The company has always considered that, as a productive entity, its own assets, its structure and its capabilities, are a good of sociality. This good must therefore be protected.
For years it has adopted Legislative Decree 231/01 as an Organization, Management and Control Model that goes exactly in this direction and provides for heavy penalties for those operating outside the regulatory perimeter.
Our Organizational Model, an essential basis for compliance with Legislative Decree 231/01, draws inspiration from the Code of Ethics of Intercantieri Vittadello SpA, and its effective implementation is everyone's responsibility, supervised by internal Auditors and the Supervisory Body, independent body.
Internal and external subjects, such as partners and suppliers, have very specific obligations to respect under penalty of increasing sanctions depending on the gravity and possible repetition.
Still in accordance with the principles set out in the Company's Code of Ethics, in May 2017 it began a process to fight corruption by implementing an anti-corruption compliance system according to the ISO 37001: 2016 (Anti-corruption Management System).
On October 18, 2017, this system was certified by the Bureau Veritas body.
The anti-corruption model has further developed and implemented some prevention protocols and procedures with the aim of eliminating corruption, thus trying to ensure compliance with the principles introduced by the anti-corruption laws.
As reiterated in the Company's Anti-Corruption Policy, the application of the Model “concerns all the personnel working on its behalf, understood in the maximum meaning of the term, namely: employees of all levels, managers, members of the Board of Directors, members in groupings of companies, members in general, subcontractors, suppliers, professional offices, board of auditors, auditors, freelancers or any other individual associated with the company ".