Doro’s ethical responsibility

Our products and solutions help make everyday life simpler and more secure for our end-customers – seniors. We also work to secure and underpin the long-term sustainable development of our operations in a responsible and honest way. In this way, we earn the trust of all of our stakeholders, from shareholders and other parts of the capital market, via our employees and suppliers, to customers and society. This is an important aspect in our success and we therefore maintain a perspective of sustainability in all of our decisions and processes.

That we conduct our daily work with honesty, great personal integrity and respect for the integrity of others is crucial. Clear guidelines for employees and suppliers alike are provided in our Doro Business Ethics. It is the responsibility of each manager to ensure that their staff are familiar with these rules and comply with them. For manufacturing partners in Asia the company also applies the Doro Corporate Social Responsibility Policy, which is based primarily on the generally accepted principles of the United Nations and local legislation. The result is communicated as one part through the “Supplier Score Card”, feedback is given directly to the respective manufacturing partner.

Since 2008, Doro has conducted third-party audits to ensure compliance with the company’s policies. If discrepancies are discovered, Doro is entitled to discontinue all cooperation with the supplier. In this regard, audits are regularly conducted at all plants.