into our strategies, policies and procedures, and our focus on a culture of integrity, we contribute to protecting both people and planet. These principles are built on labor and human rights set out in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ILO's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and OECD's Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
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