Attention to territory and local communities, as well as interest and direct involvement in issues on a global scale are essential elements for all companies that operate internationally and have sustainable growth as main goal. Starting from these assumptions, SMI shares, supports and promotes the ten principles of the United Nations' Global Compact, a voluntary initiative of social responsibility including more than 9,000 companies all over the world for:
defense of human rights: the SMI Group supports and respects the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights, making sure it is not, not even indirectly, complicit in any abuse of human rights
protection of labor standards: the SMI Group upholds the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining, support the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labor and child labor and fights against any form of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation
environmental protection: the SMI Group has adopted a precautionary approach to environmental challenges and has undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility
fight against corruption: the SMI Group works against corruption in all its forms
The ten principles of Global Compact are universally recognized and protected, since they are stated in the following declarations:
Lawfulness of processing All activities relating to personal data processing shall be lawful (consent, contract obligations, vital interests of the data subject or of third parties, compliance with legal obligations to which the controller is subject, public interest or exercise of official authority, legitimate interest pursued by the controller or by third parties).
Information statement The information statement has been improved and updated to the new regulations (art. 13 and 14 GDPR).
Rights of the data subjects (right of access, right to erasure-right to be forgotten, right to restriction of processing, right to object, right to data portability) Technical and organization measures have been adopted to ensure the data subject's exercise of his rights and to meet the data subject requirements.
Controllers, processors Based on the new principle of “accountability”, SMI Group organization was re-defined, in order to proactively ensure integral compliance with the Regulation. Redefinition of the role of data processors and service suppliers whose activity implies personal data processing.
Risk of data processing; accountability measures taken by controllers and processors (Impact assessment, record of processing activities, security of processing, data breach) The “Conformity document”, including records of data processing activity, plans, adopts and demonstrates all technical and organizational measures taken to adequately perform the data processing activities and specifies the necessary procedures to be adopted to notify data breach.
Transfer of personal data to international organizations Smipack adheres to the general principles and guarantees concerning the transfer of personal data to third Countries.
The Controller is: SMIPACK S.p.A. Head office: Via Carlo Ceresa, 10 - 24015 San Giovanni Bianco (BG) ITALY VAT nr: IT02529010163 - R.E.A. 234981 For further information, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
According to the European Regulation 679/2016, the data subject is entitled to exercise the rights set forth in the Regulation. The integral version of art. 15; 16; 17; 18; 20; 21; 77 of the European Regulation is attached to this document.