Our values of safety, people, customers, integrity, excellence and innovation, guide our actions, decisions, behaviours, and how we engage with each other and our customers. Our people living our values is what gives us our competitive advantage.
Survitec encourages a culture of ethical behaviour for our third-party relationships and will not knowingly assist any third party in breaching the law, or participate in any modern slavery or any criminal, fraudulent or corrupt practice in any country.
Our Modern Slavery policy can be found here: CLICK HERE.
Our Third-Party Compliance Code of Conduct can be found here: CLICK HERE.
Survitec is committed to an environment of open and honest communication. Any concerns about possible wrongdoing or activities that might put our Company’s reputation at risk are important to us. Where you wish to lodge a concern, you may do so through your local Survitec representative or, if you are an employee, through your line manager, human resources or the legal and compliance department. Alternatively, you may make your report by telephone or online using the Survitec Hotline. The Survitec Hotline is hosted by a specialist third party hotline provider, EthicsPoint. You may remain anonymous unless disclosure of your identity is required by local law. If you disclose, or are required to disclose, your identity when making your report, Survitec will only disclose your identity to those persons who require the information to investigate your report. However your report is made, it will be treated with respect and Survitec does not tolerate any form of retaliation against anyone who makes a report, raises a concern or helps with an investigation in the reasonable belief there has been a breach, that making the report is in the public interest, and the report is made in good faith.
STATEMENTS & POLICIES
Environmental and sustainability
Survitec is a market leader in the design and manufacture of marine, defence, aerospace and offshore survival technology. Survitec, and all it's business areas recognise the need for an environmentally sustainable business and to operate in a way that will minimise adverse effects on people and the environment. We shall proactively work in partnership with employees, clients, suppliers and appropriate public bodies to ensure that our services and business processes meet this environmental challenge.
EU / UK Transitional Period
12 June 2020
The UK formally left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020 and entered a transitional period with the EU. The transitional period continues to the end of 2020 and allows the UK and EU time to negotiate a future relationship. During the transitional period, the UK continues to apply EU rules including those on trade, travel and businesses. The transitional period has no impact on the Survitec business.
If you have any questions about our preparations for the end of this transitional period, please email: email@example.com
Our Diversity and inclusion promise
Our purpose is clear. Our diverse global workforce protects lives, every single day. Our people are our competitive advantage and our strength lies in their differences. We are committed to cultivating an inclusive culture where our people feel valued, appreciated, and free to be who they are at work. Because for our people to excel, they must feel valued and included. Because to provide service excellence to our customers, we must mirror their diversity. But more importantly, because it’s the right thing to do.
Our commitment is clear. We make certain that everyone is valued, rewarded and respected and that their selection for recruitment, secondment opportunities, training or promotion is always based on [professional] merit. There is always more work to be done. We are continuously learning and developing our understanding of, and approach to, sustaining an inclusive working environment. Better never stops.
Gender pay gap information
At Survitec we continue to attract a diverse range of employees to work for us. Our progressive people management policies actively encourage and support effective recruitment and talent management. The regulatory reporting requirements require Survitec to report on employing entities with >250 employees but excluding employees resident in Northern Ireland. As such, to comply with the regulatory requirements, Survitec only reports on employees of Survitec Group Ltd but not those employees who are resident in Northern Ireland. Since beginning to report our Gender Pay Gap figures in 2017 we are seeing a positive downwards trend in the average gap %. We will work to drive this figure continuously downwards.