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Transparency in Supply Chains

In the work environment sustainability is continuously shaping the way businesses and governments share data. Non-financial reporting has become a standard and is paramount for big corporates and is connected to sustainability goals and KPIs for measuring progress; it is in many ways beneficial for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Sunrise is here to support the latter particularly, ensuring this journey is undertaken together. 

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Due Diligence on Child Labour

Sunrise complies with the due-diligence obligations relating to child labour as outlined in the Ordinance on Due Diligence and Transparency in relation to Minerals and Metals from Conflict-Affected Areas and Child Labour (DDTrO).

Sunrise upholds a strong commitment to human rights, including child labour. This commitment is outlined in the Sunrise Human Rights Policy. Furthermore, the Sunrise Vendor Code of Conduct mandates all suppliers to adhere to the highest standards of responsible business conduct.

Sunrise conducts recurring child-labour risk assessments of its upstream supply chain. All active suppliers are assessed based on the likelihood and impact of child-labour risks. Measures are then implemented to end, prevent or mitigate any identified risks. Additionally, a whistleblowing procedure enables all parties to raise concerns about child labour and a supply-chain traceability system collects relevant traceability data for products and services for which there is a reasonable suspicion of child labour.

The due-diligence approach was shaped by international frameworks for responsible business conduct and human-rights due diligence, where applicable, to improve the effectiveness and scope of the due diligence.

View the Sunrise Due Diligence on Child Labour

Whistleblowing Platform

An integral part of supply-chain transparency is the Sunrise complaint platform where supplier concerns can be addressed and assessed, and remediation performed.

Go to Whistleblowing