Environmental Policy

Quality, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety Policy

The management of Cailà & Parés believes that this is a key factor for the company’s growth and development, and we have therefore established the following guidelines to achieve our corporate goals:

1. Comply with all legal requirements and regulations that apply to our business.

2. Meet our clients’ requirements by supplying a product that complies with their specifications and providing efficient, flexible service.

3. Strive to constantly improve our processes in order to become increasingly efficient and effective:

  • Implement well-planned manufacturing processes to maximise the productivity of our facilities.
  • Promote and facilitate open channels of communication to improve departmental efficiency.
  • Provide staff training as a key element of growth and development for both the company and its employees.
  • Provide the necessary tools and resources for better control of all processes.
  • Facilitate maintenance and cleaning tasks in the factory by reducing the amount of waste products generated.

4. Actively promote an attitude of respect and responsibility towards the environment:

  • Comply with all current environmental laws and other requirements affecting the environmental aspects of our activity.
  • Identify and ensure proper environmental management practices.
  • Optimise resources.
  • Minimise waste.
  • Prevent pollution.
  • Train and inform its personnel and that of other stakeholders.
  • Provide the right facilities, equipment and tools.
  • Regularly analyse data on the environmental management system.
  • Work to continually improve the environmental management system.

5. Guarantee occupational health and safety:

  • Creation of safe and healthy working conditions for the prevention of injuries and deterioration of health
  • Elimination of hazards and reduction of occupational risks
  • Compliance with current legislation and other requirements related to safety and health
  • Consultation and active participation of employees and their representatives
  • Identification and prevention of occupational risks
  • Adequate facilities, equipment and tools
  • Training and information for staff and / or other agents involved
  • Coordination with personnel for risk management
  • Periodic analysis of data related to the health and safety system
  • Continuous improvement of the health and safety system
Corporate management has therefore established this policy, and expects every member of the organisation to respect, abide by and promote these principles.