HERE expects all its suppliers to meet or exceed all applicable laws and regulations. We encourage suppliers to go beyond legal compliance by committing to meet relevant international standards (such as those from the International Labor Organization or applicable UN conventions) and to commit to continuous improvement.
These standards are intended to guide you as you fulfill your role as a HERE supplier. They are not intended to change or replace any specific contractual requirements. Rather, this Code of Conduct establishes the basic principles for business conduct which HERE expects from you. If our companies have agreed to stricter or more detailed requirements than this Code of Conduct, then we expect you to meet those contractual requirements. This Code of Conduct has been created based on the principles set forth in internationally recognized standards such as the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights and International Labor Organization (ILO) Conventions. HERE may verify your compliance with this Code of Conduct by performing audits or other assessments of your facilities, records and business processes. Violation of the Code of Conduct may result in your disqualification as a HERE supplier and the termination of our business relationship.
This Code includes requirement in the following areas:
- Labor and Human Rights
- Health and Safety
- Management Systems
Violation of our supplier code of conduct
Failure to comply with this document, any additional requirements set forth by HERE, or any applicable laws and regulations may result in the termination of any agreement as a HERE supplier and referral of the matter to local authorities. You may report suspected violations to EthicsandCompliance(at)here.com.