Ensuring the safety and health of the workforces who wear and use what we create is our priority. Our ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications attest to this and confirm that the following are fundamental aspects of our HQ operations:



Business process optimisation and alignment

Internal training and employee development initiatives

Sustainable quality controls
Our world’s resources are being depleted, however the committed among us can take effective action against this.
Instead of setting environmental performance requirements, ISO 14001 provides a ready framework that can be integrated into existing systems to help organisations achieve progressive environmental objectives.


The use of PPE is mandatory for Scandia staff on, and all visitors to, company worksites.


To reduce noise and air pollution, we have installed new air cleaning and airborne irritant extraction systems In our own production facilities.


Emergency kits, supplies, and equipment are available in designated areas on every floor and throughout our offices and warehouses. Staff emergency response officers (EROs) are trained to use these materials and to provide immediate care in the event of accidents or illnesses.


Smart filter taps, outfitted on faucets throughout our head office, have led to sharp reductions in single-use plastic cups and bottles.

Workplace Diversity

Scandia works with businesses whose hiring, and employment practices, promotes and value diversity. We define diversity as following: personalities, lifestyles, thought processes, work experiences, ethnicity, race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, disability, or other differences. We strive to attract, develop and retain a workforce that is as diverse as the markets we serve, and to ensure an inclusive work environment that embraces the strength of our differences.


We promote a workplace free of discrimination. We expect our employees and suppliers to uphold the principle of anti-discrimination and to ensure that they do not violate or contradict any of the basic human rights principles. Violation of any of above-mentioned personal characteristics is always against our policies and is illegal under the laws of many countries.

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