SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Responsibility and integrity are the fundamental values of SITE: SITE is aware that a winning competitive strategy is based on a profound ethical sensibility. SITE has identified the values and ethical principles that we hold ourselves to, promoting the development of a mindful company culture. In a mature and responsible economic system, we must compete with moral integrity and build economic development strategy and goals around sound ethical principles.
 
 
 

CERTIFICATIONS

SITE operates an integrated policy for managing Quality, Environment, Safety and Social Responsibility aspects that is in line within the context of its organisation’s strategic risks and conforming to legal and regulatory prescriptions in force. Company processes are continually analysed, enriched and adapted to a constantly changing environment. SITE has established among its primary goals the willingness to create value, sustainability and safety though the integration of professionalism, competence, knowledge and innovation, and ensuring and preserving the satisfaction of all those involved (customers, personnel, community). To implement these principles, SITE has adopted a strategy consisting of several lines of action that are highly integrated and founded on work, process, product, environmental and ethical-social quality.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

Qualification to issue the certificate attesting to the fact that works have been performed in a good and workmanlike manner, as prescribed under letters a, b, c, d, e, f, and g of Italian Legislative Decree no. 37/2008.
SOA registration categories
Lis specialisation categories
TG specialisation categories
Energy Division
Vivila products comply with the following Community directives:
  • 2004/108/EC (electromagnetic compatibility);
  • 2006/95/EC (low voltage);
  • 2002/95/EC (restriction of the use of hazardous substances - RoHS);
and the following standard: CEI EN 62471 (Photobiological safety, for application of products in the workplace).

SITE products meet all applicable standards harmonised to Community directives.