Polestar is an electric performance car brand determined to improve the society we live in. We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standard, acting with integrity in order to earn and maintain the trust of our customers, stakeholders, colleagues, and the communities in which we operate.
Our Code of Conduct is the basis for how we act. It outlines and describes the commitments and principles which apply to the Polestar group and our employees.Download
Our Business Partner Code of Conduct is our standard for business conduct which we expect our business partners to follow.Download
Our Modern Slavery Statement sets out the steps that Polestar takes to address modern slavery and human trafficking in its supply chains.Download
Polestar is committed to fostering a speak up culture, characterized by openness, integrity and accountability. This is essential to identify, act on and prevent unethical behaviour or wrongdoing.
To help both internal and external individuals (such as business partners, customers, other third parties involved with Polestar) to report suspected severe violations of rules, Polestar has implemented a reporting channel called SpeakUp. Severe violations include, for example, suspected corruption, fraud, breaches of competition law, environmental law or other legal provisions. Polestar’s Compliance & Ethics function receives reports from SpeakUp and decides on appropriate investigative actions. Anonymous reports are possible, where permitted under local laws.Report a concern in Polestar’s reporting tool SpeakUp
Our position on conflict minerals addresses the challenges linked to their mining, manufacturing and use, and lays out how Polestar works to manage conflict mineral risks within our global supply chains.Download
The Polestar Conflict Minerals Report and our yearly conflict mineral campaign on the “3TG” minerals – tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold – aim to help promote smelters validated to conform with the Responsible Minerals Assurance Process (RMAP), and thereby stem trade associated with the risk of financing armed conflict and mining with forced labour.
Conflict minerals compliance is the process of conducting mandatory due diligence to identify the source of 3TG, the so-called conflict minerals. The Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) is a standardised reporting template developed by the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI), of which Polestar is member. CMRT facilitates the transfer of information through the supply chain regarding a mineral’s country of origin and the smelters and refiners being utilised.Download