Ethical code

Studio tau

Studio tau has defined the following ethical code, establishing principles and rules to drive our company policy.


Moral integrity is the base of trust in relationships with the customer; basing on this we are committed to:
– respecting laws
– operating with honesty, diligence and sense of responsibility
– rejecting illegal or immoral requests.


We are convinced it is important to perform in all situations in a way adequate to customer expectations and aligned with the highest market standards; accordingly we are committed to
– undertake only activities where we have the competence and the knowledge needed to achieve the result
– regularly update our competence and knowledge
– continuously improve the quality of our services.


After being appointed for an activity and in relation with it, we may access confidential information, whose improper use can cause consequences even of a large entity; for this reason we are committed to:
– manage with care information and documents we are given or which we can access in the frame of the relationship with the customer
– use in a cautious way all information, avoiding that their improper disclosure may cause a damage to the customer or to other involved parties
– do not use information to get personal advantages.


In all cases where an assessment is needed, this must be driven by the professional objectivity; to this scope we are committed to:
– formulate our judgement in an open and attentive way, explaining to interested parties the rationale base and the knowledge on which they are based
– avoid that a conflict of interest (even potential) may in any way undermine the independence of the judgement.


Sustainability of the solutions we propose in the frame of our activity is an essential point to:
– help the customer to develop its activities in a correct and ethic way
– maintain an adequate professional dignity.
To achieve these results we are committed to formulate solutions excluding:
1. any form of child or forced labour
2. any situation which can:
– discriminate or anyway offend workers’ personal dignity
– violate the freedom of association or the right for collective bargaining
– characterized by excessive working hours or remuneration conditions not sufficient to meet bais needs of the workers
3. processes and operating procedures which may determine not safe and/or unhealthy working conditions
4. processes and operating procedures which may determine damages to the environment.