As we progress along the roadmap of our ESG strategy, certifications act as strong foundations that anchor our commitment to sustainability. At Sidel, we understand that Environmental, Social, and Governance principles are key for driving positive change. And to achieve this goal, we are joining forces with our customers, suppliers, external partners, and the communities we work together with.


Sidel is a proud member of CDP and actively participates in its mission to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project, is a leading global organisation that enables companies to disclose and manage their environmental impacts. As a CDP member, Sidel shows its commitment to transparency, sustainability, and proactive action towards addressing environmental challenges. Through the CDP supply chain platform, Sidel also encourages its suppliers to make a GHG inventory, commit to science-based targets and develop their climate change policy.


At Sidel, we have embraced EcoVadis as our chosen procedure for assessing our supply chain, and using its platform to map and rate the environmental, social, and ethical performance of our suppliers. By becoming an EcoVadis member, we aim to facilitate the comprehensive evaluation and classification of our suppliers' environmental, social, and ethical practices. This proactive approach underscores our commitment to promoting sustainability, transparency, and responsible business conduct throughout our supply chain network.

ISO 14001:2015

ISO 14001:2015 is an internationally recognized standard for environmental management systems. It provides a framework for establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving an effective environmental management system. By implementing ISO 14001:2015, Sidel commits to environmental sustainability and reducing its environmental footprint. At present, 90% of our sites have achieved ISO 14001:2015 certification. Our aim is to have 100% of our industrial sites ISO 14001:2015 certified by the end of 2024.

ISO 45001

ISO 45001 is a globally recognised standard for managing occupational health and safety risks in the workplace. It requires organisations to establish and maintain a health and safety management system incorporating policies and procedures for identifying and mitigating workplace hazards. 80% of all our sites are ISO 45001 certified. Health and Safety certification projects were also launched for Atlanta, Salles d’Angles and San Vendemiano in 2022. Our target is to ensure that 100% of Sidel’s industrial sites are ISO 45001 certified by 2024. 


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