Since it was founded in 1958, Elecnor and each of its employees have been driven and fully committed to carrying out their activities according to the highest ethical standards and in accordance with the laws in force in the territories and countries in which the company operates. They ensure that human rights are observed and defended and that labour rights are respected. They act with diligence, professionalism, integrity, quality and care for the environment, with a constant focus on occupational health and safety, fighting corruption, and social responsibility.
This commitment is not optional. Elecnor applies a zero-tolerance approach to malpractice in terms of ethics and integrity, and expects its employees and related parties to behave in line with the principles of its Code of Ethics and Compliance Policy.
Under no circumstances will Elecnor personnel or related parties engage in unethical practices that may be seen to hinder the impartiality, transparency or fairness of decisions made by authorities, public officials, persons involved in public service or any other person outside the organisation.
These unethical practices may include: offering or promising gifts, favours or remuneration of any kind, or the existence of any situation arising from personal relationships with authorities, public officials, persons involved in public service or any other person outside the organisation who may have influence on a decision that could directly or indirectly financially benefit Elecnor or a third party.
Elecnor's staff and related persons will refrain from receiving, soliciting or accepting from, or promising, offering or granting to third parties any unjustified benefits, for them or for third parties, as a consideration to unduly favour another person or to unduly favour themselves or a third party over another person in the purchase or sale of goods, contracting of services or in commercial relationships.
Whether such conduct occurs outside of working hours or Elecnor facilities, whether it is individually financed, or whether it takes place in Spain or abroad, will have no bearing on the decision as to whether it is considered a crime.
All Elecnor employees are required to report any irregular practices or conduct or potential crimes that they are aware of or have witnessed. Elecnor has a procedure for this eventuality that allows all its employees to confidentially communicate, in good faith and without fear of reprisals, any conduct that is not in line with Elecnor's Code of Ethics, the rules on which it is based, policies and procedures that expand on it, or with the law.
Employees in the organisation can also use this procedure to ask questions or propose improvements to existing internal control systems. Any suggestions or questions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Apartado de Correos nº 266-48080.