SEH Code of Conduct
SEH Computertechnik GmbH believes in future-oriented and responsible corporate management. Below you will find our corporate code of conduct.
In order to act ecological, we use resources economically and sustainably while we try to keep the environmental impact as low as possible.
We comply with environmental laws.
We abide by labor rights. Fair labor conditions and the safety and health of our employees are included in our corporate objectives as well.
We do not tolerate discrimination, mobbing or harassment.
We protect human rights and human dignity. We reject child and slave labor.
Regardless of gender, ethnicity, nationality, religion, age, sexual identity, or disability, we treat everyone with respect.
We comply with laws and other legal rules.
Professionalism is key: We stand for fair competition and correct, proper business behavior. Any conflicts of interest we avoid.
Personal, private and confidential information such as customer data or our partner's trade secrets are kept secret.
Suppliers & Partners
We expect our suppliers and partners to share and act according to our socialand ecological principles.
We adhere to consumer protection acts and we believe in open and dialog-oriented communication.
On this page you find our statements concerning these matters.
REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) is a European regulation for chemicals and one of the most strict and modern chemical acts in the entire world. It regulates registration, evaluation and authorization of chemicals and is based on the precautionary principle.
- ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment
- promote the development of alternative methods for the assessment of hazards of substances
- enhance competitiveness and innovation
In addition, right to information is a major factor of REACH.
Therefore we offer our REACH statement: 2017-03-07_REACH_Statement_SEH_en.pdf
Conflict Minerals (Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform And Consumer Protection Act)
The "Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform And Consumer Protection Act" (often referred to as "Dodd-Frank Act") is a US American law which regulates the US financial system more strictly since 2010. It aims to protect consumers and to increase transparency.
The Dodd-Frank Act is an extensive law with 16 chapter ("Titles") which in turn are comprised of numerous paragraphs ("Sections").
Section 1502 requires certain companies to disclose information on the use of conflict minerals. Conflict minerals are mineral resources mined in the conflict area Democratic Republic of the Congo or its neighboring states used to finance armed conflict. This contributes to severe violations of human rights and furthers the humanitarian crises in the entire region.
Read our conflict mineral statement: 2017-03-07_Dodd_Frank_Statement_SEH_en.pdf