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Risk management and working condition

At HSL risk management is a fundamental component of the management system.

Risk Management Policy

Risk management is a fundamental component of the management system and indicates the level of risk present in business processes. With risk management, the organization has a tool at all levels to recognize risks early and initiate measures to eliminate, reduce or consciously address them.
The responsibility for the implementation of risk management lies, both from a strategic and operational point of view, with the Management which makes use of the collaboration of the managers of the various parties.
Risk management is integrated into business processes. Continuous monitoring, risk analysis and related measures are a prerequisite for continuous improvement and therefore for business success.

Policy on working condition and Human rights

HSL considers respect for Human Rights a fundamental value. Respect and dignity of people are the basis of the organization’s culture. This policy is founded on HSL’s values and its Code of Conduct, is in line with international treaties and European regulations such as
the United Nations International Charter of Human Rights (ONU), the fundamental principles of the Organization’s Declaration Labor International (OIL), the ONU Convention on the Rights of the Child and the European Convention on Human Rights.
HSL undertakes to promote respect for Human Rights and to identify and eliminate any form of violation of the same, found both internally and at its suppliers. In order to protect everyone and HSL, it is required to report any behavior that does not comply with
this Policy using the appropriate free reporting form, Whistle-Blowing and to deliver it anonymously to the appropriate free reporting points, this ensures that no one is subjected to retaliation at work for making the report and the persons in charge of management will carry out the appropriate investigations.

The commitments of HSL

Child labor

HSL does not use child labor and does not hire younger staff than required by mandatory legislation. HSL also undertakes not to
maintain employment relationships with suppliers who use child labor

Forced labor and human trafficking

HSL prohibits the use of any form of trafficking in human beings and forced labor.

Freedom of association and collective bargaining

HSL respects the freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining in compliance with existing laws. Employees are free to join a trade union and negotiate their own demands. HSL is committed to collaborating and maintaining constructive relationships with trade unions at local and national level and with employee representatives elected by employees, placing mutual respect at the basis of the discussion.

Working hours, salaries and allowances

HSL applies a contributory policy in compliance with industry standards and the labor market in which it operates. HSL operates in compliance with the applicable law on salaries, benefits, working hours and overtime. HSL ensures adequate rest for its employees, guaranteeing in any case the right to at least one day off per week.

Safety and defense of health in the workplace

HSL operates in accordance with its “Health, Safety and Environmental Policy”.

Respect for people and diversity

HSL respects diversity and the right to equal opportunities. Any form of discrimination based on race, color, gender, language, religion, nationality, political opinion, sexual orientation, social status, is not tolerated. HSL prevents any physical, verbal, sexual or psychological harassment, abuse, threats or intimidation in the workplace.

Commitment to stakeholders

HSL always maintains an open dialogue with people and entities interested in problems relating to Human Rights in relation to its activities, with a view to focusing on local problems and solving them.