Each brand has a well-defined identity, with a specific values which are reflected in the product offering, features and design, as well as in appropriate communication mechanics.
We remain convinced that our balanced business model, combining profitable growth and a resolutely responsible approach, creates value for all and plays a full part in our contribution to better living in households around the world.
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Because all our products must be made under ethical conditions, our procurement policy is guided by information and control mechanisms. These ensure compliance with ethical, social, and environmental requirements by our suppliers.
This policy includes:
The Responsible Procurement Charter of Groupe SEB, available in 11 languages, derives from the Code of Ethics. In this document, the Group reiterates its requirements regarding the respect for Human Rights and its ethical, social, and environmental principles.
The Charter is shared with all the Group's suppliers for their awareness and signature. It serves as a common reference framework for the Group's Procurement teams, internal stakeholders, and its suppliers.
We conduct ethical, social, and environmental audits of all our suppliers, regardless of the category: raw materials, components, finished products, indirect purchases, and more. The audits are carried out by an external auditing firm (Intertek) using a global audit management tool that ensures real-time and precise monitoring, allowing for comparison of the Group's suppliers' results with those of companies registered in their database (over 32,000 audits). These audits are performed following the WCA (Workplace Condition Assessment) framework, which includes more than 360 control points covering 6 themes (working conditions, wages and hours, health and safety, management systems, environment, and integrity).
The procedure is highly formalized: