Our efforts shall contribute to equal competitive conditions that provide a balance between economic, environmental and social considerations. It provides long-term value creation in the supply chain and sustainable development.
- We set strict seriousness requirements, in line with the intention of the Norwegian model
- We use recognized and industry-adapted computer systems and supplier databases, such as HMSREG and StartBank, for follow-up of seriousness
- We follow up the requirements in practice, and carry out checks and audits
- We collaborate with other builders and clients, the Swedish Tax Agency and anti-crime centers and share information across the board to fight workplace crime
- We reject suppliers and require the replacement of subcontractors when there is a reason for this
Our long-term ambition is that suppliers prefer Bane NOR as a collaboration partner and client by helping to strengthen their competitiveness, long-term value creation and reputation.
Sustainable development is about meeting the needs of society living today, without destroying to meet their opportunities for future generations. In order to safeguard this development, Bane NOR should balance economic, social and environmental conditions in a way that contributes to long-term value creation.
Our most important contribution to increased sustainability – in society in general and the transport sector in particular – is to strengthen support for the railways and help more people take more trains.
As a public developer and client, Bane NOR has a special responsibility to act ethically and responsibly.
Our values – open, respectful, committed and innovative – are binding.
We must comply with the requirements of the society around us, but also the requirements we set for ourselves. We expect our suppliers and partners to act as ethically and responsibly as we do. Read more about our ethical guidelines on the right of this page.
We set clear and strict seriousness requirements that promote a responsible business life and a serious working life. The extent of the seriousness requirements depends on the type of contract and is in line with the intention of the Norwegian model.
The seriousness requirements should be continued in the supply chain. It is the main supplier's responsibility to ensure that all seriousness requirements are included with all subcontractors who are directly involved in agreeing to work under the contract.
The supplier shall comply with the Sanctions Act, 16. April 2021 nr. 18, and associated regulations (“Norwegian Sanctions Legislation").
The supplier shall in procurements inform any circumstances that may breach the Norwegian Sanctions Legislation, related to the supplier or other entities that the supplier relies on the capacities of when meeting the qualification requirements. The supplier and any other entities shall therefore send in a declaration of the Norwegian Sanctions Legislation.
In the contract period, the supplier must expect to send information and documentation to Bane NOR is necessary to check that the Norwegian Sanctions Legislation are complied with at all stages of the supply chain.
In order to build and operate the railway infrastructure of the future, a high level of competence and capacity in railways is necessary. In addition to railway technical subjects, it is also necessary to strengthen the capacity and competence within the general building and construction subjects.
The responsibility for promoting a serious and attractive building and construction industry lies with us - builders and contractors. By setting requirements for the proportion of subjects and apprentices in contracts, we ensure that they have a need to learn and provide good and attractive working environments where the young people want to work.
As a developer, we have a responsibility to ensure a responsible labor market with equal competitive conditions. We do this, among other things, through follow-up and control of our suppliers pay and working conditions, taxes and duties are paid and the use of contribution to the development of qualified labour.
The railway is an environmentally efficient form of transport. In Bane NOR, we work purposefully to improve and renew existing railway infrastructure and facilitate the development of new railways in an environmentally sound manner. It is in collaboration with suppliers and other builders that we achieve our goals.