Fennovoima Policies

Fennovoima Code of Conduct and the Company Policy define the responsible way of operation of Fennovoima. Fennovoima Company Policy supports our mission, vision and strategy and presents how we promote our core value nuclear safety by behaving according to our four principles: awareness, transparency, commitment, and continuous improvement. The Company Policy defines the principles, according to which, Fennovoima takes care of nuclear and radiation safety in its functions, ensures quality of its activities and products and secures working environment. It includes aspects related to nuclear and radiation safety and quality, human resources, occupational health and safety, security, environment, and communication.

Communication

Fennovoima wants to be a credible and reliable company. To support this goal we communicate diversely and clearly about the matters in our company and Hanhikivi 1 -project. The purpose of all communication at Fennovoima is to further the project with our stakeholders and to maintain and strengthen the reputation of the company.

The legitimization of the project is granted by the Finnish government and parliament and therefore, the corporate citizenship and responsibilities related to this position are essential.

Corporate Security

The objective of the corporate security is to support the Fennovoima's main targets by ensuring a secure working environment. The goal is to be prepared for disturbances and to make sure that the company can recover from any undesired situation as quickly as possible.

In Fennovoima, corporate security is divided into the security of operations, information security, personnel security, physical security, crime prevention, fire protection and preparedness.

Environment

Fennovoima's management and personnel are required to comply with the environmental principles in their daily work. Fennovoima requires all personnel to act in accordance with the guidelines drawn up on the basis of the company policy, and to be aware of the environmental impact of their own work, and to assume responsibility for their eventual minimization. Fennovoima also expects its partners to support the implementation of the environmental principles of the company policy.

Human Resources

The company policy defines the principles of resourcing, competence management and development, wellbeing management and compensation. The company policy covers Fennovoima’s own personnel and in addition in-house consult resources.

Information Security

The company policy defines the principles of information security in Fennovoima and the responsibilities and authorizations to ensure business continuity and to minimize the risk of damage by preventing security incidents and reducing their potential impact.

Nuclear Safety

The company policy defines the principles, according to which, Fennovoima takes care of nuclear and radiation safety in design, procurement, construction, operation, decommissioning and other functions and activities of its nuclear power plant.

Occupational Health and Safety

The company policy defines the principles followed by the management and personnel of Fennovoima to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for themselves and their colleagues. Fennovoima also requires its partners to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety principles when working in Fennovoima premises.

Fennovoima has committed to the principles of zero-incidents. The commitment of Fennovoima is manifested as taking care of sufficient resources, setting clear and measurable targets and the consistent management of activities as occupational accidents and diseases can be prevented with the right proactive measures.

Quality

Nuclear and radiation safety takes priority in all of Fennovoima's activities. In order to ensure safety, Fennovoima sets high criteria for the quality of its activities. The company policy specifies the principles, according to which, Fennovoima ensures the quality of its activities and products, and sees that the expectations of its stakeholders are met. The quality criteria for activities and products are set according to their significance with regard to safety.