As part of its social and environmental management and in order to meet social, societal and climate challenges, ICTA’s management and employees are committed to respecting the practices defined in its code of conduct on Social and Environmental Responsibility.
- Respect for human rights
- Working conditions and social dialogue
- Fair practices with regard to both our clients and our subcontractors/suppliers (contracts, auditing, transparency, anti-corruption and money laundering)
- Respect for ethics and, in particular, the protection of patients included in the projects we manage
- Eco-friendly management (selection of local vendors/goods, reducing consumption of supplies, reducing/optimising travelling)
This commitment was awarded an EcoVadis 2022 label
The law n°2011-2012 known as the “Bertrand Law” of 29 December 2011 relating to the reinforcement of the sanitary safety of medicines and health products has put in place a system of transparency of the links of interest between companies producing or marketing health products or providing services associated with these products and health professionals (new article L.1453-1 of the CSP). The implementing decrees 2013-414 of 21 May 2013 and 2016-1939 of 28 December 2016 specify the procedures for publishing the agreements concluded and benefits granted to these health professionals.
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