Labour Standards Assurance System (LSAS) Information

The IMS Euro senior management are aware of the NHS Suppliers Code of Conduct and have a clear policy of complying with this Code of Conduct which is based on the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply’s Professional Code of Ethics.
The key elements of this Code of Conduct cover:
•             Maintaining integrity in business relationships
•             Rejecting improper business practice
•             Declaring any potential personal or business conflicts of interest
•             Acquiring & maintaining latest standards of technical knowledge & ethical behavior
•             Optimizing the use of resources
•             Compliance with UK law, industry guidelines and contractual obligations
•             Fair, honest and respectable treatment of suppliers
•             Common courtesy at all times
•             Incorporating sustainable procurement aspects into procurement processes Including, human and employee rights and the environment.
We support the aims and principles of the United Nations Global Compact, The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the 1998 International Labour Organization Declaration of the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
Under no circumstances will IMS Euro contract with any organization utilizing forced labour or any organization using any illegal or unethical practices in their recruitment. We will not contract with any organization that discriminates on the grounds of race, religion, age, gender, disability or sexual orientation.
If you have any issues you wish to raise with the IMS Euro LSAS team please contact us via the email: all emails are strictly confidential and will be treated as such.

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