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A good reputation is an
essential immaterial resource. Awareness of the social and environmental
impacts of the Company's activities, together with the importance of a
cooperative approach with stakeholders, drive Alcooltest Marketing Italy's
activities both in private and public sector (Institutional, industrial
Indeed, the company aims at developing a relationship based on trust with all individuals whose interests are affected by its activities, always maintaining an ethical behavior. This is why Alcooltest's Corporate Governance is based on a system of rules of conduct for its own internal organization and for relations with third parties.
A set of rules that are in line with standards required by the market and by the domestic and international regulatory framework. Moreover, when managing the economic, social and environmental parameters that characterize its Corporate Social Responsibility, Alcooltest Marketing Italy applies the same commitment and the same methods used for business governance.
In order to ensure this commitment, every year the Company defines its objectives and priorities related to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), in accordance with the strategic plans of the Company.
The Code of Ethics is the pillar of CSR, and since 2003, it summarizes Alcooltest Marketing Italy's commitments and responsibilities in the conduct of its affairs by regulating and harmonizing the behavior of all employees according to standards based on the utmost transparency and fairness towards the market and the stakeholders.
The Code of Ethics consists in:
1. General Principles in relations with stakeholders
They define the values which inspire the Company's actions. In particular, they include honesty, impartiality, confidentiality, safeguarding shareholder value, value of human resources, transparent and complete information, quality of services, environmental protection and responsibility towards the community.
2. Criteria of Conduct in relations with each category of stakeholders
They offers guidelines and rules that Company's co-workers must observe to comply with general principles and prevent the risk of unethical behavior. In particular, they include criteria of conduct in relations with shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, communities.
3. Implementation procedures
They describe the monitoring system that is necessary to ensure compliance with the Code of Ethics. The Audit Department is entrusted with the task of seeing that the Code of Ethics is applied and observed. To this end it carries out specific activities (for example analyzing and assessing the processes of ethical-risk control, as well as receiving and analyzing reports of violations of the Code). These activities are carried out with the assistance of the corporate departments concerned.