SCHREDER - Sustainability Report 2023

National level At national and local level, most of the companies within the Group are also members of one or more associations.

External Memberships and Recognitions Group level

SBTi - The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) is a corporate climate action organisation that enables companies and financial institutions worldwide to play their part in combating the climate crisis.

 Responsible Business Alliance standard - the Schréder Group has adopted the Responsible Business Alliance Code of Conduct as its standard on Human Rights  International Commission on Illumination (CIE) - International authority on light, illumination, colour and colour spaces  LUCI association (Light Urban Community International) - International network of cities on urban lighting The Shift - Belgian sustainability network IBE-BIV (Institut Belge de l’Éclairage) - focusing on all scientific or technical activities related to natural and artificial lighting Zhaga - Global consortium of companies from the international lighting industry DALI Alliance - Global industry organisation for DALI (Digital Illumination Interface Alliance) lighting control standards uCIFI - IoT alliance composed of leading companies, cities and utilities committed to the development, the promotion and certification of the uCIFI ® open unified data model for all smart city devices and the uCIFI ® mesh implementation. TALQ Consortium - Global consortium of companies that defined a globally accepted interface standard for smart city device networks Transparency international - International non-profit organisation which aims to end the injustice of corruption.


We have seven factories of different sizes all around the world that have obtained the following ISO certifications for their management systems.

In 2022, Schréder also obtained ISO/IEC 27001/2013 certification for its Schréder EXEDRA platform. This is a widely used, internationally recognised standard for establishing an Information Security Management System (ISMS), which helps to embed and further mature our security controls through risk management, moving towards continuous improvement, ultimately leading to improved service delivery and customer satisfaction, and managing compliance with various legal and regulatory requirements (e.g. GDPR, NIS). It is also a risk-based approach to information security, allowing Schréder to focus on relevant threats and key information assets. The ISO/IEC 27001/2013 certification was renewed in 2023.

Quality Management System: all sites ISO 9001

Environmental Management System: all sites, except South Africa ISO 14001

Energy Management System: Spain, Hungary, China and Ukraine. The certification in Portugal is ongoing, expected for 2025. ISO 50001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System: Spain, Hungary, China, Australia and Ukraine. The certification in Portugal is ongoing. ISO 45001 Environmental management: Spain Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) certification


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