Borealis Ethics Policy
The Borealis Ethics Policy outlines the company's principles of ethical business conduct and provides guidelines for its employees. The main areas covered by the Ethics Policy are ethical principles, anti-corruption, business and personal integrity, compliance with competition laws, and data privacy.
Main Compliance Areas
We are strongly committed to conduct our business responsibly and based on integrity and honesty.
Internal Compliance & Ethics Governance
Compliance and Ethics Department
Borealis’ Compliance and Ethics Department is responsible for compliance management, awareness promotion, and the investigation and remediation of ethical misconduct.
Borealis Ethics Ambassador Programme
Borealis has a network of more than 80 Ethics Ambassadors globally, to promote and improve the ethical culture across all of its locations’ business segments. Ethics Ambassadors are strongly committed and thoroughly trained in ethics. They are in close contact with the Compliance and Ethics Department and serve as a local contact person for ethics-related questions.
Borealis maintains an Ethics Council that consists of senior representatives from each Executive Area. The Ethics Council is responsible for fostering a consistent ethics culture within the group and is authorised to approve disciplinary action for unethical behaviour, sponsorships, and possible conflicts of interest.
Questions or concerns? Please contact the Borealis Ethics Hotline.