Code of ethics

What is the Code of Ethics:

The Code of Ethics is one of the tools of Corporate Social Responsibility. It is a document specifically drafted by the company to promote the knowledge, sharing, and implementation of good behavioral practices that reflect and represent the company’s values.
The Code of Ethics is, in all respects, a point of reference and a guide for those working in HPE Group and for those interested in working, interacting, or providing services for this organization.
Innovation, development, collaboration, sustainability, transparency, privacy protection, anti-corruption, personal and professional well-being of individuals are just some of the elements that characterize the latest update of our Code of Ethics.

 

Our goal:

To promote virtuous behaviors and the sharing of values that can create benefits for the people of HP Group, customers, suppliers, stakeholders, the community, and the environment, contributing to the creation of a common and shared vision.

Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing Procedures

HPE Group operates according to the principles of honesty, integrity, transparency, and accountability and expects all stakeholders operating in the interest of the Group to maintain high standards, in accordance with the Group’s Code of Ethics.

To ensure these principles, the Group has established a reporting system accessible to all, through which it is possible to report behaviors deemed unlawful.

Reports are anonymous and will be handled exclusively by the Whistleblowing Manager; as they must concern a specific entity within the Group, please indicate the relevant company using the appropriate menu. The reporting system must not be used to make false accusations and/or report untrue information.

MOG

HPE GROUP has adopted the organizational, management, and control model (MOG) referred to in Legislative Decree 231/01 (the “Model 231”), according to the ethical principles expressed in the Code of Ethics and in compliance with the commitments made to stakeholders.

The Model 231 aims to prevent crimes that entail liability for legal entities in whose interest or for whose benefit the crime was committed, as provided for by Legislative Decree 231/2001. The Model 231 consists of a General Part and Procedures that make up the Special Part and regulate sensitive processes.

HPE GROUP provides training and information activities for all interested parties, in order to raise awareness among all staff about the correct behaviors to adopt and those to avoid. HPE GROUP and the group companies have established a Supervisory Body (ODV) tasked with monitoring, preventing, and investigating any behaviors inconsistent with the guidelines and principles followed by the Group, together with the Whistleblowing Manager.

HPE Group MOG

HPE MOG

COXA MOG

SGI Policy

What is the SGI Policy:

To improve operational efficiency, optimize costs and resources, maximize value for the company and stakeholders through better process management, represents the primary goal to increase customer satisfaction, and for this very reason, our company has implemented an Integrated Management System.