Human rights and sustainable business practices

Crane Norway companies strive to maintain a sustainable business approach that aligns with the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP) and the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact.

Crane Norway companies shall


▪ Support and uphold the protection of internationally recognized human rights

▪ Ensure that the business does not contribute to human rights violations


▪ Respect freedom of association and recognize the right to collective bargaining

▪ Reject human trafficking, forced labor, and prohibited forms of child labor

▪ Provide safe, healthy, and secure working conditions

▪ Eliminate discrimination in the workplace


▪ Embrace a precautionary approach to environmental challenges

▪ Take initiatives to promote increased environmental responsibility

▪ Encourage the development and use of environmentally friendly technologies


▪ Oppose any form of corruption, including extortion and bribery.

All employees of Crane Norway companies, as well as contracted personnel, are expected to adhere to this policy. We expect our suppliers to acknowledge and faithfully follow this policy. We will conduct due diligence assessments to identify risks of negative impacts on people, communities, and the environment caused by our own operations or within the supply chain.

Transparency Act

Crane Norway complies with the Act relating to enterprises’ transparency and work on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions (Transparency Act), which focuses on transparency in business operations and work with fundamental human rights and decent working conditions. According to the requirements, our due diligence assessments are accessible to anyone wishing to read them.