Discover more about the actions and tools Legrand uses to deliver a more sustainable future for all our partners.
Charter of Fundamental Principles
The Charter of Fundamental Principles reflects the way in which our Group conceives and understands the issues we face: it sets out the values shared by the personnel within the Group and the manner in which we wish to set ourselves apart as a company.
Legrand Group guide to best business practices
The spreading of best business practices is part of a wider permanent effort to respect our customers, suppliers and business partners.
Modern Slavery Act
This statement is made pursuant to s.54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and sets out the steps that Legrand Electric Ltd has taken and is continuing to take to ensure that modern slavery or human trafficking is not taking place within our business or supply chain.
Tax Strategy Statement
This statement sets out Legrand Electric Ltd’s approach to UK taxation. Legrand Electric Ltd seeks to have an open and constructive relationship with HMRC. Tax returns and payments are filed on time. When submitting Tax Returns and computations all relevant facts are disclosed. All legal and regulatory requirements are complied with.
Letter of Commitment
Ethical behaviour is one of the Legrand Group's fundamental values and it reflects how the Group views and approaches its business. Legrand is committed to preventing corruption and fraud and to observing the rules of fair competition. The Group also organises itself to avoid Conflicts of Interest, to avoid conducting business with countries subject to embargoes, to prevent money laundering and the funding of terrorism.
Occupational Health & Safety Policy
Occupational health and safety are an essential requirement for the Legrand Group which firmly believes that providing safe and healthy working conditions and a good quality of life at work is both a duty with regard to its employees and crucial to its overall performance. This is a key ingredient of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to which all Group employees need to contribute.
Gender Pay Gap reporting
Following the introduction of new regulations, employers with 250 or more employees must publish specific figures about their gender pay gap on their own website and on the government's online reporting service. It is a legal requirement for all relevant employers to publish their data.
Fair Competition Charter
Healthy and fair competition guarantees the best possible working of the markets and encourages long-term innovation.
Legrand Electric Limited's Environmental Policy document outlines Legrand's philosophy and commitment in the UK and its export markets.
EcoVadis - Platinum rating
EcoVadis is the world’s largest and most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, creating a global network of more than 75,000 rated companies. Legrand SA (Group) is proud to have been awarded their platinum sustainability rating.
The Lighting Industry Association
The LIA is the largest trade association in Europe dedicated to serving the UK Lighting Industry and its supply chain. Legrand UK & Ireland are proud members of the Lighting Industry Association
Renewable Power Supply Certificate
To certify that Legrand Electric Limited uses electricity that is 100% generated from renewable sources
WEEE Registration Number WEE/HJ0048TZ
Legrand Electric Limited is compliant with the Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations 2013, with Producer Registration Number: WEE//HJ0048TZ. We are a Member of the B2B Compliance scheme (Scheme Approval Number WEE/MP3338PT/SCH), which handles our WEEE obligations on our behalf.
Quality policy EN 2018
Quality is a major requirement for Legrand, and a decisive competitive advantage for its development strategy. In order to reinforce it still further and meet the expectations of its stakeholders, the Group is rolling out a global quality strategy for its different brands, based on four pillars