Policies, statements and reports

Here you will find out more about our Business Code of Practice as well as the policies, statements and reports of Atlas Copco Limited relating to our operations in the United Kingdom.

Read Atlas Copco's anti-slavery and human trafficking statement:

  • Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement - 2018 74.6 kB, PDF

Read Atlas Copco's gender pay gap report:

  • UK Gender Pay Gap Report 103.7 kB, PDF

Read Atlas Copco's UK human resources privacy policy:

  • UK HR Privacy Policy 2018 395.9 kB, PDF

Did you know? In some countries, Atlas Copco's Business Code of Practice is more even more stringent than local regulations. Watch this video to find out more:

Whistleblowing and access to remedy

Atlas Copco has a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, including facilitation payments. We have a range of internal controls in place to make sure that we conduct business with the utmost integrity, from compliance with our Business Code of Conduct to training and supplier evaluations. When incidents are reported, firm action is taken on any violations.

The Group Ethical Hotline can be used by employees or external stakeholders to report behavior or actions that may be perceived as violations of laws and regulations, or of the Business Code of Practice. All reports are treated as confidential by Group Legal Counsel, with guaranteed anonymity for whistleblowers. There are no negative repercussions for an employee who reports a violation. For perceived human rights violations, Atlas Copco can arrange where necessary for mediation to provide access to remedy (the compensation given to the individual or community whose human rights have been infringed).

Atlas Copco Group Management photo shoot in January 2018. Håkan Osvald, SVP General Counsel.

Håkan Osvald

General Counsel

Sustainable Productivity United Kingdom