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International standards

The Group operates with the conviction that business activities must be conducted in a way that considers the expectations of stakeholders, in keeping with the principles established by internationally recognised standards.

In defining and implementing its sustainability strategy and programmes, the Group is inspired by the guidelines issued by the main global guidance and standardisation organisations in the field of Corporate Responsibility. The system of sustainability management also takes into account the principal reference regulations and international standards:

European Commission directives, recommendations and communications

The OECD guidelines directed at multinational enterprises

The ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certificates governing quality and environmental management systems

 

Principles of the International Labour Organization (ILO) Conventions on respecting the fundamental rights of workers

 

 

The Social AccountAbility 8000 standard (SA 8000), aimed at promoting respect for human rights and working conditions by companies and their supply chains

 

Sustainability Reporting Standards of the GRI, comprehensive option

AA1000 AccountAbility Principles Standard (APS 2008) drawn up by AccountAbility, an international organisation which promotes collaboration between stakeholders, and lays down standards and guidelines on matters of sustainability

 

Management system ISO 26000 for private and public organisations of all sizes.