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All Schindler employees commit themselves to observe the highest ethical standards of professional and personal conduct in their interactions with customers, colleagues, business partners, competitors, regulators and the communities in which we operate.
Schindler launched a world-wide Compliance Program in the mid-1990s. In order to avoid and control compliance risks, a systematic approach is followed in line with our "Three E's" concept:
Schindler's framework of Compliance Rules are set up in a pyramid form:
Executive member of the Board of Directors, Mr. Alfred N. Schindler, initiated the roll-out of the Schindler Code of Conduct throughout the Schindler organization in 1996. The Executive Committee of the Board supervises compliance activities, supported by the Audit Committee.
The Chairman, Mr. Silvio Napoli:
"At Schindler, our goal is to be the most respected company in our industry worldwide. We’ll win by offering better products and unique services, by building lasting customer relationships, and by being leaders and innovators with an unceasing passion for progress and improvement. Our
mission is to create long term value.
What we won’t do, and what we’ll never allow anyone who works for Schindler to do, is to try to win by cheating. There is no place in our company for corruption or collusion, for offering or accepting bribes, or for any form of underhand practice. And that’s as non-negotiable as our commitment to safety. At Schindler, we're a team with shared values and a code of conduct. We win together by being the best."
In order to ensure that Schindler's Compliance Program is focused on the real risk exposure, Competition and Corruption Risk Assessments are arranged and continuously updated for all Schindler entities.
Schindler's Compliance Network is integrated into the business structure:
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|Employees (March 2016)||214|