Ethical orientation is an essential approach for the reliability of a company's conduct towards the entire civil and economic context in which it operates. The purpose of the principles of conduct in a business activity consists in emphasizing the need for an ethical approach in conducting all business, translating the company’s principles of conduct into practice through their constant application and in supporting the company's commitment to sound and proper business administration. Aware of the importance of the ethical and moral approach, ACRAF has adopted a "Code of Ethics and Conduct" which regulates the number of rights, duties and responsibilities that each company takes on towards contacts with whom it interacts every day. To complete its code of ethics and conduct, ACRAF does just what is specifically stated in the code of ethics of Farmindustria, of which it is a member.
An essential principle adopted by ACRAF is compliance with laws and regulations, which must therefore be followed also by each employee. This commitment must also apply to suppliers, customers and anyone who deals with the company, and no relationship will initiate or continue with those who do not agree with the principle of strict compliance with all applicable laws.
Our ethics also require us not only to respect the law in every situation, but also to do what is morally correct and responsible carrying out business, without compromising the moral principles of honesty, loyalty, reliability, mutual respect and dignity, responsibility, and transparency. Company employees must act with integrity and be frank, honest and fair in all aspects of their work, demanding the same conduct from all those with whom they do business. In particular, the general principles of reference regard:
- development of human resources and personal integrity
- responsibility towards the patient
- honesty and fairness
- responsibility towards the public
- fight against corruption and conflicts of interest
- quality of products and services
- protection of the environment
- fairness of authority
- Relations with shareholders