CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Ethics, Integrity AND HUMAN RIGHTS
TYPSA, as a UN Global Compact Signatory, is committed to the 10 United Nations Principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
Our commitment to ethics, integrity and human rights is watertight and we ensure that all our workers and collaborators embrace it. We want all our actions to be ethically acceptable, legally valid, desirable for society and, of course, transparent.
TYPSA has an Integrity Management System in place that includes, among others, a Code of Ethics, Corporate Integrity Policy and Annual Modern Slavery Statement. We have a Committee in charge of ensuring proper compliance with the system, which acts independently and reports directly to the Board of Directors, and a Compliance Department that reports to the Committee. In addition, an Internal Information Channel is open for whistleblowing and sending queries, complaints or suggestions.
TYPSA has been ISO 37001 ‘Anti-Bribery Management System’ certified since 2019, which provides a guarantee of the company’s ethical commitment.
Our responsibility for human rights is demonstrated in our firm rejection of modern slavery and respect for equality, diversity and inclusion, and is embodied in annual Declarations. TYPSA extends this commitment to human rights to its suppliers so that any company wishing to be part of the supply chain, must contractually commit to comply with the principles of business conduct and ethics.
TYPSA Group’s renewed Code of Ethics was released in June 2013 and is aimed at establishing the basic conduct principles of the entire Group, its staff and senior management.