Blue Line's certified management system provides the infrastructure to consistently delivering products and services that meet the customer's and applicable legal requirements. A number of policies and procedures set the framework and create transparency for Blue Line's way of doing business. This applies, among other things, to the environment, work environment, employee rights, inclusion, anti-corruption, etc.
Once a year, Blue Line carries out a review of all goals and policies. The management system is audited annually by DNV. Sustainability is assessed annually by Ecovadis. Blue Line has a great Ecovadis Silver score from 2023. It is a goal for Blue Line to raise the current Ecovadis score to a Gold score within the next 5 years.
Blue Line is certified according to the ISO 9001:2015 norm in a well-integrated management system that is continuously developed in line with requirements and needs.
Blue Line is committed to acting responsibly towards all stakeholders and creating satisfied employees, satisfied customers and at the same time protecting the environment. The key to this lies in balancing the interests between owners, employees, customers, partners and society. Read more here.
Blue Line evaluates the sustainability of the supply chain on many parameters. See focus areas and policy here.
Blue Line is committed to initiating activities that reduce the impact on the external environment and everyone in the company contributes to complying with the environmental policy. Blue Line has defined a number of focus areas that are continuously being expanded. Read more here.
Blue Line's goal is to create an attractive workplace where employees can express talent and job satisfaction. Blue Line respects and complies with national legal rules and international UN Global Compact's principles on e.g. human rights, employee rights and inclusion, etc. See more here.
Blue Line does not accept any form of corruption. See our policy here.