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1.  Ensuring sustainable business conduct

Renta Group (hereafter Renta) is a full-service equipment and machine services company. Renta has a broad geographical reach with presence in several countries with employees with varying cultural and educational backgrounds. Renta takes responsibility for the impact its business generates both locally and globally and we are proud of the positive contributions we make. Responsible and ethical procedures and practices are a prerequisite for every operation – to be professionals wort your trust.

Renta shall always work to uphold universal human rights and fair labour practices, in the organisation itself and in collaboration with business partners and suppliers. Renta shall work to contribute and support to battling climate change, minimising biodiversity loss and negative environmental impact. Furthermore, Renta shall work to combat corruption and maintain high ethical business standards. The purpose of this Code of Conduct (also referred to as “the Code”) is to ensure sustainable business conduct.

1.1 Scope and responsibility of the Code
1.2 Foundation of the Code
1.3 Legal compliance and the Code

2.  Human rights and labour rights

Internationally recognised human rights or labour rights shall be protected and respected at all times. All employees shall be treated with respect and dignity and shall be entitled to fundamental human rights or labour rights. Renta is responsible for ensuring that they do not directly or indirectly violate human rights or labour rights. If a violation of human rights or labour rights occurs, Renta must always remedy the issue and ensure that it does not happen again.

2.1 Non-discrimination
2.2 Harassment and abuse
2.3 Right to form unions and collective bargaining
2.4 Occupational health and safety
2.4.1 Alcohol and drugs
2.5 Child labour and forced labour
2.6 Compensation and development
2.7 Privacy and confidentiality

3.  Environmental protection

As an actor within the industry of product as a service, Renta is aiming to be a circular economy leader and with this comes the focus to reduce emission of greenhouse gases, minimise consumption of resources such as energy, water and land and the management chemicals and waste. Renta strives to minimise its negative impacts on the environment by applying a precautionary approach towards each environmental and climate challenge. More information can be found in our market-level environmental policies, if applicable.

3.1 The precautionary principle, environmental risk assessments and environmentally friendly technology
3.2 Sustainable use of recourses
3.3 Emissions and energy

4.  Anti-corruption and business integrity

All forms of corruption are unacceptable to Renta. More information on this topic can be found in our Renta Group Anti-corruption policy.

4.1 Bribes, gifts, and facilitation payments
4.2 Nepotism, cronyism, and conflict of interest
4.3 Fair competition and political contributions

5.  Sourcing and purchasing

Renta considers its impact on the environment, human rights and labour rights as well as the risk for corruption when sourcing and purchasing goods and services. Renta’s Business Code of Conduct stipulates requirements and expectations on suppliers, partners and customers concerning human rights, labour rights, environment and anti-corruption.

6.  Enforcement and compliance

It is the responsibility of Renta’s managers to make sure that both the content and the spirit of this Code are communicated, understood and acted upon and to encourage employees to reveal behaviour that may be non-compliant with the Code. It is the responsibility of all Renta employees to report any suspicion of deviances with risk of violation of the Code or explicit in-compliance immediately so that issues can be addressed.

6.1  Grievance mechanism