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Administrative Responsibility

OBJECTIVES

Punctual and objective verification of the system to prevent the risk of committing crimes involving administrative liability pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01 and subsequent amendments and additions. Support for the planning of adaptation interventions.


METHODOLOGY

The approach

The audit is conducted on the basis of the Regulatory Impact Analysis methodology that allows to define the links between the hypothetical types of crime and the company activities and to identify compliance paths. The audit, conducted by independent and qualified personnel, is inspired by the principles of the UNI EN ISO 19011 standard - Guidelines for conducting the System Audit and the IASB standard 2001 - International Standards Internal Audit.

The conditions for success

In order to achieve the objectives described above, full awareness of corporate contacts and the maximum collaboration of the resources involved in the audit process are necessary.

The Phases

Analysis of the company context, through a meeting with the Management, the HR Manager, the Head of Legal Affairs, Internal Auditor and other Referents, is divided into:

  • definition of the specific objectives of the audit (eg Compliance with Legislative Decree 231/01, Verification of effectiveness of the existing Organization, Management and Control Model, Verification by extension of new types of crime, etc);
  • acquisition of reference documentation (eg Model, Procedures, Protocols, Information Flows, Reports of the SB, etc.).

Pre-audit of the verification of the identification of the risk areas; the phase takes place in the company and for each type of offense identified by Legislative Decree 231/01 and smi, or specified in the audit objectives, is verified:

  • the identification of the areas, divisions, business processes in which the commission of a crime is possible;
  • the identification of key roles and correspondence with the system of Delegations and Powers;
  • document traceability.

Compliance Audit, is divided into:

  • planning that includes the assignment of roles and responsibilities (lead auditors, auditors, observers, corporate contacts and personnel involved), the design and / or customization of specific tools (check-lists, regulatory frameworks) and the drafting of the Audit Plan;
  • execution of the Audit which provides for the opening meeting with all the contacts, the collection and verification of information (through direct observations of the process, the documentary review, the interviews with referents and staff);
  • elaboration of the audit results (observations and observations, non-compliance) and the exposure of any critical issues at a closing meeting.

Drafting the Audit Report and Sharing with the Management and the Managers;
Support for the planning of interventions / improvement actions.


OUTPUT

  • Audit plan
  • Compiled check-list, conformity assessment lists, regulatory frameworks
  • Audit report
  • Schedule of compliance/improvement

Environmental

OBJECTIVES

Identification of business areas at greater risk for environmental crimes. Evaluation of company compliance with environmental legislation (Legislative Decree 152/06, etc.), authorizations or voluntary compliance. Support for the planning of adaptation interventions.


METHODOLOGY

The approach

The audit is conducted on the basis of the Regulatory Impact Analysis methodology that allows to define the links between the hypothetical types of crime and the company activities and to identify compliance paths. The audit, conducted by independent and qualified personnel, is inspired by the principles of the UNI EN ISO 19011 standard - Guidelines for conducting System Audit.

The conditions for success

To achieve the objectives described above it is necessary to have full awareness of the corporate contacts and maximum collaboration of the resources involved in the audit process, ensuring maximum company transparency in achieving common goals.

The phases

Analysis of the company context, through a meeting with the Management, the Environment Manager and other Referents, is divided into:

  • definition of the specific audit objectives (eg compliance with Legislative Decree 152/06, waste, ISO 14001 etc.);
  • acquisition of environmental authorizations, specific requirements and documentation relating to ongoing projects.

Audit planning, is divided into:

  • assignment of roles and responsibilities (lead auditors, auditors, observers, corporate contacts and staff involved);
  • design and / or customization of specific tools (check-lists, lists for the assessment of environmental compliance, regulatory frameworks);
  • definition of the Audit Plan (purpose, activities, responsibilities, timing, support tools, etc.);
  • sharing of the Plan the Management and the Managers.

Auditing activity:

  • opening meeting;
  • collection and verification of information (through direct observations of the process, of the production and ecological plants, the documentary review, the interviews with referents and staff);
  • elaboration of the audit results (observations and observations, non-compliance);
  • presentation of conclusions and closing meeting.

Audit Report, is divided into:

  • drafting of the Audit Report (complete description of the activity and summary of the results);
  • sharing with the Management and the Managers.
  1. Support for the planning of interventions / improvement actions.
  2. Evaluation of interactions with other ongoing actions (projects, installations, etc.).
  3. Preparation of the fulfillment / improvement program.

OUTPUT

  • Audit plan
  • Compiled check-list, conformity assessment lists, regulatory frameworks
  • Audit report
  • Schedule of compliance / improvement

Health and Safety

OBJECTIVES

Identification of the company areas at greater risk for offenses of violation of the accident prevention regulations and for crimes on the protection of hygiene and health at work, as defined in art. 25-septies of Legislative Decree 231/01.
Evaluation of company compliance with legislation on health and safety (Legislative Decree 81/08, etc.), authorizations or voluntary compliance. Support for the planning of adaptation interventions.


METHODOLOGY

The approach

The audit is conducted on the basis of the Regulatory Impact Analysis methodology that allows to define the links between the hypothetical types of crime and the company activities and to identify compliance paths. The audit, conducted by independent and qualified personnel, is inspired to the principles of the UNI EN ISO 19011 standard - Guidelines for conducting System Audit.

The conditions for success

To achieve the objectives described above it is necessary to have full awareness of the corporate contacts and maximum collaboration of the resources involved in the audit process, ensuring maximum company transparency in achieving common goals.

The phases

Analysis of the company context, through a meeting with the management, RSPP, System Manager and other contacts, is divided into:

  • definition of the specific audit objectives (eg compliance with Legislative Decree 81/08, on a specific health and safety risk, OHSAS 18001 requirements, etc.);
  • acquisition of authorizations, specific requirements and documentation relating to ongoing projects.

Audit planning, is divided into:

  • assignment of roles and responsibilities (lead auditors, auditors, observers, corporate contacts and staff involved);
  • design and / or customization of specific tools (check-lists, lists for the assessment of health and safety compliance, regulatory frameworks);
  • definition of the Audit Plan (purpose, activities, responsibilities, timing, support tools, etc.);
  • sharing the Plan with the Management and the Managers.

Auditing activity:

  • opening meeting;
  • collection and verification of information (through direct observations of the process, production facilities and prevention and protection measures, documentary review, interviews with referents and staff);
  • elaboration of the audit results (observations and observations, non-compliance);
  • presentation of conclusions and closing meeting.

Audit Report, is divided into:

  • drafting of the Audit Report (complete description of the activity and summary of the results);
  • sharing with the Management and the Managers.
  1. Support for the planning of interventions / improvement actions.
  2. Evaluation of interactions with other ongoing actions (projects, installations, etc.).
  3. Preparation of the fulfillment / improvement program.

OUTPUT

  • Audit plan
  • Compiled check-list, conformity assessment lists, regulatory frameworks
  • Audit report
  • Schedule of compliance / improvement