The com­pa­ny Woertz AG has been acti­ve in envi­ron­men­tal poli­cy for years and intends to con­ti­nue to com­ply with the laws in the future. Many pro­jects have alrea­dy been imple­men­ted in this area and fur­ther pro­jects are being plan­ned. Woertz AG will con­ti­nue to adhe­re to this high stan­dard and car­ry out new envi­ron­men­tal pro­jects in the area of ener­gy manage­ment of the buil­ding and production.

Only new tech­no­lo­gies can gene­ra­te savings. We are con­stant­ly inte­re­sted in adap­ting new tech­no­lo­gies to save ener­gy. The use of con­flict mine­rals is not pro­hi­bi­ted, but works on the princip­le of “name and shame”. The pur­po­se of this regu­la­ti­on is to pre­vent com­pa­nies from finan­cing armed con­flicts with the raw mate­ri­als they use in order to avoid repu­ta­tio­nal risk.



As a Swiss fami­ly busi­ness, Woertz is com­mit­ted to Swiss values: qua­li­ty in pro­ducts and ser­vices, inno­va­ti­on and inge­nui­ty in rese­arch and deve­lo­p­ment, relia­bi­li­ty towards custo­mers and employees.

Woertz AG and its employees com­ply with the laws and regu­la­ti­ons of the coun­try in which they ope­ra­te. Regu­la­ti­ons app­li­ca­ble in all coun­tries whe­re the acti­vi­ties are car­ri­ed out.

Woertz app­lies a human resour­ces poli­cy that com­plies with the law and respects the rights of indi­vi­du­als and indi­vi­du­al and collec­ti­ve freedoms.

Woertz scru­pu­lous­ly com­plies with legis­la­ti­on desi­gned to pro­hi­bit infrin­ge­ments of the free play of competition.

Beha­viours or facts that can be qua­li­fied acti­ve or pas­si­ve cor­rup­ti­on, or com­pli­ci­ty in influ­ence peddling or com­pli­ci­ty in favou­ri­tism are not tole­ra­ted by Woertz AG in the award, nego­tia­ti­on and exe­cu­ti­on of public or pri­va­te contracts.

Woertz com­mu­ni­ca­tes trans­par­ent­ly and reli­ab­ly with its part­ners and stakeholders.

Labor and human rights

Inte­gri­ty, health and well-being of our employees are important con­cerns for us. Safe­ty and health issu­es are trea­ted with the same  prio­ri­ty as que­sti­ons of qua­li­ty, pro­duc­ti­vi­ty and pro­fi­ta­bi­li­ty. In all acti­vi­ties and pro­ducts, we actively ensu­re safe­ty and the pro­tec­tion of health. A secu­ri­ty mis­si­on state­ment can only be effec­ti­ve if it is known to the staff, can be lived and is demon­stra­ted by the supervisors.

The secu­ri­ty system ensu­res this sustaina­bi­li­ty. In addi­ti­on, it sum­ma­ri­zes the most important requi­re­ments in the area of ​​occup­a­tio­nal safe­ty and health pro­tec­tion into a han­dy working tool. For employ­ers and safe­ty pro­fes­sio­nals, it is a prac­ti­cal help to take their respon­si­bi­li­ties and to con­ti­nuous­ly impro­ve the safe­ty and health in the company.

We give our employees the oppor­tu­ni­ty to con­stant­ly impro­ve and fur­ther edu­ca­te them­sel­ves. With our scho­l­ar­ship pro­gram we also pro­mo­te know­ledge and rese­arch in the elec­tri­cal indu­stry among stu­dents. Through the moral princi­ples and give our employees and custo­mers the best pos­si­ble sup­port. We pro­du­ce in Switz­er­land for the spe­cial requi­re­ments of Swiss custo­mers. We will con­ti­nue along this path in the future.


Sustainab­le procurement

Woertz AG main­ly works with sup­pliers who are ISO-cer­ti­fied in order to meet basic qua­li­ty requi­re­ments and to be lar­ge­ly envi­ron­ment­al­ly neu­tral.

Pro­cu­re­ment takes mea­su­res for an effi­ci­ent use of resour­ces. Alrea­dy during pro­duct deve­lo­p­ment, long-term usa­bi­li­ty in com­bi­na­ti­on with recy­c­la­bi­li­ty is important.

When pro­cu­ring mate­ri­als, Woertz obser­ves the Reach and Rohs regu­la­ti­ons to pro­tect peop­le and the envi­ron­ment from the risks that can ari­se from che­mi­cals.

The use of con­flict raw mate­ri­als is not pro­hi­bi­ted, but works accord­ing to the “name and shame” princip­le. This regu­la­ti­on is inten­ded to ensu­re that com­pa­nies do not finan­ce armed con­flicts with the raw mate­ri­als they use, in order not to risk reputations.

Alt­hough Woertz Han­dels AG is not sub­ject to the reporting requi­re­ments of the abo­ve law, we are awa­re of the import­ance of this regu­la­ti­on for our inter­na­tio­nal cli­ents. For this rea­son, Woertz AG aims to avoid purcha­sing mate­ri­al ori­gi­na­ting from the named are­as and thus direct­ly or indi­rect­ly finan­cing or favo­ring armed groups in the DRC or its neigh­bo­ring sta­tes. Wit­hin the scope of our capa­bi­li­ties and in coope­ra­ti­on with our sup­pliers, we work to achie­ve the necessa­ry trans­pa­ren­cy in order to pro­vi­de our custo­mers with reli­able infor­ma­ti­on. Accord­ing to our fin­dings, we do not use any raw mate­ri­als from the DRC or its neigh­bo­ring states.

The use of con­flict mine­rals is not pro­hi­bi­ted, but works on the princip­le of “name and shame”. The pur­po­se of this regu­la­ti­on is to pre­vent com­pa­nies from finan­cing armed con­flicts with the raw mate­ri­als they use in order to avoid repu­ta­tio­nal risk.

Con­flict Mine­rals State­ment by Woertz AG


The ori­en­ta­ti­on and ori­en­ta­ti­on of our inte­gra­ted manage­ment system has been deve­lo­ped for many years from the goals of cor­po­ra­te poli­cy and imple­men­ted in the sen­se of growth.

Our poli­cy is based on trend-set­ting and future-ori­en­ted ide­as. They rela­te to our custo­mers, sup­pliers, the public and our ope­ra­ti­ons. We com­ply with legal requi­re­ments regar­ding pro­duct safe­ty, occup­a­tio­nal safe­ty and envi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion. The expo­sed loca­ti­on means for the com­pa­ny not only to ful­fill the envi­ron­ment­al­ly rele­vant requi­re­ments beyond the legal requi­re­ments, but also to pro­du­ce in har­mo­ny with the local resi­dents.

The con­cen­tra­ti­on on our busi­ness fiel­ds and the expan­si­on of know-how are of gre­at import­ance to us. With our pro­ducts we want to occu­py a lea­ding posi­ti­on in the mar­ket and rank our­sel­ves among the best pro­vi­ders. Our work is focu­sed on con­ti­nuous impro­ve­ment and deve­lo­p­ment of our qua­li­ty manage­ment system and our pro­ducts, as well as pro­ces­ses. As a basis for future-ori­en­ted busi­ness pro­ces­ses, we always want to cul­ti­va­te a part­nership based on “insi­de” and “out­side” and a func­tio­n­ing qua­li­ty manage­ment system. Thus, we want to incre­a­se the satis­fac­tion of our busi­ness part­ners and employees and gain new busi­ness partners.