OUR CSR POLICY

Creating value over the long-term

 

WITH RESPECT TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, TRADUTOURS IMPLEMENTS A PROACTIVE POLICY.

Sustainable development is woven into every aspect of our working methods at TRADUTOURS. We have embraced a responsible, professional and ethical business approach, where one of the focuses is the personal development and training of our team, aimed at creating value over the long-term.

As a cornerstone of our corporate ethos, this policy applies to all team members whatever their job title.

We also look for it in our service providers and any other stakeholders with which TRADUTOURS engages day-to-day in accomplishing its missions.

As a service provider, TRADUTOURS adopts a dynamic stance to setting up sustainable development practices in social and environmental terms.

Our commitments

On the social front:

  • Pledge not to accept unsound services
  • Local and global procurement at a fair price to ensure fair, inclusive trade
  • Civil liability cover encompassing all of our services
  • Our service providers are required to furnish their up-to-date social and tax declarations
  • Gender equality within the company, not only in terms of responsibility but also pay
  • Our in-house staff are employed pursuant to Articles L.1221-10, L.3243-2 and R.3243-5 of the French Labour Code
  • Our staff are given the opportunity of undertaking training to develop their skills
  • Students are welcomed on work placements for an insight into how our business is run

Our commitments

On the environmental front:

  • Office supplies that can be refilled and reused
  • Our printer ink cartridges are recycled via collection and recovery by a professional body
  • Our archives are recycled by an accredited processor
  • Documents are only printed when necessary, on both sides for internal documents
  • We aim to raise awareness of eco-friendly printing habits in the signature of our emails
  • We use FSC-certified paper from responsibly managed forests
  • We put our IT equipment into sleep mode as often as possible
  • We use low-voltage bulbs for lighting
  • We turn off any electrical appliances, the coffee machine for instance, when not in use
  • We aim to raise our suppliers’ awareness of sustainable development
  • We book the most suitable means of transport when travelling for business: the train to reach large urban areas, and private cars to access sites when there are no direct, frequent public transport services.
  • Training in preventing occupational road traffic risks, which particularly includes “energy-efficient driving” advice.