The company is a live entity in constant evolution, whose inspiring principles and policies are to be followed by the entire group in all areas of activity. These corporate policies must be rigorously defined, clear and complete in their formulation, adopted and practised by all, starting with top management.
Salini Impregilo has issued a number of company policies that flank the Code of Ethics, and represent the main points of reference for all people working for the Group.
Sustainability policy: the principles that the Company is committed to complying with during its operations, to contribute to the economic progress, social well-being and the environmental protection of the countries where it operates.
Quality Policy: sets out the principles that the Company is committed to complying with during its operations, to meet and exceed client expectations.
Environmental Policy: sets out the principles that the Company is committed to complying with during its operations, while achieving the highest level of protection for the environment.
Health and Safety Policy: sets out the principles that the Company is committed to complying with during its operations, while achieving the highest level of protection for employees’ health and safety.
Anti-Corruption Model: this comprises the anti-corruption principles to be adhered to by all employees.
Human Rights Policy: Salini Impregilo respects the human rights according to the international principles contained in the International Bill of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization’s core Conventions, the United Nations Global Compact, the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the principles set out in this policy.
Salini Impregilo strengthened its commitment to human rights and workers with the International Framework Agreement signed in 2014 with the Italian and international trade unions of the construction sector.
Some Group companies active outside Italy have additional policies in place to regulate certain aspects (e.g. diversity and equal opportunities) when this is required by the local regulations or applicable best practices.