We actively participate in the fight against corruption and focus our efforts on training of employees, best practice sharing, due diligence of partners and participating in industry wide collaborations. We are also closely involved in collective actions and participate in several anti-corruption working groups.
If you believe a violation of a law or regulation has occurred in the Maersk Group, we encourage you to report your concern directly to someone in the Group, e.g. your usual contact person, the legal department of the business unit you ordinarily deal with, or the Group Legal department. If you feel that you cannot report directly, you can report on the Group whistleblower system.
The Group is committed to compliance with all anti-corruption laws. Business and Group CEOs are responsible for incorporation of and compliance with the Group’s anti-corruption programme within their areas of responsibility. The implementation of the anti-corruption programme in daily business and operations takes place through continued training, use of contract compliance clauses, undertaking of business partner due diligence and risk assessments. Rules on facilitation payments, travel, meals, entertainment, gifts as well as charitable and political donations are available, as are rules on interaction with governments and public authorities.