compliant with the standards:
ISO 9001:2015, which establishes the requirements for the implementation of a quality system as a management tool, necessary to allow the company to be operated in a manner which ensures that the requirements established by the regulatory framework or required by customers are conformed to and complied with when realising the product, combining it with a complete level of service and information;
ISO 14001:2015, which establishes the requirements for implementation of an effective environmental management system;
UNI INAIL:2001 Guidelines which establish the requirements for the implementation of an effective occupational health and safety management system.
compliant with the regulatory framework with regard to:
Consumer safety and production health standards, with constant reference to the relevant national and international regulations;
Occupational health and safety, monitoring and updating the system with regard to the latest regulatory requirements;
Personal data protection;
Moreover, in addition to all relevant general and industry-specific regulatory requirements, the Management undertakes to comply with and satisfy:
all the requirements of the relevant standards (ISO 9001, ISO 14001, UNI INAIL Guidelines, FSC, PEFC, Blauer Engel)
benchmark industry standards
all National and International Labour Laws, including Italian Legislative Decree 81/08 on occupational health and safety, Legislative Decree 196/03 on personal data protection, and the Consolidation Law on the Environment
The effective implementation of an integrated system and continuous improvement of the company are only possible if the entire Cartiera del Chiese organisation:
adopts its contents and is engaged in the practical realisation of the declarations made in this Policy;
is clearly informed about the roles of the various function managers and the lines of communication between them;
engages with suppliers and contractors for the thorough monitoring of the quality characteristics of the raw materials, materials and services purchased;
and the Management, in particular:
implements the entire integrated management system: it is therefore responsible for defining the actions needed for its maintenance, verification and continual improvement, also by issuing and registering operational documents;
maintains an optimal climate within the company's organisation:
once the primary and supporting processes necessary for the company's operations have been identified, systematically monitors the effectiveness of the processes of primary importance for the achievement of performance targets set with the aid of suitable indicators.
- by constantly maintaining and improving conditions in the working environment, in terms of compliance with occupational health and safety requirements;
- by providing workers with all material and training resources;
In addition to these indicators, the Management will set its improvement targets on the basis of:
the stakeholders' requirements;
the outcomes of the analysis of the Integrated Management System's performance conducted during the review;
changes in the regulatory framework;
the update plans or projects it decides to implement;
the outcomes of internal and external audits;
the market's demands;
its code of ethics and the relevant company values.
Last but not least, during the Annual Review of the integrated system, the Management undertakes to:
assess its adequacy, and any opportunities for changes, also considering developments in the socioeconomic and regulatory framework, to enable the company to maintain a leading position on the international scene through the constant innovation and development of new products;
monitor this Policy to guarantee its continual maintenance and improvement.
The Management undertakes to make available adequate resources for the pursuance of the principles of this Corporate Policy, and to allow its consultation by Staff and contractors.
The Management System Manager is also tasked with sending a copy of it to anyone requesting it, and for recording its distribution.
All staff, each employee within his or her operating context, are called upon to contribute through their work to the implementation of the Corporate Policies, by complying with the procedures and instructions established in the Management System, in order to prevent any of the forms of criminal offence envisaged.
This Policy is subject to periodic review by the Management, during its System Reviews.
Specific objectives in line with the Management's approach as set out in these points are defined over time in order to improve the company's performance.