Sandra successfully passed the Smeta-4 Pillars Audit under the supervision of Bureau Veritas, a global leader in inspection, laboratory verification and certification services. Another important milestone that is part of a broader path that the company has undertaken for continuous performance improvement.
In detail, this protocol verifies the conformity of a company in relation to four main areas, called Pillars: labour relations, health and safety, environment and business ethics. The Smeta-4 Pillars certification is conferred by Sedex (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange), one of the most important organizations in the world that aims to spread good practices for the development of sustainable and ethical business.
A company that passes a Smeta Audit demonstrates not only that it has adopted the best practices for responsible procurement, but also that it is transparent and complies with all laws for the protection of the environment and regulations governing labor relations. Moreover, this important goal demonstrates the company’s constant commitment to achieving higher and higher standards.
An exciting story of commitment and solidarity to which we are glad to give our support.