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UNI ISO 26000 Social Responsibility

Di Gianluca Gaggioli pubblicato lunedì 7 gennaio 2013 in La direzione impegno politica pianificazione |

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“No one asks organizations to become philanthropic institutions, but simply to contribute to a system of consumption adapted to the times reaching a sustainable supply” Pia Valota

The UNI ISO 26000 attempted to provide information on topics related to Corporate Social Responsibility, defining behavior, accountability, transparency, legality, systems and processes that an organization must take in order to indicate which performance improvements have come to manifest itself in the field of ISO 26000 .

“The essential characteristic of social responsibility (section 2.18) is the will of

organization to integrate social and environmental considerations in their choices

decision and be responsible to account for the impact of their decisions

and activities on society and the environment. This implies an ethical and transparent

that contribute to sustainable development, in accordance with the law and all the rules

international behavior. ”

The organization applying the ISO 26000 will provide evidence of continuous monitoring of the activities carried out by the organization, such as: the development of social responsibility in which we operate, control activities by accepting and responding to them, must provide evidence of its Policy, Vision and Mission.

The main principles are: responsibility to account, transparency (cash flow), ethical behavior (attitude intact, blameless, upright), respecting the interests of stakeholders, respecting the rule of law, respect for international norms last but not less important than of human rights.

1 ° The purpose: This requirement will provide for all types of organizations a methodology of behavior regardless of their geographical location.

In step one (Purpose) concepts are defined terms and definitions related to the theme of social responsibility, basic trends and characteristics of social responsibility, fundamental issues relating to social responsibility, implement and promote socially responsible behavior in all organizations through practical political processes and so can interact with the sphere of interest of the organization, identification and involvement of stakeholders, communication performance commitments and other information related to social responsibility.

“Being socially responsible means not only fulfilling legal expectations, but also going beyond compliance and investing more in human capital, the environment and relations with stakeholders”

2 Definitions relating to social responsibility: Account for the organization must respond to its governing body and control and in more general terms to all holders of the legitimate interests of the decisions of the organization, must be considered in which air water soil and natural resources, equality, contribute to sustainable development moving from health to the welfare of society also affecting the same chain of suppliers of goods or services that go impacting ads with the same organization and the value chain sequence processes that interest entities that provide or receive value in the form of goods or services.

3 ° – 4 ° Understanding of social responsibility, the accountability, the required behavior devoted to transparency, ethics, organization, respect the interests of stakeholders, legality, and ultimately respect for human beings.

4.2 “The responsibility to be accountable for the direction implies the obligation to respond to those who have a controlling interest and the organization is obliged to respond.”

4.3 For Transparency organization must provide evidence of its transparency with giving evidence of the nature and location of its activities, the identity of those years, the identity of those who are legitimate stakeholders, the criteria and processes through which the organization measures its performance in relation to social responsibility, the source of their funds, stakeholder involvement.

4.4 Ethical Conduct the organization must have as the basis of ethical values ​​such as honesty, fairness and integrity, the organization must indicate clearly the principles, and seek to promote the” internal ethics of his behavior and his decision-making processes.

4.5 Compliance with the stakeholders taking into account their interests and their rights and responding to any concerns they also involving them.

4.6 – 4.7 Principle of legality “no individual should be considered above the law,” The rule of law and that organizations and governments themselves are under the rule of law ”

4.8 Human rights: promote human rights and promote respect, do not take advantage of the where they find themselves in a situation where those rights were not applied in this case it is desirable to adhere to the principle of respect for international norms of behavior .

“You can not overlook the fact that the top management is the main culprit. Each officer, going home at night, he must look in the mirror and answer the question: what I said and did today reiterated the ethics of Quality or not? “FJ McDonald.

5. Recognition of social responsibility and the involvement of Stakeholder

5.2.1 Impacts, interests, expectations, an organization eve to grasp what impact they have their own decisions to stakeholders and the ability to affect themselves and society, as a “cha interest has to be paid and the supplier ‘ interest of the company to honor contracts may have different perspectives about the same specific aspect ”

“There are always two choices in life: to accept conditions in which we live or take responsibility for changing them” Denis Waitley

6. Help the fundamental issues of Corporate Social Responsibility: Keep in mind the purpose of a proper management of the major themes that should guide the management of the organization such as, human rights, proper management of the environment, consumers and their specific aspects concerning , involvement of communities.

In this respect the law is defined as a holistic approach: 6.3 human rights, working conditions and Reports 6.4, 6.5 environment, good management practice 6.6, 6.7 specific issues relating to consumers, 6.8 community involvement and development of this part of the ruler ‘organization that is the point 6.2 of the standard.

“The consumer is in the entire chain of production, in all roles, which is the worker who uses” H. Ford

7. Guide to the integration of social responsibility throughout the organization: Social responsibility should always be defined in the Vision, Mission and policy organization adopting specific ethical codes of conduct, such behavior should be interpreted as the cornerstone of the organization and always present in the processes that govern it.

Such behavior should always be measurable and / or verifiable through detailed plans in order to achieve its objectives.

“The team spirit is the activity to work together toward a common vision, the ability to direct individual performance to organizational goals, is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.”

“If one of the objectives of the development will include improved living conditions, the abolition of poverty, access to decent work, the reduction of inequalities, it is quite natural from women” Muhammad Yunus

L'autore: Gianluca Gaggioli

Gianluca Gaggioli: coniugato, con tre figli tutti nati a breve distanza, non si sa come trovi anche il tempo di "dilettarsi" sulle tematiche di qualità e management. Rail Strategist - Rail Fire Fighting - da oltre quindici anni lavora nel ambito ferroviario e medicale nel ruolo di "Assicurazione Qualità e dei Sistemi per la Gestione della Qualità". Competenze specifiche: Gestione della Qualità Secondo le Normative EN ISO 9001, EN ISO 14001, BS 18001, COCS 30.5/DT Trenitalia, Schemes Entities in Charge of Maintenance (ECM), ISO 31000, SGSL, OT24, MOG, EN ISO 13485, IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard), Six Sigma, Kaizen, Auditor Sistemi Qualità Certificato 19011 1a / 2a Parte (Audit interni e fornitori) e Abilitazione Formatore RSPP ASPP, dal 2008 attività di consulenza aziendale in materia di Sicurezza sul Lavoro; DVR, POS, DUVRI, Progettazione piani per la sicurezza (organizzazione e gestione corsi lavoratori); da Giugno 2011 Editor in Chief di Organizzazione Qualità. .

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