Compliance with the law and corporate norms
LACER’s members are responsible for being familiar with and complying with the laws and the norms applicable to their area of activity.
We assume responsibility for informing ourselves and training ourselves in the corporate policies and ethical norms and the deontological character that apply to each activity.
Policy of respect and non-discrimination
In LACER we maintain an atmosphere of respect, dignity and equal opportunity for personal and profesional development, with this being a commitment for which we all bear responsibility. We do not tolerate conduct that is considered bullying or intimidation, whether sexual or any other type.
Conflict of Interest
At LACER, we always act with integrity and respond solely to the business interests of LACER, avoiding any situation in which the decision may be influenced by a personal interest, and if that could be the case, the decision is brought forward to LACER’s board of directors before the situation can arise.
Codes of ethics specific to our business sector
LACER operates in distinct areas of activity in which there are specific codes of a deontological nature, to which LACER adheres voluntarily and to which one commits to follow. Specifically (and among others), LACER’s promotional activity is guided by the current codes of FARMAINDUSTRIA [national trade association of the Spanish-based pharmaceutical industry] and the Asociación para el Autocuidado de la Salud, ANEFP.
Relationship with the professional community
LACER is committed to maintaining the highest quality standards in its products and services, as well as to fairly competing in the market. To that end, LACER nurtures its relationship with its key partners and seek suppliers that honour their commitments, respect the independence of healthcare professionals and act transparently vis-à-vis the authorities.
Protection of information and Confidentiality
At LACER we have established policies for the protection of confidential information with the objective of guaranteeing the integrity of our workers and the property of LACER and to protect LACER’s reputation before third parties.
Handling of financial Information
The financial statements of LACER are audited annually by independent enterprises of renowned prestige. The information included in the management reports and in the annual accounts is formulated according to the requirements and principles established in the conceptual framework of the current General Accounting Plan, the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, the IFRS, as well as by the internal criteria of the Enterprise.
LACER is an enterprise that is firmly committed to protecting and respecting the environment, permanently attempting to reduce the negative impacts while achieving maximum efficiency from energy and natural resources.
Stewardship of means and Resources
All LACER employees are aware of the importance of protecting, caring for and adequately using the means and resources that are owned by LACER, both material and immaterial assets and the working capital, as well as means and resources that LACER makes available to us to carry out our professional activity.
Intellectual and Industrial property
LACER is the owner and/or holder of exploitation and usage rights of trademarks, patents, registry dossiers, information programs and other types of know-how, as well as the works and rights created, developed, perfected or used by its professionals within the framework of its work activity.