The Corporate Social Responsibility Management Systems follows the standards SA 8000: 2014 and ISO 26000: 2010.

WHAT STANDARDS SA 8000:2014 AND ISO 26000:2010 ARE

SA 8000 is an International Standard and sets out requirements for the improvement of working conditions and the safeguarding of human rights. It is a management system standard and its certification is in accordance with international standards ISO. It is based on the principles of international norms on human rights as outlined in the conventions of the International Labor Organization, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

ISO 26000 is a Standard with International guidelines for social responsibility. The model adopted by the International Organization ISO in November 2010. ISO 26000 is the first, internationally; attempt to collect perceptions of social responsibility from around the world and its implementation by all types of organizations anywhere.


Basic structural element of the standard ISO 26000: 2010 are the seven fundamental principles of social responsibility relating to accountability issues, clarity and ethics, respect of interests, rights, laws and rules. In particular these principles include:

  • Accountability: The authority provides that the organization is accountable both to the impact of decisions and activities and for actions that reduce the potential negative consequences
  • Clarity: The Company publishes a clear, precise, complete and sufficiently reasoned, policy, decisions and activities for which they are responsible, and the impact on society and the environment.
  • Ethics: The behavior of the company based on the values of honesty, fairness and integrity, with reference to humans, animals and the environment.
  • Respect for the interests of the parties concerned: The principle refers to rights, interests and owners' requirements, shareholders, employees, customers, partners, society, state, public organizations, authorities and services.
  • Respect for the laws: The Company complies with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Respect for international norms of behavior: The Company respects international standards of behavior and avoids becoming complicit in another organization activity that is inconsistent with them.
  • Respect for human rights: The Company respects human rights and recognizes both their importance and their universality. Where possible, promotes the rules of the World Human Rights.

A Corporate Social Responsibility System also based on the principles of standard SA 8000: 2014, documents the business policy, according to which the latter is committed to continuous improvement and application of the principles of corporate social responsibility, respect basic human rights workplaces.

The basic principles, on which a Corporate Social Responsibility System SA 8000: 2008 is built, are the following

  • Child Labor: The Company ensures that no children will be employed in its work.
  • Mandatory Work: A company must avoid imposing work to its employees.
  • Health and Safety: The Company should ensure adequate health and safety conditions for its entire operations spectrum.
  • Discrimination: It should be no discrimination against workers from the hierarchical levels of the business.
  • Disciplinary practices: Should be avoided to the greatest extent, the use of disciplinary practices, as punishment, psychological pressure and verbal abuse.
  • Hours: The working hours must follow the job demands but not violate applicable law.
  • Fees: The Company must try so that compensation of employees in addition to fulfilling the law must meet the needs of themselves and their families.


The benefits of one company by implementing a Corporate Social Responsibility Management System are:

  • The confirmation of the operation of the company with transparency rules.
  • The confirmation that the company complies with the standards of administration and human resources development.
  • The confirmation of availability of human resources and logistics.
  • The possibility of improvement opportunities.
  • The strengthening of the company's commitment to Corporate Responsibility.
  • The increased confidence of stakeholders (customers, investors, personnel) on performance and commitment of the company.


The Process Engineering has excellent staff with expertise and experience in the development Corporate Social Responsibility management systems in various sectors of economic activity (industry, construction projects, services, commerce, etc.).

The development of Corporate Social Responsibility Management Systems performed tailored to the needs of each enterprise in terms of achievements of high performance at the lowest possible cost.

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