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Code of Business Integrity
We believe that fairness, transparency and trust drive growth and prosperity for all parties involved – employees, customers, suppliers, markets – and the communities that encompass them all. Adhering to those qualities brings out the best in us, inspires the best in our business partners, reduces our exposure to legal risk and helps build and sustain a positive corporate reputation. Not only is behaving ethically the right and legal thing to do, it is good business.
Linde's Code of of Business Integrity sets out guidelines to ensure we act in accordance with legal and internal regulations. The code applies to all employees and helps weave integrity into our day-to-day behaviour. Every employee must be familiar with and adhere to the standards and legal regulations that apply to his or her area of work.
Our ethical/legal procurement guidelines supplement the Linde Code of Ethics. These guidelines do not serve as a substitute for any legislation, but to provide additional, concrete bearings for our conduct towards our business partners and, in turn, formulate our expectations of them in relation to procurement.
Environmental protection, product safety and social concerns are important considerations for both our own and our partners’ sides of the procurement process.
Modern Slavery Statement
BOC, Elgas and SPW, subsidiaries of Linde plc, are committed to achieving our goals ethically and improving the communities where we live and work. As part of one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies in 2023 integrity is a core value, and we aim each and every day to reach the highest standards as an organisation.
The Modern Slavery Act is an important piece of legislation that protects the most vulnerable in our society. This report outlines the steps we are taking to identify and reduce the risk of modern slavery across our operations and supply chains.
Download a copy of our 2020 Modern Slavery Statement, 2021 Modern Slavery Statement and 2022 Modern Slavery Statement.