For many years the Company Donati S.p.A. (hereinafter referred to as the Company) has been committed to the creation of appropriate prevention and control protocols, to strictly observe laws and regulations in force at all levels of decision-making and operational, to the belief that ethics and transparency in relationships, both with employees and with outsiders, constitute the foundations on which the Company’s success is grounded.
All employees, collaborators, consultants and counterparties must therefore undertake to strictly comply with this Code of Ethics, hereinafter referred to as the Code.
The Company pursues the mission of working in compliance with current regulations, trying to prevent all risks concerning the Health and Safety System, working in compliance with environmental standards, trying to find technological solutions that have the least environmental impact, and is always attentive to operators’ training in order that the staff can work in a healthy environment, protected from dangers deriving from manufacturing operations within the Company.
The Code is subject to updates and changes which are approved by the Company Senior Management.
The Code will therefore be considered as an integral part of the legal relationship of the contract that the aforementioned recipients will stipulate with the Company, and will therefore be reason for recession from the contractual relation, in the event that the Company becomes aware of the recipients’ behavior in violation of the principles and behavioural rules referred to in the Code.
Improper or incorrect use of such is not tolerated for example:
Everyones task is to give importance and above all concreteness to the values contained in the Code of Ethics, and to create a solid corporate group grounded on trust and mutual loyalty.
It is company belief that the dedication and professionalism of its employees are fundamental cornerstones for the achievement of the objectives set by the Company.
The Company is inspired in the exercise of its economic activity to a set of fundamental ethical and moral principles: which must characterize the conduct of all those to whom this document refers, and are defined as recipients:
The Company condemns the abuse and threat of physical abuse, physical disciplinary measures, sexual or other harassment, verbal abuse and any other form of intimidation. Such practices are prohibited. The Company condemns forced labour and any form of non-voluntary work and all workers are free to terminate the employment relationship upon due notice.
The employment of a 16-year-old worker by law is not permitted. Young people under the age of 18 are not employed for night work or in dangerous conditions, according to the standards of current regulations. (Ref. D.Lgs. 81/08 and Law 977 of 17 October 1967 as amended and supplemented by D.Lgs. 345 of 4 August 1999 and by D.Lgs. 262 of 18 August 2000).
The Company does not discriminate at the time of recruitment, on race, caste, nationality of origin, religion, age, disability, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, membership of unions or political parties. The Company strongly condemns, in all activities and in all relationships, any sort of discrimination based on any criterion, concerning race, religion or political belief, or sex, or age. To this end, it undertakes to offer equal opportunities in work and career advancement to all employees, avoiding any form of discrimination. The recognition of results and career advancements must be achieved by professional skills and by those inputs dictated by the abilities of each individual, and not by personal interests. The Company guarantees fair access to training for all parties.
The Company does not prevent workers from joining unions and collective negotiations and adopts an open attitude towards the activities of the trade unions and their organizational activities.
Employee representatives do not suffer any discrimination within the Company and have the right to perform their representative functions in the workplace.
Where the freedom of cooperation and the right to collective negotiations are limited by law, the employer facilitates and does not hinder the development of parallel means for cooperaton and freedom to independent negotiations.
Employee labour law obligations are not by-passed through the use of work contracts, subcontracts, working from home, the abuse of temporary work, apprenticeship programs or fixed long-term work contracts.
The salaries correspond, at a minimum, to the standards of C.C.N.L. Before recruitment, clear written information regarding working conditions salary and details relating to them are provided to all workers.
No deductions from wages are allowed as a disciplinary measure without the expressed consent of the concerned worker and all disciplinary measures are formalized.
Contracts and work assignments must be carried out with the utmost diligence and professionalism, as knowingly agreed, respecting the laws and directives imposed, respecting the role of each individual in the corporate hierarchies, in order to maintain a healthy and decent environment. From this point of view, workers are called to:
The goal of the Company is to meet customer requests based on quality requirements and in compliance with the rules set to protect market competition, also in line with the 9001:2015 standard compliance. The Company therefore requires the recipients of the Code that every relationship is based on correctness, impartiality, professionalism and transparency.
Regarding relationships with the client the Company must avoid arbitrary discrimination in negotiations and provide accurate, complete and truthful information to enable the customer to make knowledgeable decisions.
Furthermore, the Company always aims to provide products increasingly safer in their production by paying attention to the choice of raw materials and by using materials which have less impact on the environment.
The selection of suppliers of any kind is based on criteria determined by objective assessments of not only quality and delivery capacity, but also on standards of regulatory verification in relation to the environment and to the health and safety system set by suppliers.
The Company being aware of the fact that suppliers are important within the company structure, aims to maintain transparent and stable relations of cooperation with its suppliers. Moreover the Company always aims to help suppliers’ growth and knowledge of the management of the health and safety system and of the environmental impact that may occur throughout the steps of the production cycle.
Specifically regarding environmental protection, Donati S.p.A. pursues the following objectives: