Through its Vision, Mission, Values and Objectives (VMVO) initiative – Decoustics, part of CertainTeed Corporation, parent company Saint-Gobain, strives to be the preferred choice for innovative acoustical building products and systems by delivering a Superior Customer Experience to a broader market through the development of exceptional team performance and world-class processes.
“What we aspire to be”
To be THE Reference for sustainable Habitat.
“What we do to achieve our Vision”
To deliver a superior customer experience by developing innovative construction and renovation solutions that make living and working environments more energy efficient, comfortable, healthy and aesthetically superior; achieved though cross business collaboration, teamwork and world-class processes.
Principles of Conduct
- Dedication to quality, service and customer satisfaction
- Continuous improvement
- Trust, respect, and integrity
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Empowerment with accountability
Principles of Action
- An absolute commitment to safety
- Respect for the law
- Respect for the environment
- Progress through people
The Saint-Gobain Group has developed a number of shared principles applied by both management and employees that have guided the Group’s activities over the years.
5 Principles of Conduct
- Professional commitment
- Respect for others
4 Principles of Action
- Respect for the law
- Caring for the environment
- Worker health and safety
- Employee rights
To download complete guide click here: General Principles of Conduct and Action of the Saint-Gobain Group
Purchasers and Suppliers Charters
As an extension to the General Principles of Conduct and Action, the Purchasers Charter is to help you comprehend the rules of behavior and action to follow in order to act in a responsible manner in your daily activity. The Suppliers Charter formalizes Saint-Gobain’s commitments to our suppliers and sub-contractors and invites them to adhere to these commitments. It is of the responsibility of the purchaser to promote The Charter to all suppliers and to make sure that The Charter is properly understood and applied.
For more information on doing business with us, please visit this external link: Corporate Doctrine