The SPSC Certification Service – UK – Code of Conduct
(with effect from 26th Sep 2022)

At The SPSC Certification Service – UK, we wish to be responsible towards people, environment, economy, quality, technology, law, ethics and culture. This is embedded in our celeste © framework.


We follow United  Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Click here for pdf copy –


We wish to use United Nations guiding principles on business and human rights. Click here for the pdf copy –

The SPSC Certification Service – UK and its staff are fully committed to the principle of honesty, integrity, and fair play in the services to the public. We wish to provide our customers with value and deal with them fairly. We wish to act with integrity and do everything possible to provide great service to our customers, either directly or by supporting the work of other individuals or business units.

We will respect the rights, culture and dignity of all individuals and adhere to the principles of equity and non-discrimination while dealing with customers, ambassadors, and others.


We wish to support United Nations Environment Programme ( which focus on:

  • Air
  • Biosafety
  • Chemicals & waste
  • Climate change
  • Disasters and conflicts
  • Ecosystems and biodiversity
  • Energy
  • Extractives
  • Forests
  • Gender
  • Green economy
  • Oceans and seas
  • Resource efficiency
  • Technology
  • Transport
  • Water


We wish to follow United Nations ethical framework for our business. Click here for the pdf copy –


We wish to follow The Chartered Quality Institute – CQI’s Framework. Click here for the pdf copy –


We wish to support the following standards:

    • meets user needs
    • is better for environment
    • is easier to share
    • is easy to maintain
    • is scalable for future use
    • is less dependent on single third-party suppliers
    • provides better value for money


We will follow all applicable international and national laws. In case of conflict of laws, we will use a law which benefits people, environment and economy, and have no unfavourable effects on the society.


Based on our geographical presence or association, we wish to support local culture which includes:

    • Language
    • Symbols
    • Norms
    • Values
    • Artifacts
    • Marriage & Family
    • Games and Leisure
    • Economy & Trade
    • Customs
    • Festivals
    • Cuisine / Food
    • Holidays
    • Arts & Literature
    • Lifestyle
    • Natural Heritage
    • Food Heritage