After being certified with standard ISO 9001, we decided to take another important step towards our staff’s’ well-being and safeguarding: to be certified with the Quality Management of Social Accountability based on the international standard SA 8000. This standard aims at enhancing working conditions throughout an organizational system intended to:
- maintain and improve the control over situations that represent a threat to staff’s rights, included suppliers.
- show also outside the company ( to customers, suppliers, public administration, community etc.) That we are in line with both statutory and standard SA8000 requirements.
We will be obliged to inform outsiders, every year, about results achieved in this regard and to set new goals in order to improve. Our company intends therefore to confirm and carry out initiatives to:
- promote health and safety on workplace
- to respect freedom of association, trade union rights, the right of collective bargaining
- fight against child labor, forced labor, any kind of discrimination and disciplinary practices not provided by Workers’ Statue of Rights
- respect working hours
- respect wage levels
We are committed to promote and consolidate these values and to work in the respect of them, not only among our personnel, but also towards collaborators and suppliers. Indeed, standard SA8000 requires to maintain preferential trade relations with organisations that recognise the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and that work in full compliance with the State Laws on workers’ rights.