Cleca safeguards people and their work, in every aspect, and requests that its Suppliers comply with the same rules.
It has drafted a Code of Ethics, and, in 2004, adhered to the international standard SA (Social Accountability) 8000, for safety and health in the workplace.
The company also makes every effort to maintain and improve the living conditions of people and the well-being of the land, also resorting to a weighed system for proper management of waste and chemical agents, in compliance with the rules in force, also safeguarding the land resources, using clean energy from renewable sources.
CODE OF ETHICS
The company drafted an internal code of ethics, which defines the behavioural rules within the company.
Cleca has adopted an organizational Model for Management and Control, as a tool to raise the awareness of all those who work on behalf of the company, in order to prevent offenses.
For us, doing business means doing it responsibly. This is why we are constantly committed to combining economic development with environmental and social one, with the aim of being able to contribute to a more balanced and sustainable future.
SA 8000 CERTIFICATION
Our company adheres to the international SA 8000 standard for safety and health in the workplace, based on the ILO conventions, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, and on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Cleca has taken every possible measure to put an end to child labour cases found in other companies, working for Cleca with supply or sub-supply contracts.
Cleca is registered in the portal for the improvement of company commercial and ethical practices.