The overall strategies for Cloetta’s corporate responsibility work have been adopted by the Group Management Team and are controlled and monitored through business planning processes at several levels of the company.
The ultimate responsibility for corporate responsibility matters lies with Cloetta’s President and CEO.
Cloetta’s sustainability work is overseen by the Corporate Responsibility Director, who functions as a spokesperson for issues related to corporate responsibility and is responsible for identifying prioritized areas, acting as the stakeholders’ link to the management teams and supporting the implementation of Cloetta’s corporate responsibility strategy.
Environmental and occupational health and safety managers are in place at all of the factories.
During 2018, Cloetta has adopted a new model for the governance of environmental and social matters. A Sustainability board has been set up, consisting of the President and CEO, six other business function leaders and the Director of Sustainability.
The Sustainability board is responsible for defining the strategy and developing policies for approval by the Group Management Team and the Board of Directors, as well as controlling and reporting non-financial risks.