Responsibility and Transparency in Management Models

Responsibility and Transparency in Management Models

  • Implementation of a model of staff participation in management oriented towards making information available to support decision-making.
  • Multiple management bodies, with the structure of Trivalor's governing bodies being composed of the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Audit Committee and Statutory Auditor, all of which are elected by the General Shareholders' Meeting. Development and implementation of codes of conduct and ethics to be applied at the different levels.
  • Adoption of commitments arising from legislation, statutes and regulations or other documents issued by the stakeholders, and arranging for verification of compliance, whenever warranted, by independent third parties.
  • Execution of procedures for managing customer relations. Adoption of risk and crisis management procedures to ensure the continuity of the companies' business.
  • Management of relations with stakeholders, identifying impacts and defending shared interests. making useful information available in a clear manner, e.g. providing lists of the ingredients used to prepare meals and including information about any potential allergens present in each food when sending sales proposals.
  • Adoption of management models that integrate internationally accepted and recognised reference standards, such as the NP EN ISO 9001 (quality), 14001 (environment) and 22000 (food safety) standards, and the OHSAS 18001 (occupational health and safety) standard.