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For many years, Chiesi France is involved in humanitarian actions, through the Tulipe association which brings together the donations of health companies to urgently meet the needs of distressed populations during acute health crises, natural disasters and conflicts.

Chiesi France is also committed to limit its negative impact on the environment through concrete and proactive actions. In particular, this involves the desire to have an eco-responsible industrial site taking into account a maximum of environmental elements (reprocessing of waste waters, optimized energy consumption, enhanced thermal insulation ...).

Another concrete example, in the context of our fleet management, from September 2015 all new vehicles ordered will emerge less than 120 grams of CO2 per kilometre.

In addition, as a company member of the LEEM*, Chiesi SAS is fully committed to the corporate responsibility initiative led by pharmaceutical companies.

Since 2005, the LEEM has implemented a sectoral approach of shared corporate responsibility to appropriate corporate responsibility issues for which pharmaceutical companies are solicited:

  • Ethics and transparency toward the company stakeholders
  • Dialog with stakeholders
  • Contribution to the product proper use and safety
  • Management of the environmental impact
  • Social performance (employability, training ...)
  • Access to care and medications

Each year, the LEEM posts online its Report of Corporate responsibility, this document states ten concrete commitments in terms of ethics and transparency, social, corporate and  environmental performance. This document is available via the hyperlink:

responsabilite societale des entreprises du medicament

The 10 commitments of the LEEM are the following:
  • Provide a governance of the CSR approach
  • Deepen the relationships between Pharmaceutical Companies and the Society
  • Promote an ethical and transparent approach in line with the society expectations
  • Encourage a diversity policy
  • Anticipate the skill needs of tomorrow
  • Make a daily challenge of occupational health
  • Increase vigilance around medicinal product quality
  • Strengthen the industry commitment to human development
  • Chart a roadmap for the entire profession
  • Strengthen the consideration of environmental impacts


*The LEEM is the partner of public authorities, national and European health authorities, health professionals and patient associations.