Ethics and Compliance
Driven by its values, Dalkia acts in accordance with the law, applicable laws and its own voluntary obligations.
Ethics and compliance policy
International obligations of the Dalkia group
As part of the international EDF group, Dalkia adheres to the resulting rules from the UN World Pact, the so-called Global Compact. They concern:
- eliminating all manifestations of human rights violations,
- employment of employees in accordance with applicable law,
- supporting a preventive approach to environmental problems,
- counteracting corruption in all its forms.
The Group and its employees undertake to comply with the principles and rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, the conventions of the International Labor Organization, the guidelines of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
Dalkia’s policy on ethics and legal compliance
In 2016, the Executive Committee of the EDF Group adopted the EDF Group Ethics and Compliance Policy, applicable to subsidiaries, including the Dalkia group. This policy includes principles that managers should know, apply and enforce, and is an interpretation of other internal Group regulations.
The superior document in the field of ethics is the Group Ethics Declaration /click here/, based on the values of the capital group: respect, solidarity and responsibility. It defines the principles to which EDF and Dalkia employees are subject on a daily basis. This declaration has been implemented in all entities of the Dalkia Polska group.
In 2018, Dalkia Polska adopted the Dalkia Group Code of Ethics and Compliance, which addresses the following nine issues:
- preventing the risk of corruption,
- integrity control in business relations,
- supervision of gifts and invitations,
- preventing conflicts of interest,
- fight against fraud and scams,
- prevention of market abuse,
- financial ethics (prevention of the risk of money laundering and terrorist financing, compliance with the EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation) – Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) No. 648/2012 of July 4, 2012 on derivatives traded outside the market regulated central counterparties and trade repositories,
- preventing violations of competition law,
- monitoring international exchanges and compliance with international sanctions and compliance with sectoral regulations REMITregulations (Regulation on wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency) of Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of October 25, 2011 on the integrity and transparency of the wholesale energy market).
Principles of ethical business
For the sake of high business standards, Dalkia has created the Ethical Business Principles of Dalkia Group companies in Poland and their business partners.
The document presents the commitment of Dalkia companies and expectations towards their business partners in the scope of their values and compliance with the principles of integrity in their business operations.