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We conduct our business responsibly and in compliance with the laws of the countries in which we operate. We believe that responsible business practices can only take place through conduct within the supply chain that complies with rules and regulations. For this reason, we developed a Code of Conduct for all employees of the Coko-Werk Group.

The Code of Conduct provides employees and managers with a binding orientation framework on our values and fundamental beliefs. We expect the content of this guideline to be applied throughout the company, as well as by our suppliers and subcontractors.

Corporate guidelines

For our company, healthy employees in a healthy environment are an essential prerequisite for performance and thus for economic success and job security. We maintain a cooperative partnership with our customers and suppliers and care about environmental awareness and sustainability in the supply chain.

Good quality of work, occupational health and safety, environmental protection and plant safety therefore form the framework for setting environmental and occupational health and safety targets.

Management system

We have established an integrated management system at the Bad Salzuflen site. The requirements from the areas of quality and environment were used for the realization. We have based our processes for occupational health and safety on ISO 45001.

The company- and site-specific implementation of the above systems is described in a company manual. The application of the manual ensures that the organizational, commercial and technical activities that have an impact on quality, the environment and occupational safety are planned, controlled and monitored.

Risk management

As a global company, Coko is exposed to a variety of risks. These can be both internal and external risks. In order to prevent risks from becoming problems or to reduce the damage when risks do occur, Coko has a risk management system in place. The process of the risk management system can be described in the following steps:

Risks are identified and classified with the help of a risk analysis with regard to their probability of occurrence and extent of damage.

The identified risks and the associated opportunities are visualized in a risk matrix for simple and comprehensible presentation. This allows the priority of individual risks to be identified.

To reduce the risks, an action plan is drawn up in which the department heads identify suitable measures and reassess the risks once they have been implemented.

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