We consider our suppliers an integral part of the sustainability process. Therefore, in choosing our partners – in addition to considering the qualitative and financial aspects of suppliers and compliance with regulatory obligations (among others the correct payment of contributions to employees - DURC) – we consider also the sustainability aspects of suppliers. Therefore, the Suppliers’ Register, in place since May 2011 requires specific information and evaluations on the handling of sustainability by its suppliers. In particular with regard to the following areas:
Any environmental management system certifications of potential suppliers are evaluated (such as UNI EN ISO 14001 or the EMAS registration), in addition to product environmental certification (ECOLABEL, FSC, PEFC, recycled plastic), the means for internal management of environmental issues such as waste, packaging, the use of materials with recycled content or recyclable, the collection of recyclable materials for recycling, the use of materials with low emissions or low energy consumption and the manner for selecting its suppliers in accordance with environmental characteristics.
The level of attention and the management of safety profiles through the workplace health and safety management system (if certified in accordance with Legislative Decree 81/2008, under the UNI-INAIL guidelines or the OHSAS 18001 regulation) is analyzed, in addition to the presence or otherwise within the company of a Prevention and Protection Service, the presence of a Safety Officer, who analyses the individual contracts/orders, whether at least once over the last three years the INAIL rate has reduced, the number of injuries reported over the last three years, the introduction of a safety training program and the verification of understanding after each training event.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Suppliers are requested to describe any company initiatives to develop a socially responsible approach to the planning and management of the business, in order to ensure that the SEA Group may form a supply chain which contributes to the achievement of sustainable development. In addition, particular attention is placed on the profile level regarding the organizational model as per Legislative Decree 231/2001, in addition to the adoption of an internal Ethics Code by the supplier.
Order value by type (millions of Euro)
Note: The figures refer to that ordered in the period (orders concerning more than one year are not broken down by individual year).