Corporate Social Responsibility

CSR Corporate Social Responsability

Sogesi Cagliari CSR
The SOGESI sticks, adopts and implements the principles of corporate social responsibility (CSR Corporate Social responsibility) in accordance with the principles set out by the European Commission and began the path for SA8000 certification and ISO 26000, recognizing that the benefits of membership at CRS policies are tangible on a number of fronts:
  • corporate climate: dialogue and involvement of employees, with positive effects on productivity;
  • relations with the local community: the attention to the needs of the territory is perceived positively and contributes to the quality of life with concrete initiatives;
  • reputation and loyalty: the company's reputation can only improve, contributing to the development of a loyal and motivated;

SA 8000


SA8000 is the first universal standard to measure the social responsibility of a company and is based on the ILO Conventions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Conventions. SA8000 ensures that goods and services are produced and provided to the market in compliance with ethical and social ties that bind the company to the economic environment in which it operates and lists the requirements for ethical behavior of companies towards workers:

  • ban on the use of child and forced labor;
  • health and safety;
  • freedom of association;
  • prohibition of discrimination of any kind;
  • interdiction of illegal disciplinary procedures;
  • guarantee a fair working hours, a fair wage;
  • introduction of a social management system.

uNI ISO 26000


Social Responsibility ISO 26000 is based on seven principles:

  • Accountability, and be accountable for its impacts on society, economy and the environment;
  • Be transparent in its decisions and activities that impact on society and the environment;
  • To behave in an ethical manner;
  • Take into consideration, respect and respond to the interests of its stakeholders;
  • Recognize and respect the rule of law by applying it in all its aspects;
  • Respecting the international norms of behavior in adhering to
  • rule of law;
  • Respect for human rights: respect human rights, recognizing the importance and universality.