- The company is renewing these certifications, which confirm its commitment to creating a corporate culture based on integrity, transparency, and regulatory compliance
- Cepsa, a pioneer in its sector in Spain and one of the first companies in its sector to obtain international anti-bribery management certification, continues to be at the forefront of implementing an ethical management system
- The company celebrated its seventh edition of “Ethics Day,” which this year focused on the fight against inappropriate behavior at work
The two certifications highlight the company’s implementation of an effective organizational and management model that reduces the risk of committing crimes and bribery practices. Specifically, the UNE 19601 standard recognizes best practices to prevent and detect possible crimes in organizations, while the ISO 37001 international standard determines the general conditions to be utilized by organizations to improve constantly in the fight against possible corporate bribery practices.
Cepsa thus continues to be at the forefront of its sector in terms of its commitment to best practices in ethics and compliance after becoming, in 2018, one of the first companies in its sector in Europe and the first in Spain to obtain ISO 37001 certification, which accredits the measures implemented in its anti-bribery management system.