Norðurál's parent company, Century Aluminum, and all its subsidiaries, have made a commitment to ethical conduct and lawful business practices worldwide. US and international laws and regulations prohibit corrupt practices and transactions, such as misleading or fraudulent accounting and reporting, and improper gifts or favors.
Detailed policy documents establish standards and protocols to ensure compliance with legal and social requirements for the ethical conduct of an honest and reputable company.
Code of Ethics
Century Aluminum Company, parent company of Norðurál, and all its subsidiaries, commit to strictly apply and follow stringent requirements for honesty, integrity and propriety in all its operations, transactions and conduct. All members of management are signatories to the company Code of Ethics and committed to maintain the company's high standards of honesty and integrity.
No empleoyee may promise, give, or accept gifts, benefits, compensation, or favor, to parties public or private, or to a spouse, partner or child, personally or through an intermediary, that may create a conflict of interest, or undue gain, or improperly influence decision making. Company employees and their immediate family members may not demand or accept compensation in any form beyond the proper and honest practice of business transactions.