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Menarini Group’s health, safety and environmental policy

The Menarini Group has formally established its commitments to reducing environmental impacts and to maintaining the health and safety of all workers who work at their sites in an Health, Safety and Environmental Policy (Rev.2022).

The Policy is implemented daily, through the application of voluntary Management Systems (here the scope) that comply with the most widespread and recognised international standards.

The MENARINI Group has embarked on a structured path of sustainability, aware that encouraging the integration of ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) criteria within its business model is an essential requirement to creating lasting value over time.


The principles adopted by the MENARINI Group for the aspects concerning Health, Safety and the Environment include:

  • compliance with the applicable environmental and workplace safety regulations and with all the other commitments made;
  • sustainable industrial development, which enhances the safety and health of workers and protects the environment, with the aim of optimising processes, effectively monitoring performance and pursuing continuous improvement;
  • participation of employees, temporary workers and workers from third-party companies in the process of risk prevention, environmental protection and protecting health and safety;
  • preventive assessment of investments, taking into account the potential impact on the environment, health and safety;
  • satisfying stakeholders’ expectations and compliance with the formal obligations entered into by the Group as a fundamental prerequisite for creating value and promoting sustainable development.


The MENARINI Group is committed to translating the principles into action, by continuing to:

  • improve energy efficiency and reduce environmental impact through training and raising awareness among personnel;
  • reduce emissions from production plants thanks to the installation of systems that are technologically advanced and compliant with European Guidelines;
  • promote and encourage the use of sustainable transport methods by all employees; define objectives related to the progressive reduction of CO2 emissions form the vehicle fleet;
  • plan and develop all relative work activities by adopting the best techniques available in order to prevent accidents and the onset of occupational diseases;
  • ensure the education and training of personnel, making all employees and contract workers aware of how to perform their duties in safe conditions and respecting the environment, with commitment and participation;
  • improve internal and external communication processes with the aim of increasing the effectiveness of the Integrated HSE Management System;
  • guarantee the improvement of performance in relation to the environment, health and safety, defining appropriate performance indicators aimed at achieving the established objectives;
  • promote the progressive digitization of processes and activities related to the management of health, safety and environment, to increase the effectiveness, reliability and consistency of the HSE indicators.


  • availability of performance indicators regarding the environment, health and safety;
  • dissemination of environmental, health and safety accident analyses to the personnel concerned;
  • sharing audit results.




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