Responsabilità Sociale SA8000

Fully aware of the economic and social role played in its context, Injecta Company considers its staff as part of the internal organization. Strongly committed to working conditions improvement, we totally respect our employees’ dignity and freedom.
Injecta's Top Management strongly believes that the efforts oriented to the implementation of a social responsibility system, could gradually spread principles, as well as ethical and social values, to all its stakeholders, both internal and external to the organization.
In such a context, the staff represents Injecta’s greatest resource, whose rights have to be ensured and respected, as well as their professional and personal development. We do this by following a rolling training system that encourages a continuous professional updating.
We do this by following a rolling training system that encourages a continuous professional updating. The company wants to implement each possible initiative focused on promoting greater cohesion, enhancing team spirit and, in addition, ensuring a pleasant working climate encouraging interpersonal relationships, both within and outside of the workplace.
Our suppliers are fundamental to achieve quality in our products and services, as well as to reach social equity.
This Social Responsibility Politics represents Injecta’s commitment for:

  • Complete SA 8000 requirements adaptation;
  • Comply with National laws and regulations relative to the workers protection in their workplace (Legislative Decree 81/08);
  • Laws, Regulations, International Recommendations and Interpretations proceeding from the representative authorities for Human Rights (ILO - ONU);
In order to achieve its objectives, the company is committed to spread the principles of corporate social responsibility, both to its employees and collaborators -supported by the SA 8000 workers Responsible- and to its suppliers, subsuppliers and all the stakeholders.

In particular, the Company undertakes to respect and enforce its suppliers to the following requirements:

  • Child labour
  • Hard and forced labour
  • Work health and safety
  • Free association and collective bargaining
  • Discrimination
  • Disciplinary actions
  • Working hours and salary
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