Scandic supports the UN Compact and operates based on its ten princliples for human rights, labor law, environment and anti-corruption. We also contribute to promoting sustainability in the hotel industry by participating in the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance, formerly ITP, International Tourism Partnership.
Scandic is a signatory of the 2030 Agenda and the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Our Code of Conduct that applies to all team members is also based on the UN Global Compact principles dealing with anti-corruption, working environment, the environment, employees and human rights.
The Sustainability Report is integrated in the Annual Report in accordance with GRI G4 on a self-declared Level Core. The Annual Reports 2015, 2016 and 2017 are attached on this page.
Policies and guidelines
Environmental policy, Code of Conduct, Supply chain code of conduct and Diversity & Inclusion policy, as well as Scandic’s guidelines to sustainable procurement are attached on this page.
Whistleblowing is a possibility for any person to report any major wrongdoing at Scandic. You can do this reporting by contacting the Director Sustainable Business at Scandic. If you do not want to be open with your reporting, please use this link to come to the reporting system where you can be anonymous.