To conduct business openly and honestly, WABCO will avoid conflicts of interest and corruption.
We will obey the law of the countries in which we operate and respect the dignity of every individual.
WABCO builds mutually beneficial relationships with suppliers and service providers. We comply with all regulations and contractual commitments regarding the use of intellectual property and with the law in all jurisdictions in which we do business, including especially any competition law requirement.
WABCO is committed to protecting the environment, respecting human rights and maintaining a safe and friendly workplace, throughout our supply chain.
The information contained within this manual applies throughout WABCO’s Global Sourcing & Purchasing organization to our employees, customers, suppliers and consultants.
WABCO is truthful and forthright about communicating its performance and expects our employees to avoid situations that would compromise their objectivity at work.
WABCO makes every effort to build long term relationships with suppliers and award business to them on the basis of the value they provide to our business or our customers.
When dealing with suppliers, WABCO:
WABCO complies with national and international anti-trust laws in all countries in which we do business and maintain an active global program for educating our employees in compliance with these laws.
WABCO does not participate in conversations or understandings – either formal or informal – with its competitors that involve prices, territories, market share or customers to be served.
WABCO prohibits money laundering and does not make political contributions.
And last but not least, WABCO is committed to providing challenging, meaningful and rewarding opportunities to all employees, regardless of race, religion, colour, nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability.
Should you like to learn more, please visit our webpage where you will find WABCO Code of Conduct.
The Conflict Mineral Policy has been designed to support the humanitarian objective of ending ongoing violence funded by the trade of conflict minerals from the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and surrounding countries ("Conflict Region").
WABCO fully supports U.S. legislation on the supply of conflict minerals, including the rules adopted by Securities Exchange Commission. Conflict minerals include gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten. The U.S Secretary of State may designate other minerals in the future.
WABCO endorses the objectives of the U.S. legislation to address the trade of conflict minerals.
WABCO will not knowingly procure minerals from the Conflict Region unless they are certified as conflict-free by an independent third party.
WABCO is committed to complying with the due diligence requirements to determine the source of conflict minerals used within its products and expects its suppliers to assist with this task.
We expect our suppliers to ensure compliance with U.S. legislation on the supply of conflict minerals, including the rules adopted by Securities Exchange Commission.
Should you like to learn more, please visit our webpage where you will find WABCO Conflict Mineral Policy.
Protection of the environment is an integral part of WABCO’s vision. All of WABCO’s manufacturing plants are certified according to ISO 14001, based on the firm believe that ‘excellence in execution’ will only be achieved by continually improving our environmental performance, including the use of permitted materials, energy conservation and waste reduction.
WABCO implements ISO150001 Energy management at larger locations, to ensure a higher focus on energy conservation and with that, CO2 reduction.
We expect our suppliers to ensure compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and regulations in force in the country where their products are delivered. In terms of environmental management, suppliers must conform to the latest version of ISO 14001. In addition, suppliers must comply with WABCO’s environmental policy and the WABCO JED Standards to avoid hazardous substances (JED-762).
Any complaints from WABCO suppliers should be addressed in line with REACH Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals).
Parts are only to be provided with the material data MDS record (Material Datasheet) and must include the IMDS ID number in the initial sample cover sheet (PPAP PSW). MDS is recorded in the IMDS (International Material Data System).
We expect our suppliers to protect the environment by being responsible and by ensuring excellence in the design, manufacturing, distribution, recycling and disposal of the products they create.
At WABCO we value people and take health and safety very seriously. As such, WABCO has implemented and is certificated for the Occupational Health and Safety standard OHSAS18001 (ISO45001). We lead by example and nurture a culture of responsibility towards health and safety among our colleagues, customers and business partners.
WABCO has a specific policy for health and safety which we expect our suppliers to adhere to. This includes:
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