SAAGA, aware of its responsibilities in managing the impact of its activities on the environment, is committed to a proactive approach to these issues that contributes to Sustainable Development.
SAAGA is committed to operating not only in full compliance with all relevant environmental regulations, but also to promote the application of best environmental management practices in order to continuously improve its environmental performance.
SAAGA is determined that in the planning of new activities, the reconciliation of business objectives and the safeguarding of environmental and consumer protection values will be ensured.
SAAGA has established specific Environmental Strategic Objectives of its activity and will provide adequate technical, financial and training resources to achieve the objectives of environmental protection.
SAAGA will promote the implementation of training and environmental awareness programs for its employees, ensuring that they remain not only professionally prepared but also aware of their individual and collective responsibilities in protecting the environment and improving the quality of life.
SAAGA will promote, in an open and responsible manner, the dissemination of its global objectives of environmental protection at all levels of the company, its customers, suppliers and contractors and the general public, encouraging the introduction of environmental improvements in new activities.
SAAGA will promote the periodic review of strategic environmental principles and objectives in permanent adaptation to emerging realities with a view to sustainable development.
SAAGA, in accordance with the Company's Strategic Vision and Mission, considers Quality of services and human resources as a key factor for success and aims to articulate it with Productivity and Profitability factors.
So that Quality makes sense in the production of results that adequately remunerate the invested capital, the company expresses its strategy/policy of Quality based on the following aspects:
Meet the statutory and regulatory requirements applicable to the activity.
To adapt the human / material resources involved and, according to the contractual aspects, to guarantee the clients the best benefit relation in terms of quality of services / price / execution time.
Maintain the organizational model appropriate to the needs of the market / clients in order to ensure the correct management / optimization of internal resources.
Maintain a structure of means capable of satisfying the interests of the clients and their contribution in the provision of a service of utility to the community where it operates.
To promote the motivation and participation of all employees, committing them and making them responsible in the QMS and to stimulate the capacity of initiative, teamwork, fomenting the principle of supplier / client relationship between all the processes of the company.
Maintain a policy to control the quality of the goods and services that are provided.
Maintain a policy of awareness/training at all levels of the Organization, in order to ensure the management objectives and the QMS as well as continuously improve its effectiveness.
These development parameters are structured in a Quality Management System, according to the requirements of the norm NP EN ISO 9001: 2015.
Aware of its safety responsibilities in its activities, SAAGA is committed to a proactive approach to prevent injuries and health affections, and to promote continuous improvement in the areas of Safety, Hygiene and Health.
SAAGA is committed to developing its activities not only in full compliance with all legal provisions related to Safety, Health and Health but also to promote the application of best available design, operation and management practices in all its activities.
SAAGA decided to define, structure and implement its Security Management System, establishing structures, bodies, responsibilities and functions of the various stakeholders, taking as a strategy the Management by Objectives.
SAAGA shall make available the financial resources deemed necessary for the execution of the planned objectives annually.
SAAGA commits itself to establish safety indicators that will allow them to evaluate the achievement of the objectives outlined.
Directive No 2012/18 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 July 2012 (SEVESO III Directive) was transposed into national law by Decree-Law no. 150/2015 of 5 August.
In compliance with the Operator's obligation to keep the information in Annex VI (Article 30) permanently available to the public, in particular by electronic means, SAAGA provides the following information: