EcoVadis Sustainability rating
Taking responsibility together
Ecological, social and ethical
Award for sustainable engagement
FCS awarded with bronze status!
At FCS Fair Computer Systems, we are aware that business success is not just about financial performance. Sustainable management, responsible action, and future-oriented solutions play an essential role. We use our resources in such a way that we can achieve the best for our employees, our partners, and the surrounding environment.
We are pleased to announce that FCS has been awarded a Bronze Medal by EcoVadis. This is an appreciation of FCS commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility. The evaluation included the categories of Environment, Labor and Human Rights, Ethics, and Sustainable Procurement. The values achieved rank FCS among the best in 2021.
The bronze award from EcoVadis honors and confirms us in our activities.
We are living up to our task of corporate social responsibility. We take the topic very seriously. At the same time, we have the incentive to become even better.
The independent assessment platform EcoVadis supports companies in optimizing their environmental and social practices. The EcoVadis assessments focus on 21 criteria, which are divided into four thematic areas (environment, labor, and human rights, ethics, sustainable procurement). The 21 questions or criteria are based on international sustainability standards such as the Global Compact principles, the International Labor Organization (ILO) conventions, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standard, the ISO 26000 standard, and the CERES principles.
EcoVadis sustainability criteria:
- Energy consumption & greenhouse gases
- Local & accidental pollution
- Raw materials, chemicals & waste
- Product use
- Product End of Life
- Customer Health & Safety
- Environmental services & advocacy
LABOR & HUMAN RIGHTS
- Employee health & safety
- Working conditions
- Social Dialogue
- Career Management & Training
- Child labor, forced labor & human trafficking
- Diversity, Discrimination & Harassment
- Human Rights of External Stakeholders
- Anti-competitive practices
- Responsible information management
- Environmental practices of suppliers
- Social practices of suppliers