Unibep SA cooperates with thousands of companies – suppliers and subcontractors who are involved in the entire construction process. This applies to all sectors of the construction industry – the production of wooden buildings, commercial and residential facilities and infrastructure facilities. We maintain partnerships with a range of companies. It is important for us to ensure the highest OHS, quality and environmental standards. We also require suppliers and subcontractors to achieve their economic goals in accordance with the rules of law, ethics and human rights.

Our contractors should also promote, among their employees, appreciation and respect for human rights and public freedoms contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They should observe all the standards of integrity, compliance with the law and avoid any form of corruption. This also applies to compliance with employees' rights, in particular employment under a contract of employment or under civil law contracts.

Companies interested in establishing cooperation with Unibep SA should fill out the questionnaire below. All data entered in the form will allow us to assess the contractor's potential in terms of our needs and requirements. Data from the questionnaire will be kept in our database and will serve the management of construction sites or individual departments of Unibep SA as a source of information and they will contact you directly to discuss potential cooperation.

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Unibep S.A. with its registered office in Bielsku Podlaski at ul. 3 Maja 19 acts as the data controller. Personal data provided in this questionnaire is collected by Unibep S.A. exclusively for processing purposes in order to perform the “Business Partner Qualification” service. This data will not be made available to data recipients within the meaning of Article 7 item 6 of the Act on Personal Data Protection. Each candidate has the right to access and correct their own data. Data are provided voluntarily by the persons concerned, and failure to provide data will be viewed as disqualifying.