Supply Chain

The suppliers are strategic partners for Leonardo, directly involved in creating value for the company.

For this reason, Leonardo asks its suppliers for precise commitments and strict economic, financial, ethical-legal, social and environmental requisites, already verified during the pre-qualification phase and monitored throughout the period of the supply relationship.

All phases of the selection process and the relationship with the supplier are managed through the Procurement web portal, which guarantees transparency and traceability of information.

 

 

 

 

SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT

 

what does Leonardo expect from its suppliers:

 

  • Promoting dignity, freedom and equality for all workers.
  • No relationships with organisations associated with human trafficking, child labour or forced labour.
  • Guaranteeing the protection of workers’ health and safety.
  • Complying with the anti-corruption laws and regulations, Leonardo’s Code of Ethics and Anti-Corruption Code.
  • Respecting trade compliance laws and regulations.
  • Ensuring the quality of supplies, without defects or second-hand, counterfeit or copied parts or parts containing minerals from conflict zones.
  • Respecting environmental regulations and actively protecting the environment.
  • Keeping all know-how and confidential company and personnel information private.
  • Reporting founded or potential ethical issues through the whistleblowing system.

 

Supplier Code of Conduct

 

 

MODERN SLAVERY ACT

 

Leonardo in the United Kingdom, in compliance with the provisions of the Modern Slavery Act of 2015, issued the declaration which illustrates the commitment and actions taken to prevent and combat the forms of modern slavery and the trafficking of human beings at internal organization and supply chain.

 

 

CONFLICT MINERALS

 

Leonardo acknowledges and promotes, where applicable,  the regulatory provisions covering “conflict minerals”, with particular reference to provisions provided by the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (2010)”. “Conflict minerals” include Tin, Tungsten, Tantalum and Gold.

To this end, Leonardo expects from its suppliers a commitment to inform the Company that items directly or indirectly supplied are devoid of minerals coming from Conflict Regions (particularly in reference to, but not limited to, the Democratic Republic of Congo).

The suppliers guarantees that their subcontractors contain the same commitment not to use minerals coming from Conflict Regions.  

 

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