- Safety and occupational health
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At CELEO REDES BRASIL, we believe that the new business models must maintain economic, social, and environmental areas balanced as a way to generate sustainable long-term wealth. Therefore, we have established a SUSTAINABILITY POLICY based on 5 Management Pillars, which apply to our employees, projects, and activities.
The 5 fundamental pillars are:
• To increase the client’s satisfaction, promoting QUALITY and continuous improvement of the processes.
– Guidelines to client and interest groups and relationship with the community.
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
• To mitigate and to control our risks, especially those regarding electric shock and work at height, promoting the prevention of injuries and diseases, improving OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY conditions.
– Appreciation of life;
– Health and Safety of employees, clients, the community, and the supply chain.
• To carry out our activities considering the ENVIRONMENTAL aspects, mitigating our impacts especially on the issues concerning oil leakage, waste management and preventing pollution and encouraging initiatives that promote greater accountability.
– Prevent contamination;
– Efficiency and waste;
– Biodiversity and protection of habitat;
– Resilience to disasters and adaptation to climate change.
• To maintain a SOCIAL policy that considers the involvement of our employees through the recognition of merit and professional development without any type of discrimination, with equal opportunities and working conditions.
– Ethical and lasting professional relations.
• To maintain a GOVERNANCE policy, supporting, encouraging, and working in the fight against fraud and corruption in any forms.
– Fraud, corruption, bribery;
– Political contributions;
– Fiduciary duties;
– Compliance program.
CORPORATE INTEGRITY PROGRAM
Corporative Integrity Program (PIC) was developed to assist all persons directly or indirectly linked to the CRB to understand the rules of integrity focused on ethical contractual relations, such as poor contractual or business relationship management may adversely affect the CRB image and its subsidiaries, the consequences and reprimands for inappropriate conduct, and what must be done to combat and avoid deviations of ethical conduct or corruptible acts.
This program brings together the necessary information on the responsibilities and responsibilities of the Integrity Program Manager, with the objective of assuring and guiding CRB professionals and its subsidiaries about compliance with internal laws, regulations, policies and procedures, importance of protecting and maintaining the commitment to integrity and ethical standards in conducting business and attending to continuous improvement.
“Do what is right, not what is easy”
CRB’s principle concerning professional performance is honesty, with unconditional obedience to existing moral and ethical rules. All employees’ performance with decorum and probity allows the corporation to keep its image as a reference company and its credibility in the market.
In addition, people connected to CRB have the responsibility to keep the integrity and ensure good practices in the performance of their activities, hoping that all contractors and related governmental entities will also act in this way and be guided by the same principles.
CRB repudiates any action which is in disagreement with the Anti-Corruption Law in force in Brazil and does not agree with payments, offers, promises, receipts or concession of economic benefit, directly or indirectly to the body, public employee or any person, that may be characterized as unlawful, bribery or fraud.
Celeo Redes Brasil aims at the best practices of conduct, taking care, tirelessly, for ethical principles and integrity of its collaborators and partners.
CRB considers as conduct standards the behavioral patterns which can be used to set what is right or wrong, not only regarding the conduct of employees in their professional activities, but also in the relations of the company with the employee. So, CRB stipulates the principles regarding its conduct as a corporation and mentions the conduct expected from its employees.
CELEO REDES Group’s tendency guided by its shareholders and reflected in CRB is to apply the principle of zero tolerance to bad practices in ethics and integrity, as it expects its employees to conduct themselves in accordance with the principles of this guide and with the norms on which it is based.
Know the CRB Conduct Norms:
CRB, seeking continuous improvement, adhered to the Code of Ethics of its shareholder, whose primary mission is to extend to employees its business philosophy based on values below:
• Reliability (Achievement of Purposes)
• Commitment and Effort
General Principles of Grupo Elecnor:
• Full Compliance with Legality
• Compliance and Defense of Human Rights and Legislation
• Diligence and Professionalism
• Integrity, Quality and Environmental Protection
• Prevention of Work Accidents (Labor Risks)
• Social Responsibility
Get to know our full Code of Ethics.
CRB has provided a procedure that allows all employees to communicate, confidentially, if they so choose, in good faith and without fear of reprisals, irregular conduct in the matters contemplated in the Program, as well as to clear doubts, to ask questions related to possible violations of laws, its regulations, potential internal fraud, alleged serious violations of the program, or against policies and procedures, propose improvements and revisions to controls,independent of occurrence of crimes, aiming at the improvement of the channel and, mainly, the CRB business activities.
Employees should submit their communications regarding issues related to the Program through:
Totally anonymous web address: https://canaldetransparencia.celeoredes.com.br
All employees are required to report irregular practices they may be aware of or witness.
Knowing the importance of these themes, Celeo works in line with the SDGs in its processes and prioritized 5 of them, highlighted in the image below, based on the nature of its business, understanding its value chain, the guidelines of shareholders and a benchmarking action with companies in the electricity sector, aiming to direct efforts to them and thus make their actions more effective.
Created in Netherlands, Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) is a benchmark platform with environmental, social and governance indicators (ESG, Environment, Social, Governance). In a joint and collaborative effort with the participating companies, GRESB establishes, through a set of reported data, a global standard for sustainability performance in real assets. In the first year of participation in the platform, Celeo Redes Brasil was considered a benchmark company, since it won four of five rating stars.
GRESB aims to create better places for people and communities, reducing environmental impacts and improving social practices. In addition, the platform also seeks to establish high standards of corporate governance for participating companies.
Celeo Redes Brasil tops a socially responsible institutional position, at corporate management level, with its stakeholders, concerned with social and environmental impact.
For this reason, CRB allocates resources to initiatives planned and developed in project format, monitoring them and concerned with community involvement, sustainable results, impact and local transformation – development and environmental preservation.
Since 2011, Celeo Redes Brasil has been allocating resources through fiscal incentives granted by Public Power in human rights (childhood and the elderly), culture and sport.
In addition to these projects through Tax Incentives, CRB has a history of large projects developed through “sub-credits of social commitments”, which benefited its public beneficiaries, strengthened local socioeconomic capital and contributed to environmental preservation.
Positive history, learning, recognition of beneficiaries, shareholders, regulatory bodies, strengthening relationship with community and other stakeholders has made CRB to believe it is on right path and intends to enlarge its private social investment agenda.
With a lot of professionalism, respect and care for beneficiaries, environment and local development, Celeo Redes Brasil develops its socio-environmental responsibility projects with the following premises:
• Initiatives in line with community interests which contribute to its well-being and development;
• Participation of beneficiaries from project, generating appropriation and inclusion of benefits and learning;
• Always valuing human rights and respect for environment;
• Make alliances and connections producing social and economic synergies – strengthening of local social capital;
• Add value to stakeholders;
• Project Management with transparent management and accountability;
• In the context of the Sustainable Development Goals – SDG.
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