"(...)A business that focuses closely on workplace safety and that invests in training - in 2016 alone we carried out over 400 audits in the field and 96% of the company population participated in internal and external courses for a total of around 5.6 days per capita. A business that lays the emphasis on the quality of its work, adhering to international standards and best practices as demonstrated by the HSE certification awarded to our operating sites and workplaces.(...)"
(from Letter to Stakeholders, 2016 ERG Sustainability Report)
The full compatibility of our activities with the health and safety of people is a primary condition for the management of our plants and the activities themselves.
As such, we are constantly committed to ensuring that all of the companies in our Group act with total respect for the health and safety of employees and third parties, as well as the environment in the wider sense, considering these factors from as early as the budgeting and investment phase, both annual and multi-year, and promoting the adoption of safety and protection technologies.
The recognition of Human Rights is one of the cornerstones of our business approach. The principles of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights are expressly echoed in the Introduction to our Code of Ethics.
We offer equal employment opportunities to all people in accordance with their professional qualities and performance levels, without any form of discrimination whatsoever, condemning all behaviour that is harmful to the individual person and pledging to adopt the most suitable forms of vigilance in this regard.
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