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Sustainable management of supply chains is of growing importance to our stakeholders, including customers and investors. While we have long set social and environmental requirements for our suppliers, including a ban on the use of forced or bonded labor and child labor. This issue in particular is rising on stakeholders’ agenda, reflected in increasing legislation such as the UK Modern Slavery Act passed into law in 2015. In Ericsson’s Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement we describe how the Ericsson Group is tackling the challenge of modern slavery and human trafficking throughout its operations and supply chain, in line with the UK Modern Slavery Act. It outlines Ericsson´s policies and business practices and the plans for future improvements.

Supplier Code of Conduct

Supplier Code of Conduct and how we manage supplier compliance risk

The foundation of our Responsible Sourcing program is our Supplier Code of Conduct, to which all suppliers must comply. It covers six main areas: employee conditions, occupational health and safety (OHS), supplier compliance, Environmental Management System (EMS), elimination of discrimination, and anti-corruption.

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Supplier requirements

Supplier requirements

Please find our supplier requirements and sourcing condition templates here.

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On-line training for suppliers

On-line training for suppliers

We offer free online training to all suppliers and other stakeholders. Please enjoy our trainings.

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Conflict Minerals

Conflict Minerals

Responsible management of raw materials in our supply chain includes the important issue of conflict minerals.

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