Certifications and Management Standards

In both its business and corporate activities, Pirelli integrates Social Responsibility in its management of any issues with social and ethical impact.

In its application of the first principle of the Social Responsibility Policy for Occupational Health, Safety and Rights, and Environment, Pirelli is very active in the field of Management Systems that it uses to improve the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of its processes and further reduce their impact on employee health, work safety conditions and the external environment.





SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Pirelli adopts a Safety Management System structured and certified according to the OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004 Standards.

All certificates are issued with international accreditation ANAB (ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Boardaccrediting body of the United States).

Since 2014, RINA Services S.p.A. has been the new compliance auditor of Pirelli Tyre’s Safety and Environment Management Systems. The choice of a new service provider meets the need for greater transparency of the certification process, which requires periodic replacement both of the entity for conformity evaluation of Management Systems and the accrediting body.

The Safety Management System and the Environmental Management System implemented at the Pirelli Tyre production sites have been developed on the basis of procedures and guidelines drafted at corporate headquarters. This has made it possible to adopt a “common language” within the Group, in terms of the key elements of operating that guarantee effective, uniform and shared management.

More information on OHSAS 18001 Standard



EUROPEAN REGULATION NO. 1907/2006 (REACH)

All raw materials and auxiliary products are carefully tested before they can be used in Group operating units. These tests seek to identify potentially unacceptable risks to human health and/or the environment. This assessment is performed on a centralised basis and carried out in all countries where Pirelli operates, taking account not only of the requirements imposed by European regulations concerning the management of hazardous substances, but also know-how currently available worldwide (specifications, databases, etc.). Monitoring of producers and suppliers of raw materials used by the Group continues, particularly in regard to the registration processes of these substances by producers/distributors/importers and in compliance with Regulation CE REACH 1907/2006.

More information on REACh Regulation



Last Revised: 17 Jul 2015