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Governance of Sustainability

Our commitment to sustainability necessitates ongoing improvements in our supply chain to enhance the environmental and social performance of our products. It is imperative that we prioritize sustainable practices throughout our supply chain, including sourcing, manufacturing, and distribution processes. Furthermore, we recognize the importance of effective communication with our customers, ensuring they are well-informed about our sustainability initiatives and the positive impacts of our products. Additionally, our stakeholders have underscored the potential benefits of integrating these sustainability efforts into our overarching company strategy, aligning our business goals with our environmental and social responsibilities.

Area: Environment

  • Scope

    ONANOFF Suppliers 

  • Material Impact 

    Environmental impact from products

    From a lifecycle perspective, most of our products’ environmental impact comes from extraction of materials, manufacturing and packaging. Apart from managing legal requirements, such as those linked to chemical management, ONANOFF’s brand could be exposed if associated with causing negative environmental impacts. 

  • Management

    Reducing negative environmental impacts starts with product design and carries on throughout the entire value chain.

    • Sustainability policy
    • Sustainable design guidelines – covering the lifecycle of the product.
    • Build awareness of sustainable design, materials and technologies through training, workshops and guidelines for designers and product development teams
    • Chemical analyses of materials and products
    • Sustainability requirement training, including Disney enhanced requirements for product manufacturers
    • Sustainability audits of manufacturers
    • Collection of end-of-life products, batteries and packaging
    • Continued improvements to size and recycled content of product packaging 
  • Scope

    ONANOFF

  • Material Impact 

    Environmental impact from product transports

    From a lifecycle perspective, the second largest environmental impact is product transports. Transports made by air lead to both increased costs and a greater climate impact. 

  • Management

    • Sustainability policy
    • Plan production and optimize logistics
    • Implement targets on consolidated goods
    • Evaluate alternative modes of transport, use carbon off-set for US ecom
    • Use rail to limit air shipments 

Area: Human Rights

  • Scope

    ONANOFF Supplier

  • Material Impact 

    Responsible supply chain

    ONANOFF outsources production to suppliers in China. The electronics industry has a complex supply chain that includes a risk of negatively impacting human rights. Stakeholder interviews in 2020 deem the risks of outsourced production and mineral and metal sourcing high. There is a clear need for a continued focus on risk control. 

  • Management

    ONANOFF Supplier Code of Conduct, communicated

    • Training of product manufacturers
    • Audit of product manufacturers, both ONANOFF audits and third party audits 

Area: Anti-corruption

  • Scope

    ONANOFF Supplier

  • Material Impact 

    Fight corruption

    ONANOFF advocates free and fair trade, strives for open and fair competition and ethical conditions within the legal frameworks of the countries in which it operates. If ONANOFF does not follow these principles, it can jeopardize the company’s reputation and can also result in fines. 

  • Management

    Supplier Code of Conduct

    • Employee Code of Conduct
    • Anti-corruption policy
    • Risk analysis
    • Anti-corruption training
    • Audit of product manufacturers
    • Routines for follow-up of irregularities
    • Interviews of managers of teams with elevated risks 

Area: Employees & social conditions 

  • Scope

    ONANOFF

  • Material Impact 

    Strategic talent supply

    At ONANOFF we manage the entire value chain in-house, apart from production. This means we have expertise in several areas. Having people with the right competencies in the right position is business critical. 

  • Management

    • Quality-assured recruitment process
    • Skills development according to individual needs 
  • Scope

    ONANOFF

  • Material Impact 

    Strong commitment and wellbeing

    An inspiring workplace where employees are happy, developing and want to stay, is important to ensure ONANOFF stable development. Clear leadership, defined areas of responsibility and the right competencies help create a healthy working environment. 

  • Management

    Employee Code of Conduct

    • Working with our culture and values
    • Employee survey conducted in September on leadership, wellbeing, communication
    • Systematic working environment work, including a forum that meets quarterly and employee representatives
    • Online activities – sports and learning 
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