SUSTAINABILITY: Mutuality, cooperation, Code of Ethics

SUSTAINABILITY: Mutuality, cooperation, Code of Ethics

“To guarantee members, employees and the community prospects for development and mutual exchange in accordance with the principles and values of cooperative democracy”.

The values of cooperation

The principles of internal and external mutuality have been part of SACMI's DNA since its foundation. These principles are implemented year after year with concrete actions, from respect for the environment to the enhancement of work, from attention to the territory to actions to offer new opportunities in developing countries. 

SACMI has been drawing up its own Social Report since 2003 – since 2014 Sustainability Report – to give substance to the values of cooperation and to be increasingly in line with the international vocation for a culture of sustainability. Since 2018, SACMI has published an Annual Integrated Report to provide, in a single document, a comprehensive report on the results obtained from an economic, environmental and social point of view: a detailed report on SACMI's daily activities to reconcile economic objectives with those in the social and environmental field. In a word, creation of shared value for the community and the territory of reference.

The Code of Ethics

SACMI gives importance and is constantly committed to the correctness and continuous improvement of professional relationships with partners, employees, customers, partners, suppliers, institutions and competitors. For this reason, in 2005 SACMI Imola adopted a Code of Ethics expressing its ethical commitments and responsibilities, which all collaborators must comply with when conducting business and company activities. This document constitutes a reference for all those who collaborate with the Cooperative, and in the first place for those who are called upon to govern, administer and manage it. The Code of Ethics is also a reference point for the companies of the SACMI Network, which are called upon to implement it also, if necessary, adapting it to individual company specificities.

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The Code of Ethics

Certified quality and responsibility

For SACMI, being socially responsible means seeking the best solutions while respecting the dignity of work, protection of the environment and social ethics, key factors in daily business activities. 

From this point of view, SACMI has adopted a set of internationally recognised certifications, including a management system that complies with ISO 14001, integrating it with the ISO 9001 quality and safety management system for workers,  ISO45001. SACMI Imola currently has an Integrated Management System that complies with the standards:
UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 - Quality
UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 - Environment
UNI ISO 45001:2018 - Health and Safety
During 2020, the transition to the new standard for the Health and Safety Management System (ISO 45001) was completed and a dedicated working group was set up with the aim of incorporating all legislative and health indications relating to the measures to be adopted to ensure the continuity of a safe production for all workers.

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