CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY POLICY
SOFTWARE FOR CRITICAL SYSTEMS S.L. is a company founded in 2009 and dedicated to developing advanced technological systems and offering consulting services. It is located in Malaga, at C / Arquitecto Francisco Peñalosa nº 18, and its scope of work is international.
The SOFTCRITS Management is responsible for formulating the strategy and general policy lines of the company, preparing programs and setting objectives for the performance of all activities included in the corporate purpose and, in particular, it is responsible for approving, among others , the Social Responsibility Policies. SOFTCRITS contribution to sustainable development is materialized through principles and practices of social responsibility that meet the needs and expectations of its stakeholders. True to the business objective of generating wealth and well-being for society, SOFTCRITS adopts a responsible business ethic whose formulation is included in the following principles.
Comply with current legislation in the countries in which it operates.
Respect human rights and, especially, those whose violation degrades the collective of workers, rejecting child labor and forced or compulsory labor.
Develop a favorable framework for labor relations based on equal opportunities, non-discrimination and respect for diversity, promoting a safe and healthy environment and facilitating communication with the human team.
Promote a culture of respect for the natural environment, reducing the environmental impact of the Company’s activities, defending biodiversity and promoting information and training in this culture.
Favor transparency and free market rules, rejecting the practices of bribery, corruption or other types of contributions in order to obtain business advantages, respecting the rules of free competition.
Promote channels of communication and dialogue with the different groups related to the activities of the Company, in order to achieve harmony between business values and social expectations.
In Málaga, on March 8, 2021