Governance, Ethics e Compliance


Although the feelings of respect, honesty and integrity are core values ​​for the smooth performance of the work and already part of the organizational culture and the daily lives of companies, it is necessary to formalize and establish a common framework that unifies the criteria and guides the actions of all its employees - the Codes of Conduct and the Policies and Ethics Committees.

For business conduct and operate under the premise that they are governed by laws and regulations with which compliance and enforcement are essential for the existence and smooth operation of their social environment.

The adoption of tools such as the implementation of a Code of Ethics, shows that the company:

  • prohibits the direct or indirect corruption and bribery;
  • seeks transparency on issues affecting their business;
  • establishes corporate governance mechanisms to avoid risks that can be mitigated to the organization.

With the advent of the Anti-Corruption Law, Brazil has established itself in fighting against any corrupt practice, establishing the legal, administrative and civil liability of companies that engage in such acts. Thus, it is essential to implementation of advanced anti-corruption programs that can reduce risks in the company, whether internal or external.

Both in the Brazilian context and internationally there are few cases where large companies have had their reputation and image jeopardized by unlawful acts committed in its name, jeopardizing even solid reputations.


In continuous acculturation program develops educational content directed to the adoption of a culture marked out the precepts of ethics and integrity in accordance with the rules and with the beliefs of the company.

The methodology and content are intended to be didactic and understandable, with illustrative cases of easy assimilation and interactive actions adapted to the culture of the company, lectures, training and workshops, creating both good employees who are multipliers of this knowledge as solid organizational ethical culture in the company, even in their most sensitive areas.


Conformity assessments are carried out under the indirect facilities of the company (suppliers, partners, contractors) to identify and evaluate practices contrary to policies and rules established by the organization.

Companies that have their chain of suppliers mapped, with periodic evaluation and analysis of those relations, can minimize risk and react to setbacks and inadequate practices of a more effective and less harmful way.