Corporate responsibility is an integral part of Vitali’s way of operating and being a company whose aim has always been to combine competitiveness with sustainability. It is a challenge, a social commitment that sees the company working towards the pursuit of growth, innovation and results, while paying the utmost attention to promoting quality of life, labour standards, human rights and eco-compatible development, demonstrating its integration capabilities with different realities. This corporate responsibility is reflected in the principles, policies and management behaviour typical of Vitali’s work, aimed at enhancing creativity and innovation, in favour of a “culture of sustainability“, strengthening the confidence of all stakeholders.
Legislative decree number 231 of June 8th 2001 introduced rules and regulations governing companies’ administrative liability. These rules and regulations state that companies may have administrative liability, and consequently be subject to sanctions, in relation to offences committed or attempted in the interest or to the advantage of the company itself by directors or employees. In the meeting of February 11th 2005, the Vitali Board of Directors approved the “Organisation, Management and Control Model, ex legislative decree number 231 of 2001” and has established the Supervisory Board.
Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics was created for the purpose of sanctioning and divulging behavioural principles and standards that Vitali S.p.A considers essential for its activities. The company’s Code of Ethics is the ‘Constitutional Charter’ of Vitali S.p.A., a charter of moral rights and obligations defining the ethical and social responsibility of all those involved in the Company organisation.Download Code of Ethics