Doxee achieves ISO 37001:2016 quality certification for preventing and combating corruption. A concrete commitment to ensuring transparency and integrity throughout the entire value chain
Doxee has obtained UNI ISO 37001:2016 (Anti-bribery management systems) certification, a further building block that confirms the company’s ongoing sense of accountability and transparency in its work on ESG issues.
The voluntary standard ISO 37001 Anti-bribery management systems created based on international best practices, aims to reduce the risks and costs associated with possible corruption. The system integrates with other certifications acquired by Doxee, including ISO 9001 (Quality Management System), ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System) and ISO 14001 (Environmental Management System), aimed at promoting and fostering a culture of integrity and transparency.
A key step in achieving this goal was the involvement of all stakeholders, both internal (managers and employees) and external (customers, partners, suppliers), through specific due diligence activities and signing of commitments in compliance with anti-bribery policies.
Sergio Muratori Casali, CEO of Doxee, commented: “The achievement of ISO 37001 certification represents a further step in diffusing and embedding a culture of compliance within Doxee, enabling it to adopt a systemic approach aimed at preventing and combating corruption. It continues our commitment to ensuring rigorous legal standards and fairness, confirming the quality of the ESG policies our group has undertaken“.