23 Nov 2020
- Both certifications confirm that Cepsa has implemented an effective anti-bribery management system and the best practices to prevent and detect possible crimes
- These awards contribute to improving the company’s reputation by creating a culture of integrity, transparency, and compliance with the law
- Cepsa was the first company in the Oil & Gas sector in Spain to obtain the anti-bribery management certification at international level, thereby positioning itself at the forefront of the sector
Cepsa has obtained the double certification from AENOR that verifies and accredits that the company has developed a system of criminal and anti-bribery compliance that meets the requirements of reference standards UNE-ISO 37001 and UNE 19601.
Both certificates confirm that Cepsa has adopted the best practices in anti-bribery management systems and criminal compliance, implementing an effective organization and management model that reduces the risk of crimes and bribery. International standard ISO 37001 establishes the conditions that guide organizations committed to continuous improvement in the fight against potential bribery in companies. For its part, standard UNE 19601 recognizes the best practices to prevent and detect possible crimes in organizations.
This recognition demonstrate Cepsa’s firm commitment in the fight against crime, positioning the company at the forefront of the sector. They also contribute to improving the organization’s reputation by creating a culture of integrity, transparency, and compliance with the law.
As a result of its commitment to best practices in ethics and compliance, in 2018 Cepsa became the only company in the oil & gas sector in Spain and one of the first internationally to obtain ISO 37001 certification, which accredits the measures implemented in its anti-bribery management system. These types of seals reflect Cepsa’s commitment to SDG 16, which advocates for peace, justice, and solidarity institutions.