Social Responsibility



Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) company policy refers to our responsibility towards our environment. At TTP Group we believe in growing responsible and sustainable. Our CSR company policy defines the non-negotiables for all our employees. It codifies our values, making clear what is expected from our people. Through living our policy, we will bring our values and purpose to life, every day in everything we do. Our company’s existence is not lonely. It is part of a bigger system of people, values, other organizations, and nature.


Our CSR company policy outlines our efforts to give back to the world as it gives to us.


This policy applies to our company and its subsidiaries.


We want to be a responsible business partner that meets the highest standards of ethics and professionalism. Our company’s social responsibility falls under two categories: compliance and proactiveness. Compliance refers to our company’s commitment to legality and willingness to observe community values. Proactiveness is every initiative to promote human rights, help communities and protect our natural environment. TTP Group’s CSR efforts are coordinated by the TTP Group SDG-Team which is governed by a steering team of representatives from all TTP Group branches founded in 2020. TTP Group CSR efforts and activities comprise supporting local communities, educating and empowering workers, and addressing the issues of gender equality and minorities within the company. Moreover, our operative companies work to reduce energy consumption. Sustainable sourcing represents an additional CSR issue that TTP Group aims to address within the scope of its operations.

1.1 Legality

Our company will:

Respect the
Honor its internal
Ensure that all its business operations are
Employees must always comply with the applicable laws and regulations of the
countries where the operative branch
is located or operates.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Timely legal consultation is essential to ensure that TTP
Groups’ legitimate business interests and opportunities are protected. The TTP
Group Approval Policy sets out when
employees must seek legal advice
from TTP Groups’ Legal Team. Further employees must seek advice where they
see possible conflicts with laws e.g., export control law.
1.2 Business Ethics
There is both a business and a moral case for ensuring that human rights are
upheld across TTP Group’s opera
tions. TTP Group is committed to
ensuring that all employees work in an environment that promotes diversity and
where there is mutual trust, respect for human rights, and equal opportunity, and no
unlawful discrimination or
victimization. We will always conduct
business with integrity and respect to human rights.
We will promote:
a) Safety, fair, and highly effective working processes
TTP Group’s reputation and success are founded upon providing safe high-quality
engineering services that meet all

applicable standards and regulations, both internal and external within the end-to-end value
All employees have a role to play in ensuring that the
services we provide meet and /or exceed the
of our customers.
Support team leaders to ensure that everyone they work
with, including contractors and visitors, are
with and follow applicable health and safety
procedures and instructions
Apply effective processes to measure and record
process performance and, where appropriate, take
preventative steps or
corrective action to
assure great quality experiences for our customers.
Promptly and proactively report all safety or quality
concerns to their Project-Manager.
All project managers have overall operational
responsibility for health and safety at their location and
Establish and maintain appropriate health and safety at
work management system for their sites and their teams,
including the appointment of
committees, managers,
competent experts, and a system for gathering
Identify health and safety hazards and manage/control
risks arising from their team and their site’s routine and
planned operations, activities, and
Report mandatory Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) via
an Internal Safety, Health, and Environment reporting
Report all incidents, accidents, and near misses in
with reporting requirements, including thorough
investigation, follow-up, and communication of lessons
b) Respect, dignity, and fair treatment
Business can only flourish in societies where human rights are
respected, upheld, and advanced. TTP Group
recognizes that
each operative TTP Group brand has the responsibility to respect human rights and the ability to
contribute to positive human rights impacts.
We are a committed equal opportunity employer and will abide by
all fair labor practices. We will ensure that our
activities do
not directly or indirectly violate human rights in any country.
We ensure that all employees are provided with fair wages
including a total remuneration package that meets or exceeds legal minimum standards or appropriate
prevailing industry standards, and that remuneration terms established by legally binding collective
agreements are implemented and adhered to.
We maintain a clear and transparent system of employee and
communication that enables employees to consult and have an
effective dialogue with management for example
through our People
Appraisal – People Dialogue.
We are in the process of setting up a transparent, fair, and
confidential procedure for employees to raise relevant
This will further employees to come forward and discuss any situation where they believe they have
been discriminated against or treated unfairly or without respect or
dignity. This process will be implemented
before the end of 2021.
Until then we provide a worry box (Kummerkasten) where anonymous concerns can
be raised and alternatively our employees can raise concerns directly with our Human
Resources team
c) Anti-bribery and anti-corruption practices
TTP Group’s commitment to doing business with integrity requires consistently
high global standards: our zero-to
lerance approach towards bribery
and corruption applies to all operations, regardless of local business practices, and
prohibits both public and commercial bribery (e.g., to or from any third party).
Employees must:
Always make clear, internally and when dealing with third
parties, that TTP Group and its operative brands have
zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption and will not (directly or indirectly) offer, pay, seek, or
a payment, gift, or favor to improperly influence a
business outcome.
Immediately notify their Supervisor or the higher Management if
they become aware of any suggested or actual
payment or other
transaction which has the potential to be in breach of this policy.
1.3 Examples of Corporate Social Responsibility
a) Protecting the environment
TTP Group recognizes the need to protect the natural
environment. We are committed to making continuous
in the management of our environmental impacts.
Among other things, we work with external partners to promote
environmental protection throughout our value
chain, improve our
stakeholders’ understanding of environmental issues, and share best practices with other
companies. We will readily act to promote our identity as a socially aware and
responsible business. Thus, we
have committed to the United
Nations Global Compact.
We comply with applicable environmental legislation and
regulations. As TTP we always try to do more. Therefore,
constantly educate our employees to be more aware of their energy consumption since we strongly believe that
everyone at TTP Group has a role to play. Moreover, our operative
companies work to reduce energy consumption
and derive energy
from alternative sources. Our CSR policy thus outlines our individual and shared responsibilities
to the environment and is implemented through the environmental
pillars of the TTP Group’s SDG-Team.
b) This Environment Policy commits us to:
Embed environmental risks into our wider risk identification
and mitigation processes
Refresh our materiality assessment periodically, which includes
considering current and future environmental
Set targets for continuous improvement and put in place
environmental safety and sustainability programs.
c) Innovation
Work to identify opportunities to minimize the potential environmental impacts
of TTP Group activities.
TTP Group’s Car Fleet:
Focus on continually increasing fleet efficiency and reducing emissions. We started by
setting up programs for our
employees to use e-bikes to commute and
plan to establish more changes in our fleet over time.

