CODE OF ETHICS
Our Code of Ethics is an explicit declaration of adherence to the highest ethical standards in our work. It states that it is the responsibility of every Galderma employee to “do the right thing, the right way” to ensure the highest standards of integrity. It means that when we create value for our company and its stakeholders, such as the people and communities we serve, we should do so by acting in an ethical and socially responsible way.
Our Supplier Code sets out the standards we require our suppliers to adhere to when conducting business for us. These concern the environment, social aspects and business ethics.
Galderma’s suppliers are invited to use our Source-to-Pay platform, ONEBUY, to streamline all transactions. This platform includes the Coupa Supplier Portal (CSP) tool and is intended to be the single point of contact between Galderma and suppliers.
Participating in our ONEBUY program has numerous benefits, including accelerating invoice processing and payment.
Helpful reference material and videos explaining what the CSP is and how to use it are available here.
See our Purchase Order Terms & Conditions for more information.
Our HCP Code defines how employees and businesses should behave when interacting with healthcare professionals. It is our managers' responsibility to ensure all employees who work with healthcare professionals comply with this Code.
Galderma shall use best efforts to disclose all information required by the applicable national transparency laws, and regulations and/or industry codes. The documents below show the transparency reports of Galderma affiliates that are publishing such information in the context of local EFPIA (European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations) Associations’ Codes. Please note that some countries have published their reports directly on the local websites.
Here you will find the transparency reports we have filed since 2016.
Transparency reports 2020
Transparency reports 2019
Transparency reports 2018
Transparency reports 2017
Transparency reports 2016