Our services and solutions shall be delivered in a safe and efficient manner that fosters sustainable development and we shall conduct our business in a sustainable manner.
Sustainability is often reduced to issues surrounding the environment and carbon dioxide emissions. The actual set of UN resolutions deals with considerably more aspects. Our most important contribution is to create environments at worksites that are safe, both for those who work there and for all passers-by. We achieve this through efficient use of our resources, which reduces our impact on the environment.
We use new, digital technology in an innovative way which streamlines the work, and we invest in climate-neutral vehicles.
More women are needed
Although we are the best in our industry with female employees accounting for 20% of our staff, we are doing everything we can to attract more women to what is a male-dominated industry. We want to do our bit to contribute to a more equitable construction sector.
Another important aspect of our work on sustainability is to always treat you, the customer, with the greatest respect, be ready to listen and to act fairly and impartially in every way. We have a clear anti-corruption policy and impose the same requirements on our suppliers.
The framework for a sustainable business
The ultimate purpose of our work on sustainability is to help realize the UN’s goals. From among the 17 goals, we have identified a number of them where Ramudden has the greatest potential for making a lasting impression. They are linked to our work on sustainability and our business strategy.
Goal 3 – Good health and well-being
Goal 4 – Quality education
Goal 9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Goal 10 – Reduced inequalities
Goal 11 – Sustainable cities and communities
Goal 13 – Climate action
In 2021 we conducted internal and external audits at Ramudden in Sweden and Norway. As a result, Ramudden Sweden received an updated certificate for ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and ISO 45001, and this certificate now includes Norway as well. Next in line is Ramudden in Finland.