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Since its foundation in 1958, the Elecnor Group and each of its employees have had the vocation and are fully committed to carrying out their activities with the highest ethical standards and in accordance with the laws in force in the territories and countries in which they operate, as well as complying with and defending human rights and respect for labour rights, acting with diligence and professionalism, integrity, quality, care for the environment, prevention of occupational risks, the fight against corruption and social responsibility.
This commitment is not optional. Elecnor Group 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 y Compliance Policy.
Elecnor's Group 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:
Elecnor's Compliance System is the organisation's main tool for combating corruption and bribery. As a sign of its commitment to this objective, its vocation for continuous improvement and for being a national and international benchmark in the field of compliance, 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, the foresmot stringent international certification standard for coordinating management systems in compliance and anti-corruption.
In addition, Elecnor's Compliance System received the UNE-19601 Management System for Criminal Compliance certification, in January 2019, which in the benchmark in Spain for designing and coordinating crime and penal risk prevention system, and which is based on the highest international standards in this field.