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Since it was founded in 1958, Elecnor and each of its employees have been driven and fully committed to carrying out their activities according to the highest ethical standards and in accordance with the laws in force in the territories and countries in which the company operates. They ensure that human rights are observed and defended and that labour rights are respected. They act with diligence, professionalism, integrity, quality and care for the environment, with a constant focus on occupational health and safety, fighting corruption, and social responsibility.
This commitment is not optional. Elecnor applies a zero-tolerance approach to malpractice in terms of ethics and integrity, and expects its employees and related parties to behave in line with the principles of its Code of Ethics and Compliance Policy.
Elecnor's commitment to fighting corruption and bribery is based on theses principles and values and is expressly set out in its Elecnor Ethic Code, Compliance Policy and Ant-Corruption Policy, which establish that:
The Elecnor Group, parent company of Adhorna, uses its Compliance System as its main anti-corruption and anti-bribery tool. In January 2018, Elecnor became the first Spanish company in its sector to obtain certification under the UNE-ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems standard. This is the leading internationally certified standard and the most stringent in establishing compliance management systems to fight corruption. This achievement recognises the Elecnor Group's commitment to the fight against corruption and its continuous improvement to become a national and international benchmark in the field of compliance.
A year later, Elecnor also received the UNE 19601 Management System for Criminal Compliance certification, considered the main standard in Spain for designing and coordinating crime prevention and criminal risk systems.
All Elecnor employees are required to report any irregular practices or conduct or potential crimes that they are aware of or have witnessed. Elecnor has a procedure for this eventuality that allows all its employees to confidentially communicate, in good faith and without fear of reprisals, any conduct that is not in line with Elecnor's Code of Ethics, the rules on which it is based, policies and procedures that expand on it, or with the law.
Employees in the organisation can also use this procedure to ask questions or propose improvements to existing internal control systems. Any suggestions or questions should be sent to email@example.com or by post to Apartado de Correos nº 266-48080.