AENOR ha concedido a Tirme el certificado de Compliance Penal, según la
UNE 19601. This certifies that the company has an effective criminal compliance management system.
Tirme is the first company from the Balearic Islands, and the first waste treatment company in Spain to obtains this certification, in line with leading companies in Spain in terms of transparency and good governance.
The Management System on
Corporate Criminal Compliance, according to the
UNE 19601, contributes to generating trust in target groups, such as clients, shareholders and public administrations, helping to consolidate an organisation's reputation. Implementing this certification will enable companies to securely manage the organisation, establishing a culture of integrity, transparency, honesty and strict fulfillment of all the corresponding regulations.
The certificate was awarded by Soledad Seisdedos, AENOR Manager in the Balearic Islands, to the Chief Executive Officer of Tirme, Rafael Guinea, at an event presided over by Sandra Espejo, Environment Minister of the Council of Majorca.
The photo shows, from left to right, Sandra Espejo, Environment Minister of the Council of Majorca; Soledad Seisdedos, AENOR Manager in the Balearic Islands; Rafael Guinea, Tirme Chief Executive Officer; Amalia Cerdá, Tirme Sustainability Manager; Sonia Navarro, Tirme Quality Manager; and Susana Deyá, Manager of Human Resources at Tirme.