To ensure appropriate governance at all levels of the Group, we have based our strategy on the in-depth analysis and appropriation of international standards such as the Global Compact Initiative, the OECD sustainability principles for multinationals and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The ISO 26000 standard has initially been identified as a relevant framework for our organisation. Based on this, we have defined 7 key principles: accountability, transparency, ethical behaviour, respect for stakeholder interests, respect for the rule of law, respect of international standards on behaviour and respect of human rights.
The Group is committed to anticipating and limiting its environmental and social impacts, while guaranteeing full compliance with regulations and international standards. This allows our company to create responsible behaviours and business opportunities for our products and services.
We are focused on strongly addressing the first 3 commitments that need to be fully understood throughout our entire network: accountability, transparency and ethical behaviour.
To train 100% of concerned staff on business ethics every 2 years
Learn more about our CSR strategy.
Learn more about our Code of Conduct and other regulations.
Learn more about our ISO, FSC, PEFC and other certifications.
Learn more about our timber regulations.