Brundtland Report, published in 1987 by the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development.
Satisfying human needs (in terms of health, housing, social integration, consumption, education, etc.) and working towards social justice objectives.
Preserving, improving and enhancing the environment and natural resources over the long term.
Developing and sustaining economic growth and efficiency to encourage the creation of wealth for all, through sustainable methods of production and consumption.
Only when development takes all three of these pillars into account can it be considered durable.
• Provide ongoing support to our customers by drawing on our industry expertise.
• Offer digital and paperless solutions.
• Define and adapt our range of solutions to precisely meet our customers’ needs.
•Train our employees and help them to advance in their careers.
• Promote diversity and equal opportunity.
• Unir nos ressources.
• Unify our resources.
• Ensure well-being and unity within the company.
• Maintain health and safety.
• Ensure the long-term viability of ‘responsible’ processes in our factories and production facilities.
• Ensure our employees’ health and provide them with the best working conditions.
• Offer a unified approach to environmental issues.
• Take action to support eco-friendly modes of transportation.
• Encourage recycling and the use of eco-friendly materials in the design of our product lines.
• Master the use of biotechnology.
• Certify our factories.
• Develop our ORAPI HYGIENE Foundation.
• Improve hygiene standards around the world.
• Progress: a summary of our Foundation’s activities.
• Assist with integration of people in need.
• Increase our solidarity and support actions.
Business integrity contributes to the Group’s reputation. Behaving appropriately with its stakeholders is considered to be of utmost importance.
The Code of Conduct is designed to guide business conduct and provide practical advice, examples and links to other useful information:
• It will be intended for all of the Group’s staff, members of executive and steering committees and company managers.
• It will define the principles staff must respect as part of their professional activities.
• It supplements the rules, procedures and standards defined in each country and to which employees must continuously refer.
• Anyone acting on behalf of the Group will be expected to comply with this code of conduct, whatever the location or nature of their work.
• The Group will ensure that its partners share the same values.
The detailed Code describes the basic rules concerning the following topics in particular:
• Gifts, matters of courtesy and hospitality, entertainment
• Specific rules for public officials
• Donations to charitable or political organisations
• Patronage, sponsorship
• Facilitating payments
• Hiring third-party oversight
However, no one document can cover and foresee all cases of corruption liable to occur within the context of Group employees’ daily activities. This Code does not excuse failure to use your own judgement or demonstrate good sense. If you are unsure of how to proceed, the Group will provide you with support tools and advice.
Adhering to the Code of Conduct is a condition of employment for all of the Group’s employees; no violations will be tolerated. The Code will be provided to all employees joining our Group and distributed to all staff. Each staff member must read, understand and follow it. Employees are aware that serious consequences could arise from violating the Code of Conduct for both our Group and themselves.
Insofar as any misbehaviour or failure to respect the rules in the Code is liable to seriously harm our image and cause financial losses, employees must demonstrate extreme caution with regard to following the rules set out in the Code.
Lists the requirements regarding the quality management system further to the requirements relating to the products.
Lists the requirements specific to Medical Devices. Furthermore, CE approval of the complete Quality Assurance system (Appendix II of the 93/42/CEE directive relating to medical devices) demonstrates that the products comply with the provisions of the directive. CE-0398: No. of the reporting body (CPM) recognised throughout Europe for marking medical products.
Lists environmental requirements.