New ambitions for sustainability work

We have high ambitions: we want to be a driving force behind a sustainable change in our industry, as well as looking to reduce our carbon footprint. We are now picking up the pace, and the way forward will feature methodical work focusing on standardised processes and a high degree of centralisation.

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Ramudden Nordics & Baltics’ sustainability work is undertaken systematically in line with our strategic plan and our management systems for the environment (ISO 14001), quality (ISO 9001) and occupational health and safety (ISO 45001). The responsibility for sustainability work lies with our sustainability group within Ramudden Nordics & Baltics, which has representatives from the respective
We currently monitor and report key performance indicators for accident statistics, personnel and CO₂ emissions (scope 1 and 2). We also report annually on sustainability to our owner, Triton.
Like most other players, we are impacted by the EU’s increasingly stringent regulations. In future years, we will need to align ourselves with the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD), among other items of legislation. This will involve big changes and challenges, but it will also act as a lever helping us work in a smarter, more efficient way.
From 2025, we will be subject to the new CSRD reporting rules, and 2024 will therefore be a pilot year where we at Ramudden Nordics & Baltics begin reporting to Ramudden Global.
We have identified three focus areas for the sustainability work at Ramudden Nordics & Baltics. These are based on our risk analysis conducted in line with our Karma management system, and the ISO standards for quality (9001), environment (14001) and occupational health and safety (45001). We have taken into account the stakeholder dialogue and our owner Triton’s sustainability requirements. In addition, the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development help us see beyond the everyday detail and keep our work on track.

Focus areas:

Responsible relations and financial stability

Goal 9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure: Ramudden protects its work sites when infrastructure is maintained and expanded. In this focus area, we work with digitalisation and innovation to constantly boost quality and efficiency. This makes both our own operations and our customers’ operations more sustainable.
Goal 11 - Sustainable cities and communities: Ramudden contributes to greater general safety by protecting work sites on infrastructure projects and at construction sites when our cities are subject to sustainable development. In the focus area, we are involved – via various initiatives – in industry issues and the development of regulations for further improving safety in our cities.

Health and safety and social responsibility

Goal 3 - Good health and well-being: Our work site safety solutions help reduce deaths and injuries resulting from accidents in connection with roadworks, construction and civil engineering works. Our health and wellness initiatives also contribute to employee wellbeing within the focus area, as does our support for the sports movement and non-profit organisations.
Goal 4 - Quality education: Ramudden invests in education and training for employees and offers the same as a service to its customers. The focus area includes our efforts to raise the level of safety awareness both internally and in the industry in general.
Goal 10 - Reduced inequalities: Our conviction that everyone is of equal value guides us in our work to promote diversity, counter discrimination, increase equality and create a work environment in which employees feel safe.

Environmental and climate impact

Goal 13 - Climate action: Ramudden is working to become a more climate-friendly organisation. In the focus area, we map our impact and have set ourselves the target of reducing CO₂ emissions in line with the Paris Agreement. We are modernising our fleet, choosing more climate-smart fuels and optimising transport operations.
Do you have questions about our sustainability work? Get in touch with Head of Sustainability: 

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