Elemaster wants to be a leader in the supply of design and manufacturing services for its Customers, with whom it is engaged in long-term relationships respecting every requirement established by contracts, by laws and regulations. On the other hand, the ownership of Elemaster believes that the company creates value when it directs its management towards the goal of sustainability that is when it is able to continue its activity over time pursuing a development that includes economic, social and environmental dimensions.
Elemaster Group has adopted all the quality certifications required to operate in high-tech sectors and ISO 14001 in the field of environmental protection.
Elemaster Group recognizes the importance of protecting the environment for the welfare of future generations, the safety of working conditions and health of its employees and the communities affected by the processes and products of the Company. For these reasons, the Group is engaged s in a continuous search for solutions to achieve these objectives and in the application of procedures to demonstrate the full control on them.
This commitment is reflected in the definition of initiatives designed to minimize the use of natural resources and all types of emissions and generation of waste, at the same time to maximize the reuse of materials and the use of recyclable materials.
The identification of projects for the improvement in these areas is encouraged at all levels through training activities, approval and evaluation of them occurs at the level of the Steering Committee at regular meetings.
The company managers in order to recognize and accept their responsibilities are required to operate assuring that the Company:
Elemaster promotes Corporate Social Responsibility as a synonym of creativity that tends to multiply the so-called "socio-competitive synthesis" solutions, those innovations that make it possible to meet the expectations of various stakeholders, beyond what is required by law, while contributing to support corporate performance.
Precisely for this reason Elemaster has always paid special attention to the territory and its needs within the social sphere, supporting over the years many initiatives,with the aim of giving back in a virtuous circle what has been received, starting from skills, from passion for work and the loyalty of the people that have chosen to work for the Group.
Elemaster supports ending the violence, human rights violations and the environmental degradation in the mining and trading of certain minerals (gold, as well as tin, tantalum, and tungsten, derivatives of cassiterite, columbite-tantalite, and wolframite) from a location described as the “Conflict Region”, situated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and surrounding countries.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted final rules to implement reporting and disclosure requirements related to “conflict minerals,” as directed by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The rules require manufacturers to disclose whether the products they manufacture contain “conflict minerals” that are “necessary to the functionality or production” of those products.
Elemaster has obtained, or is in the process of obtaining information from its suppliers concerning the origin of the raw materials used to produce gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten, used in the materials to manufacture components and products supplied to Elemaster, originate from outside the “Conflict Region” or that the mines or smelters be certified as “Conflict Free” by an independent third party. The aim is to ensure that only “conflict free” materials and components are used in products that we procure. If we discover the use of these minerals produced in facilities that are considered to be “Non-Conflict Free”, in any material, parts or components we procure, we will take appropriate actions to move to be “Conflict Free” product.
With the entry into force of Legislative Decree no. 231/01 (hereafter also referred to as “Decree”), as subsequently amended and supplemented, a specific regime has been introduced according to which companies are held liable in the case of commission of the crimes indicated in the Decree
Elemaster and the Group companies incorporated and existing under the laws of Italy have taken measures to avoid, according to the Decree’s provisions, liability on their part through the implementation of specific supervision activities intended to prevent those crimes that may be committed by directors, statutory auditors, employees, and partners with whom Elemaster or the Group companies incorporated and existing under the laws of Italy have contractual relationships (for any reason, including occasional and/or temporary relationships) or other relationships of any nature with or without consideration (hereafter, also “Addressees”).
In order to ensure that all those who operate on behalf or in the interests of the Company shall act at any time in accordance with the rules, regulations, and principles of fairness and transparency in company business and activities, Elemaster has adopted an Organization Model in line with the Decree’s provisions and on the basis of the Guidelines issued by Confindustria and has appointed its Supervisory Body (Organismo di Vigilanza). Italian subsidiaries too have adopted their own Model and have appointed their respective Supervisory Bodies.
Elemaster has adopted a set of organisational and procedural measures aimed at minimising risks, through the correct performance of business activities according to internal procedures and in observance of the principles expressed in the Code of Ethics.
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