Business cannot thrive unless people and the planet are thriving. Sustainable and shared value creation is therefore the goal of our business activities.
We believe that sustainable business practices, from acting responsibly to developing and delivering innovative solutions for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), is key to our success.
As part of our commitment to sustainable and responsible business practices, Olympic has embedded the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact into strategies and operations, and committed to respecting human and labour rights, safeguarding the environment, and working against corruption in all its forms, as reflected in our policies.
To contribute to the achievement of the SDGs we strive to:
Olympic is committed to responsible business practices. We acknowledge that we through our activities can have an impact on people, planet and prosperity, both positive and negative, direct and indirect.
A part of our responsibility is therefore to identify and manage actual and potential positive and negative impacts our activities can have on people. Through our compliance with the Norwegian Transparancy Act and our membership in UN Global Compact we commit to promote and respect human rights and decent working conditions, especially in our supply chain and in our own operations. We perform social due diligence and encourage our suppliers to do the same. This way we can both increase trust in our business and do our part to contribute to sustainable development.
Enquiries about our compliance with the Norwegian Transparency Act will be handled according to the Transparency Act section 7.
For more information, including statement requests for Olympic Group AS, please contact us by email
To raise a concern, please use our whistleblower page.