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Dustin’s management system

We integrate quality, health & safety and environmental protection throughout the organization with the help of identified key processes. Our purpose is to make quality, health and safety a natural part of the daily job and to strengthen and maintain a responsible corporate culture. We also encourage suppliers to view quality, social responsibility, health and safety and environmental protection as a journey of continuous improvement.

We work with continuous improvements with a strong customer focus. Customer satisfaction is measured monthly and is the foundation when prioritizing and delegating resources to improvement projects. Our employees are key to our success and providing a healthy and safe working environment is essential to our business and in line with the ethical standards defined in our Code of Conduct . Our ambition is to have a workforce that is motivated and healthy - physically, mentally and socially.

Through efficient and environmentally sound business practices we aim to reduce the adverse environmental impact and use resources efficiently. We utilize life cycle thinking in our work to continuously improve our own environmental performance but also to more holistically work with the environmental impact of the products and services we offer our customers and consumers.

Dustin Group is certified in ISO 9001 (quality), ISO14001 (environment) and ISO27001 (information security). Our certification demonstrates that we strive to achieve efficient use of resources, holistic risk management and increased customer satisfaction.

Certificates & policies

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How are we doing in terms of health & safety, environmental protection and social responsibility?

Have a look at our latest Corporate Responsibility Report:
Annual and Corporate Responsibility Report
September 1, 2019 – August 31, 2020 (pdf, 8,2MB)