Odier Excursions has put in place a global plan to reduce its impact on the environment and thus reduce its consumption of natural resources.
At Odier Excursions, we are fully convinced that public transport is a key element in the quality of life of citizens. By developing quality bus transport accessible to all, we offer a better option in social, environmental and economic terms by reducing external costs such as accidents, traffic jams and, of course, CO2 emissions.
Odier Excursions follows these principles in all its activities.
As part of our commitment to sustainable and responsible business practices, at Odier Excursions we have integrated the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact into our strategies and operations and are committed to respecting human and labour rights, protecting the environment and combating corruption in all its forms.
At Alsa, we’ve implemented an organisational culture based on normative compliance in every department, ensuring that the controls linked to the different departments are effective and reinforcing our Criminal Compliance Management System.
The Criminal Compliance Management System at Alsa focuses on the following areas:
Our Ethical Code, which sets out the principles, values and conduct governing the company and required from all members of it, is presented below.
Our Compliance Policy, which describes the objectives and principles underpinning Alsa’s Criminal Compliance Management System and the roles and responsibilities involved, is also presented here.
Alsa has a Compliance Committee, which is a collegial body tasked with ensuring the correct functioning of the Criminal Compliance Management System and is made up of executive staff with expertise in this area.
We at ALSA strive constantly towards excellence in all we do. Advancing along the road to excellence means keeping our commitments to all stakeholders in our business activity.
The principles behind our sustainability policy are :