In URREA we live the business ethic as a daily practice of the company; its greatest expression and pillars are in the Code of Ethics that we constantly update and promote with our collaborators and suppliers.
Similarly, we implement our Code of Conduct to guide each one of our collaborators towards best practices. In addition, we have policies that complement and strengthen ethics as a constant in daily coexistence within the organization.
Additionally, we know the importance of the relationships with chambers for continuous improvement and proactive action of our value chain. It is thus that URREA is currently partner of COPARMEX, COMCE de Occidente and the Chamber of the Metal Industry of Guadalajara, to keep working closely and to promote improvements in the industry.
Communication is an important pillar in ethics. Transparency and participation create a more harmonious working environment. Thus, year after year the annual convention is held, where the efforts and achievements of the collaborators are rewarded and the results obtained in the previous year and the objectives of the year, as well as the developments and plans of the company are announced, motivating the whole working group to grow and support the success in the expectations of this great organization.
Finally, and in an integral way with our business ethics, we complement our ethical actions fulfilling the obligations and commitments with third parties, we invest in external audit for a professionalized growth, we have the Clean industry certification, we participated in the training before the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS, Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social) and express the importance of our organization accepting and disseminating the SRC Decalogue. These efforts place URREA with its collaborators, stakeholders and shareholders as a solid company committed to Corporate Social Responsibility.
For Urrea, "Tecnología para vivir el agua", the voice of our human factor is very important, that is why “Urrea te escucha” was created, support tool to make reports related to inappropriate behaviors by any collaborator, who put both human and material values of the organization at risk.
This program is managed by the firm Deloitte, which receives all the allegations anonymously and channels them to the URREA’s Ethics and Culture Committee, formed mainly by the General Coordination.
Its objective is to monitor and procure ethical conduct within the organization. Similarly, it seeks to improve the working environment and generate confidence among the collaborators that integrate the organization.