Inline with Sustainable Development Goals
There are numerous ways our impact can be measured, reflecting the value delivered to our clients, employees, communities, and other stakeholders. We also endeavour to align our corporate sustainability strategy and community impact engagements to support the UN Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs). The following details reflect the UN SDGs that we aim to continue making the most significant impact toward across our business:
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Good health & well-being
Contributing to a healthy life for people by development of regulatory concepts and clinical development of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines for various companies.
Embedding diversity and inclusion into a culture by employing of more than 64% of women employees in our workforce.
Affordable & clean energy
Constantly increasing share of green energy in our energy consumption portfolio. Around 25% of our energy comes from renewable sources.
Decent Work and Economic Growth
Ensuring no unfair labour practice is followed in the value chain, we have audited our 26 suppliers on our Supplier Code of Conduct. We have strict policies for harresment and discrimination and we have taken various initiatives to promote good health, safety and wellbeing for our employees.
Responsible consumption & production
Endorsing the concept of ‘Reduce-Reuse-Recycle’ by redirecting our wastes to recycling or donation to Charities.
Reducing our ecological footprint through various initiatives like usage of virtual server to save hardware resources, reusable booth set-ups for global events, QR codes to inform on our services to enhance a paperless environment, funding for afforestation activities.
Our goal is to build a sustainable business for the future and our suppliers hold a key position in helping us to reach this goal. Our New Supplier Code of Conduct lays down guidelines for our suppliers to abide by PharmaLex standards on Human rights and Environment protection.
The world today is shifting towards sustainable development to efficiently tackle challenges and risk. Businesses being no exception, are much concerned about sustainable operation in-order to create long term value for their organizations.
PharmaLex believes that it is important for an organizations and employees to operate with good business ethics to avoid legal and regulatory problems. However, it’s also vital to exhibit strong ethical behavior to maintain a positive reputation with employees, the public and customers.