|Management policy at Neuron Bio
The board of Neuron Bio has decided to establish a Standard Operating Procedure for R+D+i and CSR in accordance with UNE166002:2002 and SGE 21 standards with the aim of promoting the company’s organisational development and facilitating the fulfilment of its strategic aims, always bearing in mind the needs and expectations of all the interested parties (shareholders, providers, clients, company staff, regulatory agencies etc.).
This document sets out the values which characterize and govern the management of Neuron Bio:
- A constant desire to learn and to improve through an attitude of constant innovation and dialogue.
- Honesty and transparency in both research and management.
- The encouragement of personal initiative and commitment to work.
|In accordance with these tenets Neuron Bio accepts and takes upon itself the following principles:
- To guarantee respect for human rights over and above mere compliance with legal requirements and to promote sustainable development and social welfare.
- To incorporate professionals of the highest level and encourage their involvement and awareness of company aims by providing them with information, stimulus and continuous training.
- To maintain safe working conditions and ensure its employees’ health and welfare.
- To assess the need to use animals for experiments and thus avoid this practice whenever any alternative method exists that provides equally satisfactory results. To use the minimum possible number of animals in all assays and carry them out in such a way as to avoid pain, suffering and anxiety in the animals.
- To adopt the requisite steps to prevent pollution and if this should prove impossible to reduce to a minimum any impact or damage caused to the environment.
- To increase constantly co-operative agreements with other organisations in order to boost the development of ideas, research and responsible social management.
- To improve channels of communication so as to understand the expectations of all interested parties and thus be able to satisfy them more fully.