2.1 Donations and aid

Our company may preserve a budget to make monetary donations. These donations will
aim to:

Advance education
Community Events

2.2 Educating and Empowering People

TTP Group may initiate and support community investment and
educational programs. Our subsidiaries in
Switzerland and Germany
collaborate with local schools, colleges, and universities to assist young people in
choosing their future careers, being an advocate for our industry. We further provide
options for students to
do a dual degree with our subsidiaries
and further provide expert knowledge by having our employees giving
lectures at universities.
We will actively invest in R&D. We will be open to
suggestions and listen carefully to ideas. Our company will
to continuously improve the way it operates.
We ensure excellent quality with our self-developed tools and
methods that have been tried and tested, some
of them over many
WeTHINK: 900 employees with many ideas, wishes, and
suggestions. Via our WeTHINK box, a suggestion can
become a
reality tomorrow.
WeLEARN: Knowledge transfer is one of our biggest success
factors. TTP Group has launched the WeLEARN
Academy. It is our
group-wide internal training program that provides employees at all levels access to face-to-face
and digital learning solutions. We are very proud that so many of our
employees share their knowledge and offer
internal training for
everyone – either as classroom training or online. In addition, we offer external training in the
areas of consulting, project management, and leadership.
WeSHARE: Our internal collaboration platform is the heart
through which global and local information, news,
discussions via our Communities of Interest (COI) and bundled, documented knowledge pulsate.
We guarantee transparent internal as external communication.
WePLAN: is TTP GROUP’s group-wide project planning model, a
structured database of Good Engineering

Practices fully integrated with our Quality Management System (QMS).
WePLAN: is TTP GROUP’s group-wide project planning model, a
structured database of Good Engineering
Practices fully
integrated with our Quality Management System (QMS).
QMS: Unique Control. We have developed our quality
management system specifically for our client’s requirements.
WeKNOW: is our encyclopedia for cross-brand and
cross-country knowledge transfer, a platform for sharing global and local information. It is the
explanatory part of our quality management system (QMS) and our project planning model
COI: Our 17 Communities of Interest are
cross-location teams of experts who regularly exchange knowledge and work on
solution-oriented new approaches via the TTP Group’s internal platform. In terms of content,
they cover the entire range of services and processes of the two brands, thus expanding both
process expertise and knowledge of plant design and automation.

Disclaimer:This policy is meant to provide general guidelines and should be used as a reference. It may not take into account all relevant local, state, or federal laws and is not a legal document. Neither the author nor TTP Group will assume any legal liability that may arise from the use of this policy.