Medical Vision supports and respects international human rights and laws and shall not accept any establishment and business partners that contribute to human rights abuses.
Medical Vision shall encourage a gender balance in its own organisation as well as in the board.
Medical Vision does not engage in or support the use of child labour. Suppliers and Contractors must not recruit child labour. Suppliers and Contractor must maintain formal documentation that verifies the age of each worker. If children are found to be working directly for the supplier, the latter shall seek a sensitive and satisfactory solution that put the best interest of the child first.
The minimum age for employment is the age reached when the compulsory schooling has been completed, but never less than 15 years.
No one can actively or passively support discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training,
promotion, termination or retirement based on race, nationality, origin, religion, age, disability,
gender, marital status, sexual orientation, union membership or political affiliation. Suppliers and Contractors must comply fully with local laws regarding equality of employment
Internal and external communication is based on credibility, openness, respect and an active dialogue with employees, media and other stakeholders. Physical abuse or discipline, the threat of physical abuse, sexual or other harassment and verbal abuse or other forms of intimidation shall not be accepted.