Sustainability documents

The values and ethical code of the Pirelli Group

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In order to provide all the Group’s affiliates with convincing and uniform guidelines on the professional practices to be adhered to by those working in the company, in July 2003 the Board of Directors of Pirelli & C. S.p.A. approved the Values and Ethical Code of the Pirelli Group , which has been translated into the languages spoken within the Group and issued to all Pirelli employees.

This document outlines the general principles (transparency, fairness and honesty) that inspire the way it does business. It also lists the objectives and values underpinning the company’s activities with regard to the main stakeholders that Pirelli & C. S.p.A. regularly interacts with.

Pirelli Group Policy on “Health, Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility”

Within an international context in which economic, environmental and social expectations are ever more demanding, the policy adopted by Pirelli in June 2004 has enhanced the correct balance between sustainability and industrial development. As well as introducing the principle of Sustainable Development, Pirelli’s policy for Health, Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility brings together in a single document the previous corporate policies on the environment (first drawn up in July 1995 and updated in September 2000) and on safety at work (September 1995).

This document has been translated into the various different languages spoken within the Group and issued to all Pirelli employees, in the same way as the Ethical Code.

Pirelli Group Equal Opportunities Statement

Pirelli’s commitment to equal opportunities in the workplace is clearly set out in its Equal Opportunities Statement.

This document is the focal point of the Group’s Equal Opportunities Programme . For more information on this programme, please see the Social Dimension section.

This Statement has been translated into the languages spoken within the Group and was distributed to all Pirelli employees at the end of 2006.