The quality of our services and our commitment to the customer relationship will create extraordinary value for our customers in their local process. 

Our projects and delivery of advice should be characterized by a quality- and service level that exceeds the customer’s expectations. We manage our projects with great respect for the agreed schedule, budget and other customer-specific requirements.

Our goal is for our customers to remember us at Workpoint as a company with very high competence, extensive experience, high quality and last but not least, a very big heart and commitment.



Through active environmental and sustainability work, Workpoint will contribute to a long-term sustainable society and a better world.

Our goal is to minimize the environmental impact, both in our projects and in other commitments.
We also impose these requirements on our subcontractors and partners.

Compliance with laws and regulations is a minimum requirement. Caring for the environment should permeate our entire business and by working on these issues long-term, we also contribute to long-term profitability for us and our customers.



Through our signed customer agreements, Workpoint guarantees that full privacy and confidentiality applies to Workpoint’s employees both during and after completed projects. This also applies to any approved subcontractors, where this is regulated in a subcontract agreement signed by both parties.

Workpoint complies with the provisions of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The regulation is a new law that will apply throughout the EU from May 25, 2018. This, together with the Data Protection Act, replaces the Personal Data Act (PUL). The aim is to improve the protection of the individual in the processing of personal data, and to create a uniform regulatory framework within the EU.

Workpoint takes the protection of your personal data seriously and is therefore protected when you visit our website. You should therefore know when we collect data, what data it is and how we use it. We have taken measures to ensure that the data protection regulations are followed by both us and our suppliers.

Workpoint Sweden AB, corporate identity number 556760–3401, is responsible for personal data for the personal data collected and processed by Workpoint Sweden AB.


Additional information on GDPR

Personal information means information about your identity. This includes information such as name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. It is not necessary to enter such information in order to use our website. In some cases, however, name and address are required, as well as additional information in order to perform the service you desire from us.

This applies, for example, if you order a service or fill out a contact form. In addition, we only store and use information that you give us voluntarily or automatically.

If you use our services, we only collect the information we need to perform the services. The use of personal data is done exclusively to be able to perform desired services and to protect one’s legitimate business interests.

The personal data that you make available, are collected, processed and used solely for the purposes for which you have been informed. Your information will not be disclosed to third parties without your consent.

Collection of personal data is done only within the framework of applicable legislation.
Our employees and the subcontractors hired by us are committed to confidentiality and to comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act.

If you have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, alternative information, suggestions or complaints, you are welcome to contact Workpoint at info@workpoint.se.