Legor Group strongly believes that innovation generates success and that success is judged by the way in which it has been achieved. This is why it has always tried to reconcile creativity and innovation with a company quality management system.
Legor Group was the first Italian company in the jewellery industry to obtain the ISO 9000 Quality Certification in 1999. This Quality System certification recognizes the value of the work method that has always been adopted by the company. The quality management procedures aim to understand customer needs and offer them products and services which adhere with the current regulations and, above all, meet the internal quality standards. All the products comply with the Italian and European mandatory requirements and laws of the main international markets.
For Legor, minimizing its environmental impact is a fundamental aspect on which it focuses every day, with a view to continuous improvement for the benefit of the Planet: from controlling its emissions, to monitoring the consumption of natural resources and raw materials, as well as than the creation of waste and its use.
Respect for the environment in Legor is built day by day thanks to the use of minimalist packaging made of recycled and recyclable materials, the implementation of logistic-production processes that do not involve the use of paper, the exclusive supply of energy from renewable sources and recycled precious metals. A choice, that of using 100% precious metals from recycled sources, which today also extends to non-precious metals such as Silicon, Tin, Indium, Cobalt, Gallium, Germanium and Copper.
Since 2015, all of this is managed, monitored and verified by third parties through an ISO 14001 certified system. In addition, since October 2022, the content of recycled materials, both precious and non-precious, has been verified and certified through ISO 14021.
In February 2021, we obtained the RJC Chain of Custody (CoC) certification. This is a voluntary certification for RJC members and gives our customers and suppliers the assurance they need about how precious metals are purchased, tracked and processed through the supply chain. It provides a guarantee of the integrity of our products and materials.
But we decided to go beyond the usual standards, because for us the CoC certification refers to all the precious metals used in Legor Group S.p.A. That is to say, all the gold, platinum, palladium, rhodium and silver we deal with are 100% RJC CoC compliant. With the added guarantee that all these metals are also 100% recycled.
Right from 2005 Legor Group has adopted a Code of Conduct to share its guiding principles and basic values originating from the founder, who has always actively contributed to their promotion and application.
In 2011 Legor Group became part of the Responsible Jewellery Council and since 2013 the company has been a certified member, testifying to its ethical credentials.
Legislative Decree no. 231 of 8 June 2001 has introduced in Italy a regimen of sanctions that establishes the responsibility of associations, including limited companies, for offences committed by subjects in top management position or by subjects who are managed or supervised by others, in their own interest or for their own advantage
In application of the above mentioned decree, with approval dated 4 March 2015, the Board of Directors of LEGOR GROUP S.p.A has adopted an Organization, Management and Control Model (Model) which includes an Ethical Code, and has instituted the related Supervisory Committee.
Through the Model, the Company intends to:
The achievement of the above mentioned purposes is realized in a coherent system of principles and organization, management and control procedures that develope the Model that the Company has prepared and adopted.
The documents concerning the Model can be consulted here.
The Supervisory Committee monitors the effectiveness and adequacy of the Model, reports on its fulfillment, approves the yearly program of supervisory activity and communicates the result of the activities performed in the execution of the assigned tasks.
Any incompatible conduct identified by the Supervisory Committee is under obligation of confidentiality, except as prohibited by law.