OSRAM – Menschenrechte
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Welcome to the Human Rights Notification System in “Tell OSRAM”

OSRAM respects the human rights of people affected by what we do, who we work with or by our products and services. We express this in our OSRAM Human Rights Policy and Code of Conduct for Suppliers.

We want to know if we affect people negatively. You should come forward if you feel you or others have been harmed in any way by anyone connected with OSRAM. Please also report if you see any risk of such harm. Anyone internal or external to OSRAM can raise a complaint.

We will not tolerate any threats or punishment to anyone who complains. We protect your privacy. You are free to complain anonymously. We encourage you to state your name when you submit a report so that we can address and resolve it more easily.

If you feel you or others have been harmed by OSRAM or anyone doing business with OSRAM, please use “Tell OSRAM” to report this. Please also report any risk of such harm so we can take prevention measures. Examples include: People being threatened, harassed or discriminated at work; environmental pollution; or, negative effects of our products or services on people.

“Tell OSRAM” is open to anyone who feels harmed or negatively affected by the activities of OSRAM or those doing business with OSRAM. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Employees of OSRAM, our suppliers, service providers and business partners (including temporary workers and contractors) in any country
  • Local communities around our sites and our suppliers' sites
  • End users of OSRAM products or services.
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