Responsible business practices
A.P. Moller - Maersk is committed to ensuring that our business practicesare safe, responsible and transparent.
Here you can read more about how we conduct our business in a responsible manner
The issue of personal safety for our employees sits above all other responsibilities we have. In 2018, our approach to safety underwent a thorough review and renewal.
Respect for human rights is rooted in our values and key to our license to operate from employees, customers, investors, communities, governments and other stakeholders.
A positive relationship with our employees and nurturing diversity is fundamental to our success as a business. This begins with ensuring respect for internationally recognised human rights and labour standards in all our workplaces.
Diversity and inclusion
To attract people form the widest talent pool, we aspire to create an inclusive culture where employees from every background can contribute to their fullest.
We recognise the need for companies to support the local economies in which they do business, to support sustainable development, local communities, business and trade.
Our deep knowledge of logistics and our global presence allow us to deliver on the need for aid to reach areas impacted by disaster quickly and efficiently.
As a citizen of the oceans, we will contribute to protecting the health of oceans, and continuously reduce our own impacts.
We strive to eliminate facilitation payments on our own ships and continue to develop our compliance programme on corruption.
Air emissions: SOx and Nox
Air emissions have documented negative impact on human health. We are committed to full compliance with regulatory demands, and work to ensure strong enforcement of these.
We want to eliminate risks in our supply chain and focus on suppliers in high-risk categories and countries.
Large-scale oil spills may have documented, long-lasting impacts on human health and/or the environment. We work to have zero oil spills from our operations.