HUMAN VALUE

In a world ruled by technology, we are convinced that people are those who make the difference. That’s why we select the best team to work with the best machineries.

Competence and training, motivation and responsibility, gratification and sense of belonging to a successful team: these are the values of our work that are handed down from generation to generation.

People and company need to grow together, this is the only way to go a long way.
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HEALTH AND SAFETY

For years, Friul Intagli Industries has been developing its own Health and Safety management system, certified in 2015 in accordance with the standard OHSAS 18001:2007 (OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ASSESSMENT SERIES).
This standard specifies its requirements, in order to control potential workplace risks and dangers and improve its performance with regard to these aspects.

Over the years, the implementation of this standard has allowed the company to obtain positive results as far as risk control and the reduced frequency and seriousness of accidents, thus improving workplace conditions, leading to increased personnel satisfaction and a better company climate.
Success was achieved with this system thanks to the involvement of all organizational levels, while developing a health and safety policy and setting the necessary goals and processes.

Friul Intagli regularly carries out several internal audits a year at its offices and production plants to verify workplace health and safety standards, carefully prevent the risk of fires and monitor legal and other requirements with diligence and seriousness. Particular attention is also paid to personnel training, which is a fundamental and fully integral part of the system.

ETHICS

Friul Intagli Industries considers transparent, ethical and compliant behaviour to be essential for the correct management of company activities. This means not only observing the numerous laws and regulations in force, but also considering the expectations and aspirations of the various stakeholders.

Starting in 2000, the Company has adopted a Code of Ethics that defines the set of values it recognizes, accepts and shares in carrying out its business at all company levels. The principles and provisions of this Code of Ethics are general obligations of diligence, honesty and loyalty that qualify workplace performance and behaviour.
This document intends to lay down the principles and standards of ethical and professional conduct that our Company expects from all its collaborators in the daily performance of their duties and in all commercial and institutional relationships that involve our activity.
It further seeks to assure our partners that our activities are and will be compliant with the rule of law and with our principles of honesty, respect and integrity.
This Code of Conduct is intended for all employees, collaborators and administrators as a point of reference for our work and for our customers and suppliers, and for all those who enter into relations with our company, a clear declaration of our commitment to operate legally, fairly and with mutual respect.
MAINTAINING A FREE AND OPEN MARKET
Our activities always aim to guarantee the principles of free and fair competition, in full compliance with the applicable rules and regulations.
Behaviours that aim to control the market by, for example, fixing prices or by concluding agreements for the subdivision of the market between competing companies are strictly forbidden.
All relations with competitors must be characterised by maximum fairness; behaviour that fosters unfair competition, or that harms the image or reputation of competitors, or violates their intellectual property rights is forbidden.
ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF CORRUPTION
All managers, employees and collaborators of Friul Intagli have the responsibility to ensure that our Company is not involved in acts of corruption. In that sense, it is forbidden to offer, directly or indirectly, or to accept requests for sums of money or for any other benefit to or from any person, be they public officials or a private counterparty, with the aim of inducing them to carry out or to omit to carry out any action that falls under their purview.
All acts of corruption for the purpose of continuation of existing business or to obtain new business are not acceptable and are prohibited in all cases. Not only do such actions violate this Code of Conduct, but they are also illegal and may also have penal consequences for the persons who perform them and for the Company.
The use of third parties, through whom sums of money or any other benefit are offered or obtained for purposes of corruption, is also absolutely forbidden.
Friul Intagli recognises the fundamental importance of ethics in the management of its affairs, always desirous of pursuing its objectives with maximum respect for the applicable laws, for the bodies tasked with checking such respect, as well as for its customers, employees, suppliers, competitors or any other interested party.
In implementing the aforementioned fundamental principles, and in particular with regard to ethics in business, the Company requires its administrators, employees, collaborators and any other third party with which it forms relationships to rigorously respect the guidelines contained in this Code of Conduct and in the rules and regulations in force.
Friul Intagli Industries SpA has been a SEDEX (Supplier Ethical Data Exchange) member since 2012.

SEDEX is a non-profit organization for companies that are ethically committed to the continuous improvement of their supply chain, offering them a management tool to help them identify, manage and mitigate ethical risks in the global supply chain (SMETA Audit).

As a member, it shares and manages private information on four relevant aspects: workplace conditions, health and safety, environment and corporate ethics.

ATTENTION TO THE SOCIAL ASPECT

Friul Intagli Industries supports local communities by sponsoring local sports and cultural associations, events, voluntary activities and non-profit organizations, as well as by contributing to building redevelopment, urban planning and cultural heritage projects.

The Company has also made numerous collaborations with local Schools, funding the purchase of teaching equipment and materials and contributing to the training of young people interested in the furniture industry.