We first adopted a Code of Ethics in 2002 and updated it in 2009 to bring it into line with the latest regulations and the evolution of best practice. The Code defines the principles and values that inspire the entire company, including:

  • We respect the laws of the countries in which we operate
  • We do not tolerate unlawful and improper conduct
  • We operate with transparency and loyalty
  • We seek out excellent and competitive products and services on the market
  • We respect, protect and nurture human resources
  • We promote sustainable development and respect safety and the environment.

The Code of Ethics defines the ethical responsibilities of every part of the company. It outlines the ethical and social responsibilities of directors, auditors, proxies, employees, collaborators, partners, agents, consultants, professionals, suppliers and any person operating in the name of, and/or on behalf of, CESI to conduct themselves properly and responsibly towards all stakeholders.

Stakeholder Reporting Platform
Stakeholders, including employees, customers, suppliers, and community representatives, can report any violations or suspected violations — a practice commonly known as whistleblowing — through a platform accessible via the following link (https://cesi.integrityline.com).

Submitted in good faith, these reports address any actions or failures to act at CESI, or in relations with it, that may violate or prompt a violation of applicable laws and regulations, its values, policies, or procedures. This includes anything that might financially or reputationally hurt CESI. Consistent with the whistleblowing regulations, this encompasses behaviors and practices that could potentially harm CESI, including those involving Group personnel or our business counterparts.




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