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Lerøy thank you for your for inquiries received today on the basis of «Act on companies' openness and work with basic human rights and decent working conditions» («Transparency Act») § 6.
Section 6 of the Transparency Act provides "the right to information from an enterprise on how the enterprise handles actual and potential negative consequences pursuant to section 4".
As further stipulated in Section 7 of the Transparency Act, Lerøy will respond to the inquiry within a reasonable time and no later than three weeks after we received the information request.
If the amount or type of information requested makes it disproportionately burdensome for Lerøy to answer the information request within three weeks, the inquiry will be answered within two months after the information request has been received. In that case, you will receive written information about the extension of the deadline, the reason for the extension, and when the information can be expected, no later than within three weeks after the information request has been received.
If we find ourselves forced to reject an information request, we will at the same time inform about the legal basis for the refusal, the access and the deadline for demanding further justification for the refusal and information about the Norwegian Consumer Agency as a supervisory and guidance body.
If you are rejected on the submitted information request, you can, within three weeks of the rejection being received, demand to receive a more detailed justification for the refusal. The justification will then be given in writing, as soon as possible and no later than within three weeks after the request for further justification was received.
You can read more about our work with human rights and decent working conditions in our Sustainability library here.
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