Code of conduct and Policies

Atria Code of Conduct  and company policies

Atria's Code of Conduct reflects the Atria Way of Doing Business values defined by the company's employees: 'We are genuinely interested in our customers and consumers, we produce quality, we want to succeed and we are passionate about what we do.'

By acting in accordance with these values and consistent policies, Atria can guide its practical activities towards sustainability and success. Atria's Code of Conduct guides the responses to day-to-day operations. When we are all aware of our common ways of working, our day-to-day decision-making - where everything is ultimately decided - becomes faster and easier. This enables us to better meet the expectations of consumers, customers and owners. Only a responsibly run business can succeed.


The Code of Conduct sets out the fundamental ethical principles that we value and follow in our daily activities. The Code is supported by internal company policies and guidelines that define and guide the behaviour we expect from all Atria employees.


In its Code of Conduct, Atria is committed to the following international agreements and recommendations:

  • The UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • International Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention on Fundamental Labour Rights
  • UN Global Compact initiative to promote human rights, labour rights, environmental protection and the prevention of corruption
  • OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
  • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Charter on Sustainable
  • Development and ICC Guidelines against Bribery and Corruption
  • Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) Principles for Purchasing