The Management of FINSA ensures that the Company's environmental policy is understood, implemented, kept up-to-date, communicated to all its employees and also made available for the general public.

Environmental Policy

  

FINSA'S General Management develops and defines the Environmental Policy of the company, understood as a set of guidelines and general objectives that guide the Company's actions as regards the protection of the Environment, through the following commitments:

 

  • Comply with environmental legislation and other requirements to which the Company subscribes.
     
  • Ensure continuous improvement by setting goals and targets, and through a systematic and periodical environmental evaluation of the Management System.
     
  • Constantly promote activities aimed at preventing pollution, and set targets to progressively reduce the emission and dumping of materials into the environment, particularly through the application of the best techniques available, whenever these techniques are economically and technically viable.
     
  • Adopt the necessary measures required to prevent environmental risks, especially serious accidents, and limit their effects on the environment.
     
  • Avoid     marketing of timber and timber products       harvested in contravention of the applicable legislation (according Regulation (EU) No 995/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council).
     
  • Promote the use of timber from well-managed forest exploitations, comply with PEFC / FSC® requirements, both as regards the management of the Company's own forests and in the chain of custody for certified timber used in the Group's factories, and promote collaboration with suppliers to guarantee the chain of custody in relation to timber taken from this kind of forest exploitations.
     
  • Encourage staff knowledge and training at all levels, promoting a higher degree of sensitivity, responsibility and awareness about the need to protect and preserve the environment, through internal and external training.
     
  • Maintain a channel for both internal and external environmental communication, based on transparency criteria, establishing a relationship of cooperation with the authorities and open dialogue with stakeholders and the general public.
     
  • Finsa commits itself to fulfill the Appendix 9: Social, security and work healthy requisites in the chain of custody of the new NORMA INTERNACIONAL PEFC_ST_2002-2013_Norma CdC.
     
  • The Management of FINSA ensures that the Company's environmental policy is understood, implemented, kept up-to-date, communicated to all its employees and also made available for the general public.

 

The Management of FINSA approves and reviews this policy, which is used as the basis for the development of environmental goals and targets, with a view to ensuring continuous adaptation to changing circumstances, and which provides the means and resources required to implement it.

 
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  • Comply with environmental legislation and other requirements to which the Company subscribes.
     
  • Ensure continuous improvement by setting goals and targets, and through a systematic and periodical environmental evaluation of the Management System.
     
  • Constantly promote activities aimed at preventing pollution, and set targets to progressively reduce the emission and dumping of materials into the environment, particularly through the application of the best techniques available, whenever these techniques are economically and technically viable.
     
  • Adopt the necessary measures required to prevent environmental risks, especially serious accidents, and limit their effects on the environment.
     
  • Avoid     marketing of timber and timber products       harvested in contravention of the applicable legislation (according Regulation (EU) No 995/2010 of the European Parliament and of the Council).
     
  • Promote the use of timber from well-managed forest exploitations, comply with PEFC / FSC® requirements, both as regards the management of the Company's own forests and in the chain of custody for certified timber used in the Group's factories, and promote collaboration with suppliers to guarantee the chain of custody in relation to timber taken from this kind of forest exploitations.
     
  • Encourage staff knowledge and training at all levels, promoting a higher degree of sensitivity, responsibility and awareness about the need to protect and preserve the environment, through internal and external training.
     
  • Maintain a channel for both internal and external environmental communication, based on transparency criteria, establishing a relationship of cooperation with the authorities and open dialogue with stakeholders and the general public.
     
  • Finsa commits itself to fulfill the Appendix 9: Social, security and work healthy requisites in the chain of custody of the new NORMA INTERNACIONAL PEFC_ST_2002-2013_Norma CdC.
     
  • The Management of FINSA ensures that the Company's environmental policy is understood, implemented, kept up-to-date, communicated to all its employees and also made available for the general public.