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Environmental policy

The Environmental Policy is divided into two parts, the first part is common for the six defence authorities*, and the second part is for FMV only.

The defence sector works to achieve sustainable development in which environmental consideration is an integral part of all activities, both nationally and internationally. Environmental requirements shall, as far as possible, also be placed on actors who work with, or are on assignments from, authorities in the defence sector.

FMV takes its social responsibilities within the environmental field through active and long-term environmental work.

We therefore undertake to:

  • Identify, evaluate and meet the environmental requirements placed on us.
  • Supply our customers with products and services that are environmentally adapted.
  • Conduct our activities on the basis of continuous improvement in a way that balances our social responsibilities for the environment with economy and technology.
  • Maintain a high level of competence regarding environmental aspects of the materiel we procure.
  • Continuously improve the environmental performance of our testing and trials activities.
  • Communicate openly and clearly about our environmental work.
  • Create conditions under which our personnel can take active responsibility for environmental matters.
  • Minimize the environmental impact of official business trips.

* The defence authorities are the Swedish Armed Forces, the Swedish Defence Material Administration, the National Defence Radio Establishment, the Swedish Defence Research Agency, the Swedish National Defence College and the Swedish Fortifications Agency.

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Published: 2011-12-21 17:23. Changed: 2014-09-25 11:05. Responsible: Show e-mail address.


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