Introduction to MOG
The Organisation, Management and Control Model (MOG) adopted by the Board of Directors of Milan Bergamo Airport, effective from July 2003 pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/01 on the subject of administrative responsibility of bodies is an integral part of the internal control system within the framework of corporate governance.
Its primary purpose is to prevent the commission of unlawful acts by its directors, employees and consultants in various ways through the prevention protocols designed to limit the potential risk of occurrence of crimes specified in catalogue 231.
The Model consists of a General Part, which can be downloaded from the link below, which sets out the principles, the composition, the architecture and the scope of the Model and a Special Part where for each single offence committed the relative prevention protocols are identified aimed at minimising the risk of occurrence of the crime itself.
The Model is governed by the Supervisory Board, a body with autonomous powers of initiative and control, which has the task of supervising the operation of the Model, ensuring its effectiveness and suitability and taking care of its regular updating. The Supervisory Board of Sacbo consists of 3 members of which 2 are external and one internal held by the Head of Corporate Internal Auditing.
All recipients of the Model are required to report any violations to the Supervisory Board by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
List of Offences
Code of Ethics
SACBO SpA pursues the primary objective of acquiring at every level and in all circumstances an image and a corporate reputation aimed at the scrupulous compliance with behavioural principles such as credibility, loyalty, honesty in relationships and, not least, morality.
Our company operates in compliance with these principles, which became over time its "genetic" heritage: they must be constantly reflected in the actions of all employees. The observance of these principles combined with compliance with the rules of ordinary diligence and the regulatory framework in place will ensure that SACBO SpA preserves the solid reputation gained in the airport business.
Therefore it is essential that everyone operates, within the assigned corporate function, with maximum transparency, especially focusing on the improvement of everyday relations in respect of colleagues, suppliers, customers and users.
With this in mind the Board of Directors reviewed the "Code of Ethics", which contains a series of behavioural rules to be observed and to be enforced in order to maintain strong ethical principles in the company, and is one of the essential components of the Organisation and Management Model adopted by SACBO pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001.
The Chairman of SACBO